KEYSTONE News and Events
The Keystone College Criminal Justice Department will offer a new course beginning in January designed to promote an ongoing dialogue between students and members of the law enforcement community.
Keystone College will resume on-campus classes on Monday, August 24, 2020. This date presumes there will be no additional changes or restrictions by federal, state, or local governments. Because of continuing concerns regarding COVID-19, there will be changes to the usual academic calendar.
President Tracy L. Brudgage, Ph.D, sent a message to the Keystone College community on the death of George Floyd and subsequent protests.
La Plume — Keystone College celebrated its 149th commencement during a virtual ceremony on Saturday, May 23. Originally scheduled to be held at the Pavilion at Montage Mountain, degrees were conferred upon 250 students. Keystone President Tracy L. Brundage, Ph.D., offered remarks to the Class of 2020 and outstanding graduate Daphne A. Leenas, Ringwood, N.J., addressed her classmates.
Keystone College President Tracy L. Brundage, Ph.D. announced that Jeffrey M. Brauer, professor of political science, has been named the 2020 recipient of the Margaretta Belin Chamberlin Chair Award for Distinguished Faculty Service.
Keystone College student Daphne Leenas is the recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Award for her exceptional achievements.
Congratulations to the Keystone College students who were recognized with awards for their achievements.
The Keystone College Cheerleading team garnered a second place finish during the recent Reach the Beach Rec and School Nationals in Ocean City, Md.
KC In the News
Jo-Ann Kamichitis, Director of the Keystone College Thomas G. Cupillari ’60 Astronomical Observatory, was interviewed by WBRE/WYOU on astronomical events in July. Watch the interview
Assistant Professor Dana Harris, Ph.D., was extensively quoted in a Scranton Times-Tribune column by Chris Kelly. Read more
Professor Jeff Brauer was quoted in a Washington Examiner article about the importance of the senior citizen vote in the 2020 election Read more
Associate Professor Stacey Wyland had an op-ed published in The Scranton Times-Tribune about remodeling police training. Read more
Keystone College professor Jeff Brauer was quoted in a Washington Examiner article regarding the Pennsylvania primary election and mail-in voting. Read More