Keystone College undergraduate students earn research awards


Keystone College students presented their best academic work during the Spring Undergraduate Research and Creativity Celebration on Wednesday, April 27 in the Theatre in Brooks. The forum featured more than 160 exhibits highlighting year-long faculty-mentored research projects, creative works, and senior capstone projects. The projects featured research in science, technology, art, business, communications, and education. Students winning awards, and their respective faculty members, from left, Professor Joseph Falcone, Ph.D.; Joel Skivington, Factoryville, Excellence in Research Award; Professor Jerry Skinner, Ph.D.; Kelsey Deneen, Lake Ariel, Keystone Innovation Award; Lori Ann Ryan, Assistant Instructor; Madison Schott, Forest City, Program Booklet Cover Art Award; and Gina Szymczyk, Olyphant, Excellence in Creativity Award.

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