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Keystone College student Brittany Cardona received the 2014 Keystone Innovation Award at the College’s recent Spring Undergraduate Research and Creativity Celebration. Ms. Cardona, a senior from Honesdale, Pa., received the award for her project, “Educational Tools Through Graphic Design.” Ms. Cardona combined her desire to pursue a professional career as an educator and graphic designer to create artistic educational materials for classroom use.

The Keystone Innovation Award is presented to a student who participates in the Spring Undergraduate Research and Creativity Celebration and whose project offers an innovative approach to a research problem.

From left: Guest speaker Jonathan Davis ’80, retired principal and senior vice president of mechanical engineering at Metropolitan Engineering, Washington, D.C.; Ms. Cardona; Vicki Stanavitch, Keystone assistant professor and faculty coordinator for undergraduate research; and Dr. David L. Coppola, Keystone College president.