Keystone Funds OSU Scholarships

Stillwater, Okla. – Kelly Harris, P.E. and President of Keystone Engineering and Surveying, and Carey Harris, P.L.S. and Vice President of Keystone, have announced that Keystone is funding two annual scholarships at Oklahoma State University.

A $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to a student in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology at OSU-Stillwater. And a $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to a student in the Surveying Technology Program in the Science and Engineering Division at OSU-Oklahoma City. Keystone will fund the annual scholarships on an ongoing basis.

“Carey and I remain loyal OSU alums,” says Kelly Harris. “In recognition of everything the university has done for us, and its commitment to continued growth, we wanted to give something back. We’re especially eager to help engineering and surveying students and support the growth of our professions.”

The scholarships are intended to foster excellence and help deserving students finance their college careers. The Surveying Technology scholarship will be particularly helpful as OSU-OKC transitions from a two-year associate’s program to a four-year bachelor’s program in Surveying Technology.

“The surveying industry relies increasingly on GPS, LiDAR, and other advanced technologies,” says Carey Harris. “OSU-OKC is redesigning its program to meet growing demand for graduates with greater technical expertise. Our scholarship will help more students complete the program with the advanced skills needed to compete for top jobs .”

Applications for the scholarships are open to civil engineering and surveying students at OSU-Stillwater and OSU-OKC respectively. Students interested in learning more about the scholarships should contact their department offices. As scholarship recipients are named, Keystone will share news updates.