Junior Chefs Conquer Kitchen as ‘Future Restaurateurs Camp’ Debuts

June 19, 2015

A new addition to Penn College’s hands-on summer lineup, this week’s Future Restaurateurs Career Camp gave high school students a two-day taste of the restaurant life. more»

Diagnosis: Future – Campers Examine Potential Health Careers

June 18, 2015

Penn College’s School of Health Sciences was the destination for 30 high schoolers attending Health Careers Camp, a joint, two-day program of the college and Susquehanna Health. The camp offers students a chance to explore careers in the health care field. more»

Imagination, Real-World Possibilities Merge at Digital Future Camp

June 18, 2015

Forty high school students from across Pennsylvania explored potential careers in Penn College’s fourth annual “Designing a Digital Future Camp” on Tuesday and Wednesday. more»

Community Flag March Offers Renewed Tribute to ‘Old Glory’

June 14, 2015

Despite an abbreviated program and attendance thinned by rain, Williamsport’s 32nd annual God, Country and Community Flag March was held as planned Sunday night. The parade formed several blocks away at Nichols Place, eventually traveling onto the Penn College campus and ending under the 30-by-60-foot American flag outside the Student & Administrative Services Center. There, […]

Recent High School Graduate’s Artwork Featured in Gallery Lobby

June 12, 2015

Fine art by Danny Smith, a 2015 graduate of Williamsport Area High School, is on display in the lobby of The Gallery at Penn College through June 26. Smith received an Artistic Excellence Award from the gallery. more»

House Appropriations Committee Convenes in Madigan Library

June 12, 2015

Penn College hosted a roundtable meeting of the state House Appropriations Committee on Thursday, providing a forum for local business leaders to informally talk about Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed budget proposal, workforce development, Marcellus Shale and other topics of mutual interest. more»

Barbour to Visit With Area Nittany Lion Club on June 24

June 9, 2015

Penn State Director of Athletics Sandy Barbour is scheduled to speak at the Williamsport Area Nittany Lion Booster Club’s monthly meeting, set for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 24, at The Genetti Hotel in Williamsport. more»

Thermoforming Center of Excellence Again Hosts National Audience

June 3, 2015

Plastics employees from five states were schooled by industry experts and campus professionals when the Plastics Innovation & Resource Center at Pennsylvania College of Technology held its sixth annual Heavy-Gauge/Cut-Sheet Thermoforming workshop in May. more»

Noble Works Express Devotion to Humanity

June 1, 2015

“Though much is taken, much abides …,” an exhibit of bronze sculptures and drawings by Ed Smith, a professor of art at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York, opened Thursday in The Gallery at Penn College. more»

Plastics Professionals Converge on Penn College Campus

May 27, 2015

The renowned Plastics Innovation & Resource Center at Pennsylvania College of Technology extended its expertise to plastics professionals throughout the country by hosting the seventh annual Hands-On Rotational Molding & Advanced Materials Workshop earlier this month. more»

Mythic Sculptures, Drawings Exhibited at Penn College

May 26, 2015

A world-renowned sculptor and artist will exhibit his bronze sculptures and drawings in “Though much is taken, much abides …,” running May 28 through June 26 at The Gallery at Penn College. more»

Impressive Projects Funded at Youth Leadership Graduation

May 20, 2015

Pennsylvania College of Technology hosted a ceremony May 7 for graduates of its annual Youth Leadership Program, announcing winners of the program’s Social Change Competition. more»

Registration Deadline June 5 for Summer Camps at Penn College

May 19, 2015

Pennsylvania College of Technology offers fun, interactive and hands-on summer camps that reflect the unique academic majors offered across campus. The registration deadline is June 5 for the camps, five of which are overnight and two that are day camps. more»

Institute Gives Faculty Head Start on Captivating Next Year’s Classes

May 19, 2015

About 60 people are attending the two-day Summer Teaching Institute, which opened Tuesday at the Schneebeli Earth Science Center near Allenwood. more»

‘Career Day’ Helps Middle-School Students Focus on Future

May 18, 2015

Faculty and several staff members across campus joined Penn College’s Outreach for K-12 staff in providing a day of career learning for just over 1,000 middle-schoolers from five area school districts. The event is designed to give participants a taste of a variety of career options, which in turn will help them to make informed […]

Alumni Couple Answers ‘I Do’ to ‘Who Loves Penn College?’

May 16, 2015

Graduation wasn’t the only milestone event at Penn College over the weekend. Alumni Whitnie-rae Mays, who holds a 2012 associate degree in advertising art and a 2014 bachelor’s in applied technology studies, and Timothy D. more»

More Than 900 Graduate in Spring Commencement Ceremonies

May 16, 2015

Pennsylvania College of Technology held three commencement ceremonies May 15-16 for more than 900 students who petitioned to graduate following the Spring 2015 semester. The Friday afternoon proceedings at the Community Arts Center honored students from the School of Business & Hospitality and the School of Construction & Design Technologies. The School of Industrial, Computing […]

Employee-Focused Centennial Event Returns in Year No. 101

May 8, 2015

An end-of-semester employee picnic, held for a second year due to its popularity during Penn College’s 2014 Centennial, was held in and around the Field House on Friday. more»

Students Explore Career Returns on Simulated Investments

May 6, 2015

Students from high schools and middle schools around Lycoming County convened on the Penn College campus Wednesday for the grand finale of EconomicsPennsylvania’s Stock Market Game. more»

Block Party Dons Beachwear to Signal Summer’s Imminent Arrival

May 5, 2015

The Wildcat Block Party, a Vine Avenue tradition as spring rounds the corner toward summer, adopted a fitting air of sand and sun on Friday. The festive atmosphere offered boardwalk food, giveaways and music, with such special attractions as a mechanical shark, a tropical obstacle course and a roller rink. Organized by a collaboration that […]

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