After meeting with Environmental Scientists from Mountain Research late Tuesday evening, Milton Area School District Administrators decided to delay the opening of the Milton Area Middle School two additional days based on the lack of air quality test results available. We’re currently plann…

WILLIAMSPORT -- The First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania (FCFP) is pleased to announce T-Ross Brothers Construction Inc. has established a scholarship fund that will be awarded to two graduating students from a five-county area.  This newly created scholarship is FCFP’s fir…

MUNCY -- Four local high school students were recognized Thursday night,  and awarded scholarships by the Muncy Lodge #299, Free and Accepted Masons.  The presentation took place at a dinner held at the Lodge Building on Brummer Pond Road before the Lodge’s regularly monthly meeting on April…

LOCK HAVEN  — In early March, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce hosted a critical forum, “Combating the Opioid Crisis: From Communities to the Capital,” in Washington, D. C. The forum featured speakers from the business community as well as state and federal government officials to highlight the …

WILLIAMSPORT -- The Community Arts Center is pleased to congratulate Pennsylvania College of Technology graphic design student Austin Fulton on his winning 25th Anniversary CAC Logo following a corporate pitch competition that was part of the fall curriculum under the guidance of Professor N…

A Science Festival, featuring fun, hands-on activities geared to elementary- and middle-school students and their families, is slated for Thursday, Feb 15, in the Pennsylvania College of Technology Field House. The event, scheduled for 5 to 8 p.m., is offered free to the community by Penn Co…

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Game Development Club recently hosted a virtual visit from Andrew Schneider, creator of “Nocked! True Tales of Robin Hood,” who was among the game designers that members met while attending last month’s Music and Gaming Festival in National Harbor, Maryla…

Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestlers wrapped up their regular season over the weekend while the men’s and women’s basketball teams, which close out their seasons with home games on Wednesday and Saturday, went a combined 0-6. Wrestling On Saturday at the Rochester Institute of Techno…

PCToday continues its regular feature – welcoming new full-time and regular part-time Pennsylvania College of Technology employees, as reported by the Human Resources Office. Rosalie M. Short, full-time Assistant Cook, Dining Services; starting  Feb. 9 Only new college hires and employees tr…

Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Pennsylvania College of Technology is offering training to people seeking employment in the natural gas and energy industry. In addition to learning industry employability skills and gaining three industry-recognized certifications, student…

Williams’ Atlantic Sunrise Project is providing a $10,000 grant to help Pennsylvania College of Technology launch a makerspace on its main campus. The company’s Atlantic Sunrise Community Grant Program is offering the unrestricted funding support for The Dr. Welch Workshop: A Makerspace at P…

The financial commitment to students by two donor groups – The 1914 Society and The Pillar Society – was recognized at a preshow reception in the Community Arts Center’s Capitol Lounge on Thursday evening. The 1914 Society recognizes individuals and families who annually make gifts of $1,000…

The Pennsylvania College of Technology Board of Directors on Thursday approved a new Strategic Plan for the college, as well as a proposal for a new Core Curriculum and Goals. There were no other action items; the board heard presentations about the makerspace being constructed for Fall 2018…

Two former students at Pennsylvania College of Technology manufactured a key element of a memorable prop featured in a prominent Super Bowl commercial. Steven D. Belin and Wayne B. Mitz, founders and owners of BelMit Development in York Springs, machined the billet aluminum gas tank shells o…

A well-received addition to the Wildcat Events Board’s lineup of campus happenings – a Blanket Fort Competition that transported students back to their childhood comfort zones – was held Friday evening in the Bush Campus Center. Brainstormed by WEB’s Special Events Team, which was searching …

Pennsylvania College of Technology hosted its second annual Alumni Basketball Reunion Weekend on Friday and Saturday, greeting members of past Wildcat teams – including William S. Collins, who played in the sport’s very earliest days on campus. Among activities organized by Alumni Relations …

An “Iron Chef” was among the culinarians who joined Pennsylvania College of Technology students to showcase the quality ingredients produced by Pennsylvania farms at the state Farm Show. The students volunteered the final days of their winter break at the event, where they worked with some o…

A Pennsylvania College of Technology faculty member will share insights and practical tips with recruiters and talent acquisition professionals at a national conference devoted to sourcing. Lisa Bock, assistant professor of computer information technology, will present “Finding Diamonds: How…

For those looking to sharpen their computer skills while learning something new, Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Pennsylvania College of Technology is offering several easy-to-comprehend computer courses. The Microsoft Office courses are taught by qualified instructors at…

Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s basketball and wrestling teams scored victories over the past week. Men’s Basketball In home North Eastern Athletic Conference action on Saturday, Penn College lost to Bryn Athyn College, 63-53. The Wildcats were outscored 37-18 in the second half. Be…

Three classes covering a variety of creative tools in the Adobe family of software applications will be offered in March by Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Pennsylvania College of Technology. The courses are taught by qualified instructors in a relaxed classroom environme…

Orlando, Florida, was fertile ground for Pennsylvania College of Technology this season: Students, alumni and faculty all returned in triumph from an international builders’ show held at the Orange County Convention Center. For starters, the college was presented with a $73,838 Homebuilding …

Cub Scout Pack 116 from Jersey Shore visited Penn College’s Carl Building Technologies Center on Wednesday evening, building birdhouses with the help of the Penn College Construction Association.  The association’s student members overwhelmingly responded to the community-service opportunity…

Tia G. La, a pre-physician assistant major from Guam, has been chosen as the December/January “Student of the Month” at Pennsylvania College of Technology. A former student photographer for Public Relations & Marketing and a Community Peer Educator with Student Affairs, she also voluntee…

A makerspace under development at Pennsylvania College of Technology will provide the environment – and essential tools – for students, faculty and staff to collaborate on innovative projects in a dynamic learning setting. The college expects to open its makerspace in the Carl Building Techn…

A press box was lifted into place at Penn College’s Athletic Field on Wednesday morning, another tangible symbol of the Wildcats’ full membership in Division III of the NCAA. The unit, manufactured in Michigan, was installed by Recreation Resource USA, a Kennett Square-based provider of play…

WILLIAMSPORT — A strengthened partnership with PA CareerLink® is on track to help Williamsport Area High School students to connect with employers (and vice versa) in an effort to more strongly capitalize on the opportunities — and post-secondary opportunities — afforded to WAHS students as …

A Pennsylvania College of Technology student has been awarded a $2,000 scholarship from a coalition of longtime industry benefactors. Nathan J. Lavallee, of Loganton, enrolled in heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology (and continuing toward a bachelor’s degree in building autom…

Davie Jane Gilmour, in her 20th year as president of Penn College, has been named one of the “Top 100 People” in Central Pennsylvania business and economic development. The list is published in the latest issue of Pennsylvania Business Central, a business newspaper published in State College.

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Dunham Children’s Learning Center hosted an information session Thursday for families whose children will enter kindergarten in August. Barbara J. Albert, director, and Linda S. Dellaquila, group leader, shared tips for making a smooth transition and prov…

PCToday continues its regular feature – welcoming new full-time and regular part-time Pennsylvania College of Technology employees, as reported by the Human Resources Office. Dana L. Mann, regular part-time Dining Services Worker I, effective Jan. 31 Only new college hires and employees tran…

The past week’s “Yell(ow) It Out” basketball games against Wells College gave the Penn College community an opportunity to watch its NCAA Division III Wildcats in action while engaging a discussion of suicide prevention. Faculty/staff and students at Wednesday’s doubleheader sported yellow r…

As the archery season got underway, the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team split in its two matches last week while its basketball teams fell in all four games. Archery Although it was the only collegiate team entered and wound up shooting against itself, Penn College archery …

Four representatives of a leading restaurant development, management and ownership company based in Washington, D.C., will be on campus Feb. 7-8 to talk with students in Penn College’s School of Business & Hospitality. The Star Restaurant Group will conduct seminars in several classes an…

Circle K, an outreach affiliate of Kiwanis International, was welcomed this week as the newest Penn College student organization and the latest Service Leadership Program to be sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Williamsport. Established with a goal of making “the world better, one project at …

​Employees’ canine buddies joined Student Affairs on Monday evening in welcoming students back to campus during a “Hot Dog, You’re Back!” event in the Field House. A fall tradition for nearly a decade, which was added to the spring calendar for the first time this year, the gathering provide…

With a new gift of more than $150,000, Chevron Appalachia funding for Pennsylvania College of Technology scholarships and outreach in energy and manufacturing has surpassed $550,000. Through its Workforce Development & Continuing Education office, Penn College recently was awarded fundin…

A memorial service is scheduled for Wesley S. Dodge, a former faculty member and college trustee, who died Wednesday, Jan. 17, at the age of 101. Dodge was a 12-year-member of the Williamsport Area Community College Board of Trustees and taught advertising and marketing at the Penn College p…

The Lycoming College Dean's List is issued at the close of each semester in recognition of superior scholarship. The following high-performing students were recognized for academic excellence for the Fall of 2017.

Students in four majors at Pennsylvania College of Technology will benefit from a recent donation by a prominent electrical engineering and automation company. Phoenix Contact delivered approximately $35,500 worth of programmable logic controller components to be integrated into the college’…

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