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Clinical preceptors give back to the physician assistant profession, mentoring those who would follow in their footsteps.
Four students take hands-on learning to a new realm, painstakingly restoring a classic car for the Antique Automobile Club of America Museum.
Paul Starkey, vice president for academic affairs/provost, speaks of challenges and opportunities in preparing students for life and the world of work.
A collection of images illuminate the most ambitious building program in Penn College history – construction/renovation projects benefiting students and brightening the campus.
Alumnus Michael Reeder, a wildlife conservation officer for the state Game Commission, helps to safeguard Pennsylvania's animals and critical habitat.
Strong-willed heart-transplant recipient John Greenwood, an alumnus and former cross-country team captain, finds support on the road to recovery.
- Alumnus, Director Honored by Chamber
- Visiting Chef Dinner Features Alumni Chefs
- Fall Athletics End Season With 47-22 Record
- Alumnus Completes Service With AmeriCorps
- Garrett Book, Featured Student Annual Report 2009-10
- Bradley Stroup, Featured Student Annual Report 2009-10
- Jordan Pennypacker, Featured Student Annual Report 2009-10
- 2009-10 Sports Wrap-Up
- Mini Baja Video
- Students Generate Smiles in Latin America
- Penn College Offers Three New Degrees
- Penn College Degree Leads to Visible Success 'Down the Road'
- Walking the Walk for Stronger Kids
"My Last Words"
The David London My Last Words lecture series asks faculty members to address students...
Commuter Lounge Opens
The Commuter Lounge, located in the Bush Campus Center, provides a comfortable site where students can go before, between or after classes to socialize, study or rest. The lounge offers study tables, comfortable furniture, computer and Internet access, and an information center.
Kyle G. Mason, electronics and computer engineering technology, and Stephanie D’Avella, applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration, were crowned king and queen for Homecoming 2010...
Were You There? The Evolution of a College Campus
This 100+ page book takes viewers on a journey through the institution's rich history, from the inception of adult classes at the Williamsport High School in 1914, through its evolution into Williamsport Technical Institute, Williamsport Area Community College, and present-day Penn College.
Net proceeds from the sale of Were You There? The Evolution of A College Campus will become permanently restricted funds that will be invested to create income used for annual scholarship awards from the Penn College Endowed Alumni Scholarship.
Kaleidoscope – The Alumni Exhibit
The Gallery at Penn College will showcase the many artistic facets of the alumni community! This juried exhibit is open to all alumni of Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport Area Community College and Williamsport Technical Institute.
Original works of art in all media are eligible, and cash prizes will be awarded. Details and entry information may be found on The Gallery's website. Submit your creative work for the first alumni art show!
Corporate Partnerships help Penn College students succeed
On the cover: Completed for the Stage X Building Program, Dauphin Hall is home to 250 students and part of the larger Rose Street Commons complex of residence halls and shared spaces. Stage X also featured work at the Avco-Lycoming Metal Trades Center, the Parkes Automotive Technology Center, and the Children’s Learning Center/Early Childhood Education Department and the science labs in the Hager Lifelong Education Center. See more Stage X photos.