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Spring 2023, Volume 32, Number 1

Adventures in Learning

The return of global experience courses in 2021-22 yields lifetime memories – both professional and personal – for students.

Athletics celebrates enhancements

Support from Wildcat Club members allows investment in facilities that will impact generations of student-athletes.

Motorcycles & Mentorship

Welding & fabrication engineering technology grads Erin M. Beaver ’19 and Franchesca C. Ybarra ’22, both manufacturing engineers, focus on the production of 800 iconic Harley-Davidsons each day.

Finding Forgotten Foods

At Elwood, James Beard-nominated restaurateur Adam Diltz ’00 provides an education in Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine and Philadelphia food history.

Starting seeds indoors for the spring and summer vegetable garden

Get a jump-start on the growing season with tips from a homesteader.

Ignited, inspired, committed

“As president, I pledge to do everything in my power to sustain and enhance the level of excellence embodied on our campus,” vowed Michael J. Reed, Penn College’s eighth president, during his Wildcat Weekend inauguration.

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Browse issues from 2002 to present.

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Photographic Memory

Do you recall the who, what, when or why of this quintessential campus photo? The Penn College Archives would love your help! Please share anything you know about this photo by emailing or calling 570-327-5527.

In the last Photographic Memory

In the last Photographic Memory

In the Fall 2022 issue, we asked readers to identify students shown honing their machining skills. Glenn Pontius wrote in to let us know that he believes the student on the left, with his head down, is his classmate Tim L. Marquardt. “Tim and I were in the same class, and we both graduated in 1969,” Pontius said.

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Inside Front Cover

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May 2022 graduate Jesse L. White pauses for a photo after the Community Arts Center commencement ceremony with his grandmother – who was moved to tears by the moment. The Wildcat basketball player added a bachelor’s in business administration: management concentration to an earlier associate degree in business management.

Ceramics Studio Niche

Bush Campus Center, Room 159


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Plastics professionals benefit from Penn College workshop

Fifteen employees from six companies benefited from instructional material and hands-on reinforcement during the recent Plastic Materials & Processing Fundamentals workshop at Pennsylvania College of Technology.


Practical nursing information sessions set for Northern Tier

WELLSBORO – Penn College at Wellsboro’s Practical Nursing Program will host three information sessions for those interested in nursing as a career: June 1, June 22 and July 6. All sessions will be held at Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Wellsboro campus, 22 Walnut St., at 6:30 p.m. and be connected to the Potter County Education Council through Zoom.


High school students share $1,500 for community projects

Three student teams from Lycoming County – representing Jersey Shore, Montgomery and Montoursville area high schools – will share $1,500 to implement civic-minded projects they put forward during Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Youth Leadership Program.

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