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Spring 2021, Volume 30, Number 1
On the field, first baseman Tyler S. Rudolph is speedy for his size, but he is quicker behind the wheel of his rear-engine dragster.
There are many misperceptions about what science, technology, engineering and math careers are. At Penn College, they’re part of a century-old foundation.
An experiment launched in 2016 to model a math course on the lecture-lab template of other Penn College courses is multiplying student success.
Extraordinary curiosity led Fletcher Ewing, ’98, from childhood Soap Box Derbies to an innovation-filled career. His latest role is senior mechanical engineer for X, developing robots with the humanlike capacity to learn.
A gift from a grateful Larry A. Ward, ’66, has transformed one of the oldest labs on campus, leading the college’s manufacturing majors into the next generation.
Having weathered many challenges herself, Geisinger Life Flight’s Stephanie Suzadail, ’14, loves to provide calm in the center of the storm.
Want a new way to satisfy that chocolate craving? Le Jeune Chef Restaurant’s pastry chef, Lynn Sisino, and part-time baker, Patrick Hufnagle (a baking and pastry arts/applied management student) share the recipe for this much-craved Le Jeune Chef specialty.
After being out of high school for more than 10 years, Michael Cargile decided it was time for a change.
Stephanie Suzadail, ’14, cares for patients in the confines of a helicopter, but she hopes to make an impact that can’t be contained.
This spring, the Center for Career Design opened in the Roger & Peggy Madigan Library to serve students, alumni and industry partners on “all things career.”
Opened in 2006, the library marks its 15th birthday this summer.
About 80 students from a wide range of majors crafted ceramic masks for “Regarding the Mask …,” a display surrounding The Victorian House in October. Ceramics students taught by David A. and Deborah L. Stabley were offered the project as a mode of creative expression related to the face coverings being worn due to the pandemic. “My idea stems from the physical masks we’re all wearing and our inability to communicate the way we used to,” David Stabley said.
Penn College’s Herman T. Schneebeli Earth Science Center, just off Route 15 about 10 miles south of the college’s main campus, is home to a nearly hidden instructional gem: a 2.5-acre pond that, over several semesters, has been the object of a crosscurricular effort to reverse the ravages of time, including an overgrowth of brush and other vegetation. The project has involved students and faculty from the heavy construction equipment, concrete science, building construction and horticulture majors, all working in conjunction with the college’s General Services department.
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The last in a semester-long series of virtual events, sponsored by Penn College’s Admissions Office and open to the ...
Penn College’s Advanced Manufacturing Pre-Apprenticeship program held a brief ceremony Monday morning, acknowledging the ...
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