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Spring 2023, Volume 32, Number 1

Impact Report, 2020-21

Outdoor learning for the campus’s youngest citizens

Much like the campus’s makerspace, a new Nature Space at Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Robert and Maureen Dunham Children’s Learning Center is providing young, active minds and bodies an opportunity to explore and learn.

Fall 2021, Volume 30, Number 2

Filming yourself

Fall 2021, Volume 30, Number 2

Launching a legacy

After 23 years as president, Gilmour announces retirement

Fall 2020, Volume 29, Number 2

Cruising the world

Diesel technology graduate keeps expedition yacht's motors running during global adventure

Fall 2020, Volume 29, Number 2

Baseball, softball teams to have new homes in 2023

The Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce is constructing a synthetic turf field complex adjacent to main campus, featuring six youth baseball/softball fields and a collegiate baseball field.

Fall 2020, Volume 29, Number 2

Work-life balance is beautiful in Alaska

When 2010 building automation technology grad Brian S. Watkins is working, he oversees Honeywell’s Alaska branch, coordinating the systems that control comfort, efficiency and security of buildings throughout the Last Frontier. Off the clock, he treks the state’s vast outdoors, recording his adventures for popular hunting magazines.

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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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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

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