A community celebration honoring Flag Day brought many to Penn College's campus Friday evening. Formally known as the Anthony DiSalvo Flags Across America tribute, the ceremony began at the base of the large American flag at the college's entrance, but due to unsettled weather, the gathering moved to the Field House. The shift did not dim enthusiasm, as participants eagerly engaged in the annual honoring of "Old Glory."
Community gathers at college to honor 'Old Glory' Published 06.17.2024 Photos by Alexandra Butler, photographer/photo editor News Campus Events Community Community Involvement Home Page contents A community celebration honoring Flag Day brought many to Penn College's campus Friday evening. Formally known as the Anthony DiSalvo Flags Across America tribute, the ceremony began at the base of the large American flag at the college's entrance, but due to unsettled weather, the gathering moved to the Field …

Pennsylvania College of Technology has appointed Kate Hummel as senior director of campus life and the residential experience. She began her duties on June 10. “Kate’s experience and expertise is second-to-none in the field of student affairs; her arrival will enable us to move student life forward in innovative and exciting ways,” said Jennifer McLean, dean of students.
Senior director of campus life, residential experience named Published 06.14.2024 News Announcements Residence Life Faculty & Staff Student Life Students Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology has appointed Kate Hummel as senior director of campus life and the residential experience. She began her duties on June 10. Hummel, who has extensive administrative, teaching and advising experience, comes to Penn College from Lycoming College, where she was associate dean of students. She was …

Montoursville Area High School student Mason Morrow won first place – and the grand prize of a $10,000 scholarship to Pennsylvania College of Technology – in the 2023-24 Dream-Learn-Pitch competition. Dream-Learn-Pitch, administered by nonprofit Brighter Financial Futures/Pennsylvania Council on Financial Literacy, provides high school and middle school students with an opportunity to innovate and gain exposure to the world of entrepreneurship and small business.
Montoursville student wins Dream-Learn-Pitch grand prize Published 06.14.2024 News Accounting & Business Administration School of Business, Arts & Sciences News External Scholarships Faculty & Staff Home Page contents Montoursville Area High School student Mason Morrow won first place – and the grand prize of a $10,000 scholarship to Pennsylvania College of Technology – in the 2023-24 Dream-Learn-Pitch competition. Dream-Learn-Pitch, administered by nonprofit Brighter Financial Futures/Pennsylvania Council …

Pennsylvania College of Technology teams had multiple highlights during their 10th season as members of the United East Conference and seventh season as full-fledged members of the NCAA. The Wildcats are on the map! "The 2023-24 year is hands-down the most successful year in school history in the NCAA era," Scott Kennell, director of athletics, said.
Paws up, hands down: Wildcats celebrate remarkable season Published 06.14.2024 News Athletics Wildcat Athletics Students Faculty & Staff Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology teams had multiple highlights during their 10th season as members of the United East Conference and seventh season as full-fledged members of the NCAA. The Wildcats are on the map! Included were: Golf — United East Champion, UE Golfer of the Year, UE Coach of the Year, two UE all-conference first team, three UE …

Throughout the week, Penn College has hosted welding championships conducted by Project MFG, a skilled trades advocacy group. On Thursday, WNEP-TV’s Mackenzie Aucker covered the second of two competitions: the National Welding League Championship, featuring the top 18 high school and trade school welders from throughout the country. Her story includes an interview with Bradley M. Webb, dean of engineering technologies.
WNEP-TV highlights welding championship at Penn College Published 06.14.2024 Photos by Tom Speicher, writer/video producer News Welding & Metal Fabrication Engineering Technologies Faculty & Staff Home Page contents WNEP-TV’s Mackenzie Auker visits Penn College's welding lab and gets close to the National Welding League Championship action as she captures a competitor in the final stages of the project. The 18 students had to assemble and weld a model Space Shuttle. Throughout the week, Penn College has …

Pennsylvania College of Technology held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday for two projects funded, in part, by a $2 million U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration grant: construction of an 1,800-square-foot Clean Energy House and renovations at the Carl Building Technologies Center on main campus.
Groundbreaking celebrates workforce-boosting initiatives Published 06.13.2024 Photos by Alexandra Butler, photographer/photo editor News Clean Energy Clean Energy Center News Construction & Architecture Engineering Technologies Campus Events Workforce Development Alumni News Faculty & Staff Building Construction Home Page contents Participating in a groundbreaking ceremony for construction of the Clean Energy House training facility at Pennsylvania College of Technology (and renovations to the Carl …

Once again, Pennsylvania College of Technology will be the site of the Anthony DiSalvo Flags Across America celebration, a tribute to the American flag on Friday, June 14. Participants will line up at 6:30 p.m. for a short march on the college grounds that begins at 6:45 p.m. A program will begin at 7 p.m. in the parking lot of the Davie Jane Gilmour Center, next to the 60-by-30-foot “Old Glory” that adorns Penn College's entrance.
Flag Day celebration set for Friday evening at Penn College Published 06.13.2024 News Community Events Home Page contents Once again, Pennsylvania College of Technology will be the site of the Anthony DiSalvo Flags Across America celebration, a tribute to the American flag on Friday, June 14. According to a Williamsport Sun-Gazette article , participants will line up at 6:30 p.m. for a short march on the college grounds that begins at 6:45 p.m. The annual Flag Day ceremony will begin at 7 p.m. in the …

Penn College’s surgical technology program hosted about 30 professionals on campus Saturday to provide four hours of continuing education. The annual continuing education event is devised to show appreciation to the dedicated professionals who act as preceptors to Penn College surgical technology students at their clinical sites. Attendees, many of them Penn College alumni, included certified surgical technologists and certified surgical first assistants.
Surgical technology program hosts continuing ed event Published 06.12.2024 Photos by Jennifer Cline, writer/magazine editor News Surgical Technology Nursing & Health Sciences Campus Events Home Page contents In Penn's Inn, Dr. Natasha Alligood talks about innovations in robotic surgery. Penn College’s surgical technology program hosted about 30 professionals on campus Saturday to provide four hours of continuing education. The annual continuing education event is devised to show appreciation to the …

An emergency management and homeland security instructor at Pennsylvania College of Technology delivered the keynote address at the Pennsylvania Association of Intermediate Units’ School Safety and Security Coordinators Seminar, held recently at The Penn Stater Hotel & Conference Center in State College. “School safety is a passion of mine,” said William A. Schlosser.
Emergency management instructor delivers keynote address Published 06.11.2024 News Emergency Management & Homeland Security Faculty & Staff Community Community Involvement Home Page contents An emergency management and homeland security instructor at Pennsylvania College of Technology delivered the keynote address at the Pennsylvania Association of Intermediate Units’ School Safety and Security Coordinators Seminar, held recently at The Penn Stater Hotel & Conference Center in State College. “School safety …

Word has been received of the June 6 death of John J. Cahir, a director emeritus of Pennsylvania College of Technology's Board of Directors. Cahir served on the board from 1993-2016, retiring as vice chair. Cahir worked at Penn State from 1965-2001, first as a meteorology faculty member and subsequently serving in a variety of administrative roles. He retired from Penn State as vice provost and dean for undergraduate education.
Penn College board director emeritus dies Published 06.11.2024 News Announcements Home Page contents Word has been received of the June 6 death of John J. Cahir, a director emeritus of Pennsylvania College of Technology's Board of Directors. Cahir served on the board from 1993-2016, retiring as vice chair. Cahir worked at Penn State from 1965-2001, first as a meteorology faculty member and subsequently serving in a variety of administrative roles. He retired from Penn State as vice provost and dean for …