A fest of all possible worlds
– Photos by Alexis M. Burrell, student photographer;
and Stefanie M. Shipe, coordinator of K-12 outreach
Exploring the DNA-rich goodness of a strawberry
Lauryn A. Stauffer, an automation engineering technology: robotics & automation student from Bath, helps a child build a helicopter (and elicits pure wonderment along the way).
A starstruck child meets the Penn College mascot.
Charting a path for a robot to follow
We have liftoff!
A portable primer on waste management
Busy interaction at the 4-H Club table
This pair learns a powerful lesson, courtesy of the Penn College electrical department.
Virtual reality in the real world
Children simulate the devastating effects of an earthquake by erecting structures, then shaking the platform beneath their building-block creations.
Lessons from the backyard: native birds and plants
Kayleann Finan, a physical therapist assistant student from Watsontown, checks a youngster's reflexes.
At the physician assistant studies table, Ryan Y. Park, of Newcastle, Wash., puts a camera into a child's ear, allowing her to assess the view on a handheld screen. Partially visible in the background is PA classmate Phillip J. Silvagni, of Williamsport.
Looking to the skies, 2021 industrial design alumnus Ryan A. Kunst exudes confidence and vision while volunteering with the Society of Inventors and Mad Scientists.
State Rep. Jamie L. Flick, a 1981 alum who represents the 83rd District, enjoys a courtside meet-up with the Wildcat. The first-term Republican graduated from Williamsport Area Community College in 1981 with a degree in computer information systems.
Stephanie Phillips-Taggart, a frequent visitor to campus, engages visitors to the Keystone Wood Products Association booth.
A functioning traffic light helps draw youngsters to the electrical booth, where Tucker B. Lewis – a building automation engineering technology student from Asbury, N.J., proves an accommodating guide.
See you next time!
Young members of the Penn College community get a hands-on feel for some of the remedial tools used by physical therapist assistants.