"Getting a Degree Using the Internet," a free seminar on distance-learning options available through Pennsylvania College of Technology, will be offered Tuesday, Dec. 3, at the College's North Campus near Wellsboro. The presenter for the 7-to-9-p.m. program will be Jennifer McLean, director of instructional technology and distance learning at Penn College.
North Campus to Offer Free Seminar on Distance Learning Published 11.11.2002 News Home Page contents "Getting a Degree Using the Internet," a free seminar on distance-learning options available through Pennsylvania College of Technology, will be offered Tuesday, Dec. 3, at the College's North Campus near Wellsboro. The presenter for the 7-to-9-p.m. program will be Jennifer McLean, director of instructional technology and distance learning at Penn College. Topics to be addressed include: what's involved in …

The history of the Aviation program at Pennsylvania College of Technology and its two predecessor institutions will be the topic of a Nov. 20 multimedia presentation at the Penn College Library. In the noon-to-1-p.m. presentation, Thomas D.
History of Penn College Aviation Majors to Be Explored Published 11.08.2002 News Home Page contents The history of the Aviation program at Pennsylvania College of Technology and its two predecessor institutions will be the topic of a Nov. 20 multimedia presentation at the Penn College Library. In the noon-to-1-p.m. presentation, Thomas D. Inman, assistant professor of avionics, will discuss the evolution of the aviation program from its inception at the Williamsport Technical Institute, through its years …

A $500,000 grant to purchase instructional equipment at Pennsylvania College of Technology was hand-delivered Thursday by state Rep. Brett O. Feese (R-Muncy), who termed it "an excellent example of a cost-effective investment in the future workforce of the Commonwealth." "It is investments like this one . . .
Rep. Brett O. Feese Presents $500,000 State Grant to Penn College Published 11.07.2002 News Home Page contents A $500,000 grant to purchase instructional equipment at Pennsylvania College of Technology was hand-delivered Thursday by state Rep. Brett O. Feese (R-Muncy), who termed it "an excellent example of a cost-effective investment in the future workforce of the Commonwealth." "It is investments like this one . . . that will give us the tools we need to compete in the 'New Economy' and keep education …

Pennsylvania College of Technology men's basketball coach Gene Bruno has one goal for his team this season: stay competitive. With no returning starters, after back-to-back seasons in which his squad reached the Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference playoffs, Bruno knows his team has its work cut out. "We're going to be young and inexperienced.
Penn College Men's Basketball Team Rebuilding Published 11.04.2002 News Athletics Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology men's basketball coach Gene Bruno has one goal for his team this season: stay competitive. With no returning starters, after back-to-back seasons in which his squad reached the Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference playoffs, Bruno knows his team has its work cut out. "We're going to be young and inexperienced. Some of the players didn't play a lot in high school, and …

Pennsylvania College of Technology women's basketball coach Jeff Chamberlin has mixed feelings heading into his team's season opener Friday night. On one hand, he has 15 players on his roster, a true luxury considering that many recent Lady Wildcat teams have had fewer than 10.
Penn College Women Set for Basketball Season Opener Published 10.31.2002 News Athletics Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology women's basketball coach Jeff Chamberlin has mixed feelings heading into his team's season opener Friday night. On one hand, he has 15 players on his roster, a true luxury considering that many recent Lady Wildcat teams have had fewer than 10. But on the other hand, 11 of his players are freshmen and it's going to take some game experience on the collegiate level to …

Parents struggling to strike the ideal balance between play and structured activities for their children will want to watch November's episode of the "Penn College & You," which helps dispel common misconceptions and illustrates the vital role of play in the learning and development processes.
November's 'Penn College & You' Explores 'Children & Play' Published 10.31.2002 News Home Page contents Parents struggling to strike the ideal balance between play and structured activities for their children will want to watch November's episode of the "Penn College & You," which helps dispel common misconceptions and illustrates the vital role of play in the learning and development processes. "Play is when children consolidate their learning when they set their own plans and their own goals and carry …

Students in a half-dozen academic majors at Pennsylvania College of Technology, a special-mission affiliate of The Pennsylvania State University, will receive valuable training with a cutting-edge grade-control system that relies on Global Positioning System technology to move earth. Thanks to contributions of equipment and expertise from Keystone Precision Instruments, Allan A. Myers Inc.
High-Tech GPS Grade-Control System Donated to Penn College Published 10.30.2002 News Home Page contents Students in a half-dozen academic majors at Pennsylvania College of Technology, a special-mission affiliate of The Pennsylvania State University, will receive valuable training with a cutting-edge grade-control system that relies on Global Positioning System technology to move earth. Thanks to contributions of equipment and expertise from Keystone Precision Instruments, Allan A. Myers Inc. (a company of …

After cruising through the regular season portion of its Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference schedule, Pennsylvania College of Technology women's soccer coach Dan Hibbs knew his team would need to keep its focus in Saturday's championship game against Manor College.
Lady Wildcats Claim Second Consecutive State Soccer Title Published 10.27.2002 News Athletics Home Page contents After cruising through the regular season portion of its Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference schedule, Pennsylvania College of Technology women's soccer coach Dan Hibbs knew his team would need to keep its focus in Saturday's championship game against Manor College. "It's hard to beat a team three times in a row, and that's what we had to do," Hibbs said, recalling his Lady Wildcats' …

Students attending classes in a former manufacturing facility being renovated for instructional use at Pennsylvania College of Technology will enjoy the benefit of state-of-the-art, computer-controlled projection equipment, thanks to a $100,000 state grant, Sen. Roger A. Madigan announced.
College Gets $100K Grant to Equip Large-Group-Instruction Areas Published 10.25.2002 News Home Page contents Students attending classes in a former manufacturing facility being renovated for instructional use at Pennsylvania College of Technology will enjoy the benefit of state-of-the-art, computer-controlled projection equipment, thanks to a $100,000 state grant, Sen. Roger A. Madigan announced. The bulk of the Community Revitalization Program Funding awarded to Penn College by the state Department of …

The Physician Assistant program at Pennsylvania College of Technology has maintained its accreditation from the organization that sets standards and ensures compliance for physician-assistant training programs nationwide.
Physician Assistant Program Maintains Full Accreditation Published 10.25.2002 News Home Page contents The Physician Assistant program at Pennsylvania College of Technology has maintained its accreditation from the organization that sets standards and ensures compliance for physician-assistant training programs nationwide. The Accreditation Review Committee on Education for the Physician Assistant first issued provisional accreditation to the Penn College program in 1996, with subsequent accreditations …