A scholarship has been established that honors a previous director of the Physician Assistant program at Pennsylvania College of Technology. The Russell M. Trapp Memorial Scholarship will be offered annually beginning this fall to a full-time student in the Physician Assistant major in Penn College's School of Health Sciences.
Russell M. Trapp Memorial Scholarship Established Published 05.10.2001 News Home Page contents A scholarship has been established that honors a previous director of the Physician Assistant program at Pennsylvania College of Technology. The Russell M. Trapp Memorial Scholarship will be offered annually beginning this fall to a full-time student in the Physician Assistant major in Penn College's School of Health Sciences. The scholarship has been established in Trapp's name by friends, family and employees …

Pennsylvania College of Technology's North Campus will serve as a regional host site for the Pennsylvania Rural Development Council videoconference "Building and Maintaining Healthy Rural Communities" on Friday, May 18. The conference will be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon in the videoconferencing center at the North Campus, located on Route 6, east of Wellsboro.
North Campus to Host Conference on Healthy Rural Communities Published 05.09.2001 News Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology's North Campus will serve as a regional host site for the Pennsylvania Rural Development Council videoconference "Building and Maintaining Healthy Rural Communities" on Friday, May 18. The conference will be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon in the videoconferencing center at the North Campus, located on Route 6, east of Wellsboro. Light refreshments and sign-in begin at 9 …

To acquaint prospective students with the new Management Information Systems bachelor-degree major being offered this fall at Pennsylvania College of Technology, an informational session has been scheduled for Wednesday, May 16. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. in Room E256 of the Breuder Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center at Penn College.
Informational Meeting Scheduled for College's New MIS Major Published 05.08.2001 News Home Page contents To acquaint prospective students with the new Management Information Systems bachelor-degree major being offered this fall at Pennsylvania College of Technology, an informational session has been scheduled for Wednesday, May 16. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. in Room E256 of the Breuder Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center at Penn College. The MIS program, which will be offered for the …

PGA Tour veteran Jeff Gallagher will be the featured professional at the15th Annual Spring Golf Classic hosted by the Pennsylvania College of Technology Foundation on Monday, May 14, at the Williamsport Country Club. The annual fund-raising event for sponsors supports the Scholarship Aid Program for Penn College students, providing $134,500 in scholarships since 1990.
Veteran Pro Jeff Gallagher Featured at College's Spring Golf Classic Published 05.06.2001 News Events Home Page contents PGA Tour veteran Jeff Gallagher will be the featured professional at the15th Annual Spring Golf Classic hosted by the Pennsylvania College of Technology Foundation on Monday, May 14, at the Williamsport Country Club. The annual fund-raising event for sponsors supports the Scholarship Aid Program for Penn College students, providing $134,500 in scholarships since 1990. The Spring Golf …

Students in cabinetmaking classes at Pennsylvania College of Technology will display their "capstone" projects in an exhibit scheduled for May 8-19 at the College's 202 Gallery. "Working Wood: Cabinetmaking and Millwork at Penn College" will include a variety of projects designed and built by the students, including wall cabinets, dressers, tall clocks, blanket chests and desks.
Cabinetmaking Students to Exhibit Projects at 202 Gallery Published 05.04.2001 News Student News Home Page contents Students in cabinetmaking classes at Pennsylvania College of Technology will display their "capstone" projects in an exhibit scheduled for May 8-19 at the College's 202 Gallery. "Working Wood: Cabinetmaking and Millwork at Penn College" will include a variety of projects designed and built by the students, including wall cabinets, dressers, tall clocks, blanket chests and desks. Faculty …

(The following is an opinion piece by Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour, Pennsylvania College of Technology president, originally published Friday, April 27, 2001, in the Williamsport Sun-Gazette.) We care deeply about our students.
Commitment to Northern Tier Affirmed in Presidential Message Published 04.27.2001 News Home Page contents (The following is an opinion piece by Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour, Pennsylvania College of Technology president, originally published Friday, April 27, 2001, in the Williamsport Sun-Gazette.) We care deeply about our students. Because that is true, I feel it is appropriate to clarify our recent change in programming at the North Campus and to respond to what has been reported following our public …

A research paper written by a student in the Aviation Maintenance Technology bachelor-degree program at Pennsylvania College of Technology has been published in the newsletter of the Association for Avionics Education. Mark A.
Student Has Paper Published in Aviation Newsletter Published 04.26.2001 News Student News Home Page contents A research paper written by a student in the Aviation Maintenance Technology bachelor-degree program at Pennsylvania College of Technology has been published in the newsletter of the Association for Avionics Education. Mark A. Fenstermacher's paper, "Not Just an Autopilot," profiling the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 integrated avionics system used on many business jets and regional airliners, was …

Pennsylvania College of Technology's senior Legal Assistant/Paralegal Studies students will celebrate National Law Day (May 1) by hosting a series of legal talks at the College on May 1-10. The talks, which are free and open to the public, will be presented at two locations: the CoffeeHouse in the Bush Campus Center and the College Library.
Students to Present 'Law Day' Series of Legal Talks Published 04.23.2001 News Student News Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology's senior Legal Assistant/Paralegal Studies students will celebrate National Law Day (May 1) by hosting a series of legal talks at the College on May 1-10. The talks, which are free and open to the public, will be presented at two locations: the CoffeeHouse in the Bush Campus Center and the College Library. The program is part of the bachelor's-degree requirement …

Car enthusiasts will join their motorcycling counterparts this year for a tour through the scenic northcentral Pennsylvania countryside on the Third Annual "Pride Ride" at Pennsylvania College of Technology on Sunday, May 6. What had been a motorcycles-only event to raise money for the Pride Ride Scholarship Fund at Penn College, has been expanded this year to include car entries.
Third Annual 'Pride Ride' to Feature Cars, Motorcycles Published 04.20.2001 News Events Home Page contents Car enthusiasts will join their motorcycling counterparts this year for a tour through the scenic northcentral Pennsylvania countryside on the Third Annual "Pride Ride" at Pennsylvania College of Technology on Sunday, May 6. What had been a motorcycles-only event to raise money for the Pride Ride Scholarship Fund at Penn College, has been expanded this year to include car entries. Last year's Pride …

Pennsylvania College of Technology President Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour announced Friday that the College is suspending regular credit programming at the North Campus at the end of the current semester, due to declining enrollments. All other operations at the campus, near Wellsboro, will be continued.
North Campus to Remain Open, Focused on Workplace Development Published 04.20.2001 News Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology President Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour announced Friday that the College is suspending regular credit programming at the North Campus at the end of the current semester, due to declining enrollments. All other operations at the campus, near Wellsboro, will be continued. "We strongly value and intend to maintain our important workforce-development partnerships in the …