As temperatures dipped into a more seasonal Pennsylvania January, the fluffy snugglefest known as "Hot Dog, You're Back!" – held this month in the Field House – provided all the warmth you'd expect from affable employees and their adorable canine companions.
'Hot Dog' event supplies renewed animal magnetism Published 01.24.2024 Photos by Conor P. Fry, student photographer News Events Students Faculty & Staff Home Page contents As temperatures dipped into a more seasonal Pennsylvania January, the fluffy snugglefest known as "Hot Dog, You're Back!" – held this month in the Field House – provided all the warmth you'd expect from affable employees and their adorable canine companions. The midyear spinoff of fall's "Hot Dog, You're Here!" welcomed students to the …

A three-year $625,861 grant from the National Science Foundation aims to streamline the pathway to a Pennsylvania College of Technology education for diesel students enrolled at career and technical education centers.
College aims to smooth CTE students’ path to diesel degrees Published 01.23.2024 News Diesel Truck, Heavy Equipment & Power Generation Engineering Technologies Faculty & Staff Students Home Page contents A three-year $625,861 grant from the National Science Foundation aims to streamline the pathway to a Pennsylvania College of Technology education for diesel students enrolled at career and technical education centers. “All of our big employers are hiring these 18-year-old diesel students,” said Justin W. …

Aidan J. Turner, a 2021 graduate of Pennsylvania College of Technology's industrial design major, returned to his roots recently and witnessed students reaping the benefits of his past generosity.
Page contents Gear-giving alumnus returns to his roots Published 01.22.2024 News Alumni News Alumni Giving Engineering & Industrial Design Technology Engineering Technologies Faculty & Staff Home Page contents A Pennsylvania College of Technology industrial design alumnus returned to his roots recently and witnessed students reaping the benefits of his past generosity.  Aidan J. Turner, a 2021 graduate, visited the industrial design lab and saw students using elements of a video setup (a changeable …

Black and white photographs by 13 students offer inspiration to onlookers along a second floor wall of The Madigan Library.
Inspiring images invite viewing on library's second floor Published 01.22.2024 News Students Faculty & Staff Graphic Design & Art School of Business, Arts & Sciences News Library Home Page contents Photographic explorations in black and white beckon from the second floor of The Madigan Library. The images by 13 students, enrolled in Fine Art Photography (PHO 210) during Fall 2023, offer inspiration (and a warm escape from winter). The exhibit , on display through at least Feb. 27, presents two silver …

The Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s basketball and wrestling teams had two-win weeks, and the men’s hoops team saw one of its players reach a scoring milestone.
Wildcat men cagers, wrestlers get two wins; Barrett tops 1,000 Published 01.21.2024 News Athletics Home Page contents The Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s basketball and wrestling teams had two-win weeks, and the men’s hoops team saw one of its players reach a scoring milestone. MEN’S BASKETBALL On Tuesday, the Wildcats snapped a seven-game loss string and recorded just their third win in 15 conference meetings against Penn State Abington, 94-83. Livingston Cross, of Union, New Jersey, led five …

High school seniors interested in receiving financial assistance to help pay for college can now apply for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives’ Scholarship. Each year, the program awards a four-year scholarship to two students preparing for postsecondary education. It is open to graduating high school seniors who are Pennsylvania residents with plans to attend a Pennsylvania college, university or career school full time.
High school applicants eligible for PA House Scholarship awards Published 01.19.2024 News Home Page contents High school seniors interested in receiving financial assistance to help pay for college can now apply for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives’ Scholarship. Each year, the program awards a four-year scholarship to two students preparing for postsecondary education. It is open to graduating high school seniors who are Pennsylvania residents with plans to attend a Pennsylvania college, …

The tempest that began as a fluffy dusting overnight and stubbornly unfurled a Tuesday blanket several inches thick – and with more ushering in the weekend – was met by some with gripes and groans. Despite winter's all-too-frequent appearance as a literary metaphor for adversity and flat-out hardship, however, one needn't dig too deep to uncover the silver lining beneath each mound of snow.
The calm between the storms Published 01.19.2024 News Home Page contents The tempest that began as a fluffy dusting overnight and stubbornly unfurled a Tuesday blanket several inches thick  – and with more ushering in the weekend – was met by some with gripes and groans. Despite winter's all-too-frequent appearance as a literary metaphor for adversity and flat-out hardship, however, one needn't dig too deep to uncover the silver lining beneath each mound of snow. Student photographer Conor P. Fry found …

Penn College's participation in "Dream Week," the annual communitywide celebration of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., included a poverty simulation – a role-playing exercise centered around households where those aspirations are deferred.
Simulation awakens participants to realities of low-income life Published 01.18.2024 Photos by Conor P. Fry, student photographer News Students Faculty & Staff Events Community Involvement Home Page contents Penn College's participation in "Dream Week," the annual celebration of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., included a poverty simulation – a role-playing exercise centered around households where those aspirations are deferred. The program, co-sponsored in the campus Field House by the …