Students beginning their classes in Fall 2024 at Pennsylvania College of Technology are offered a special discount for taking a trio of in-person courses this summer. The “Jump-start Your Future” program is giving a 50% discount for students who enroll in developmental math, English and First Year Experience classes during the eight-week Summer 2024 session that runs Mondays through Thursdays, June 11 to Aug. 1, at the college’s main campus.
Summer ‘Jump-start Your Future’ offers discount on trio of classes Published 05.24.2024 News Mathematics Business, Arts & Sciences Academic Advising academic excellence New Students Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology is offering a special discount for taking a trio of in-person courses this summer. The “Jump-start Your Future” program is giving a 50% discount for students who enroll in developmental math, English and First Year Experience classes during the eight-week Summer 2024 session …

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Chef Charles R. Niedermyer recently led an eight-hour class for artisan baking professionals at the Bread Bakers Guild of America’s annual Camp Bread, held over three days in Providence, Rhode Island. Niedermyer’s class was among those featured in Bake Magazine's coverage of the event.
Penn College faculty member teaches bread-making artisans Published 05.24.2024 Photos provided by Abram Faber News Baking & Culinary School of Business, Arts & Sciences News Faculty & Staff Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Chef Charles R. Niedermyer recently led an eight-hour class for artisan baking professionals at the Bread Bakers Guild of America’s annual Camp Bread, held over three days in Providence, Rhode Island. Niedermyer is an instructor of baking and pastry arts/culinary …

Although the unofficial start to summer season arrives with Memorial Day weekend, it's technically not summer (astronomically speaking) until June 20, so spring still rules the day. Enjoy these campus captures.
An artist's eye captures campus delights Published 05.24.2024 Photos by Rob Hinkal, social media specialist News campus Home Page contents Showering campus with its beauty, the "dandelion sprinkler" on the lawn of the Victorian House always delights. Although the unofficial start to summer season arrives with Memorial Day weekend, it's technically not summer (astronomically speaking) until June 20, so spring still rules the day. Enjoy these campus captures before spring tiptoes away. "May and June. Soft …

Before diving into summer, Penn College News takes a look back at a spring semester highlight: the two-week visit by our new friends from Northern Ireland's North West Regional College. The contingent of 12 students and two faculty members visited Penn College early last month. Half of the group is studying cybersecurity at NWRC, with the others focused on engineering.
Spring flashback: Northern Ireland visitors are a highlight Published 05.24.2024 Photos by Richard Duffy, NWRC engineering lecturer, and various Penn College staff: Cindy Meixel, Tom Speicher, Kim Cassel, Sue Mahaffey, Anthony Pace, Erin Shultz, Stacey Hampton & Shannon Munro News Global Experience School of Engineering Technologies News Automated Manufacturing & Machining Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology Information Technology Industry Connections Community Campus Events Home Page contents …

The “Engagies” were announced at the Student Leadership & Involvement Awards, a cherished tradition among the end-of-academic-year festivities at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Hosted by the Office of Student Engagement, the gathering honored student leaders, their mentors and the student organizations who make an impressive and positive impact on campus and in the community.
‘And the Engagie goes to …’ Published 05.23.2024 Photos by Matt Deane, student photographer News Students Awards Student Engagement Clubs & Organizations Home Page contents The honorees in attendance at the Student Leadership & Involvement Awards gather on the patio of the Thompson Professional Development Center for a finale photo. Winner of the “Engagies” were announced at the Student Leadership & Involvement Awards, a cherished tradition among the end-of-academic-year festivities at Pennsylvania College …

As part of the spring semester’s finale events, Penn College hosted an Excellence in Student Leadership and Service Awards Ceremony to honor 11 graduating students who distinguished themselves by their high academic achievement, quality leadership and exemplary service.
Student excellence honored at awards ceremony Published 05.22.2024 Photos by Cindy D. Meixel, writer/editor-Penn College News News Students Awards Alumni News Faculty & Staff Home Page contents Penn College President Michael J. Reed (left) celebrates with graduating student honorees at the Excellence in Student Leadership & Service Awards Ceremony. The event, held in Le Jeune Chef Restaurant, conferred the Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour Awards for Leadership & Service to Penn College; celebrated the student …

The video “A 30-Year Anniversary Nearly 100 Years in the Making: The Community Arts Center” won a bronze Telly Award in the 45th annual competition. The Pennsylvania College of Technology entry earned its Telly in the Non-Broadcast – Arts & Culture category. Penn College owns and operates the Community Arts Center, a cultural cornerstone for the region, located on West Fourth Street in downtown Williamsport.
Community Arts Center video honored with Telly Award Published 05.22.2024 News Community Arts Center Community Awards Faculty & Staff Home Page contents The video “A 30-Year Anniversary Nearly 100 Years in the Making: The Community Arts Center” won a bronze Telly Award in the 45th annual competition. The Pennsylvania College of Technology entry earned its Telly in the Non-Broadcast – Arts & Culture category. Penn College owns and operates the Community Arts Center, a cultural cornerstone for the region, …

For the ninth year, Penn College has received notification of its Tree Campus Higher Education designation, and students celebrated by planting trees (Japanese snowbell and Snow Fountain weeping cherry) at the college's Schneebeli Earth Science Center in honor of Arbor Day.
'Tree Campus' designation celebrated, trees planted Published 05.22.2024 Photos provided by Carl J. Bower Jr., assistant professor of horticulture News Landscape/Plant Production Forestry Engineering Technologies Students Faculty & Staff Home Page contents Celebrating Penn College's ninth attainment of Tree Campus Higher Education status are landscape/plant production technology students (from left): Zaia M. Huffman, Canton; Tyler J. Dinatale, Mohnton; Mickey D. Malec, Roaring Brook Township; Cohen W.A. …

Penn College freshman softball player Grace Lorson has been named a finalist for the Tucci/National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division III National Freshman of Year. The award annually honors the outstanding athletic achievement of freshmen in NCAA Division III.
Softball player named finalist: Division III National Freshman of Year Published 05.22.2024 News Wildcat Athletics Athletics Students Physical Therapist Assistant Home Page contents Penn College freshman softball player Grace Lorson has been named a finalist for the Tucci/National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division III National Freshman of Year. Penn College freshman softball player Grace Lorson has been named a finalist for the Tucci/National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division III National …

Pennsylvania College of Technology students reaped the benefits of their hands-on education and tireless dedication by finishing fourth out of 89 cars in the Baja SAE Williamsport endurance race, the international competition’s premier event. Overall, the team placed 10th out of the 102 teams competing. Those teams consisted of about 1,800 students representing colleges and universities from throughout the United States, Canada and Brazil.
Penn College Baja SAE team excels at ‘home’ competition Published 05.21.2024 News Baja SAE Baja SAE Competition Students Alumni News Alumni Experience Donors Faculty & Staff Community Campus Events Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology students reaped the benefits of their hands-on education and tireless dedication by finishing fourth out of 89 cars in the Baja SAE Williamsport endurance race, the international competition’s premier event. The 13-member Penn College Baja team devoted …