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Faculty member authors instructional article for confectioners

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Chef Charles R. Niedermyer, instructor of baking and pastry arts/culinary arts, was recently published in Kettle Talk, the quarterly publication of Retail Confect…
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Students in COVID seclusion give positive feedback to Dining Services

Students in COVID seclusion give positive feedback to Dining Services

Penn College’s Dining Services staff has been collectively called an “essential hero” for preparing and providing nourishment to students cloistered by the coronavirus. “We have delivered just over 2…
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Volunteer New York News: You do Know We Need You? Here's how You Can Help

Take Action Click To Support Volunteer Newyork Take the 52 Acts of Kindness Pledge Help us continue to inspire over 35,000 volunteers a year. Just like "Generosity is not just a nice thing to have…
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New majors ‘power’ electronics lab at Penn College

New majors ‘power’ electronics lab at Penn College

The addition of two automation degrees is powering a new electronics lab at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Located in the Center for Business & Workforce Development, the 906-square-foot space i…
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Penn College welcomes new employee

PCToday continues its regular feature – welcoming new full-time and regular part-time Pennsylvania College of Technology employees, as reported by the Human Resources Office. Jeffrey M. Perkinson, fu…
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LJC preps homemade feast for those away from home

LJC preps homemade feast for those away from home

In an effort to preserve at least one tradition in a year that has been anything but normal, Le Jeune Chef staff and students are preparing a free Thanksgiving feast for the dozens of students who ha…
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In high esteem

In high esteem

First-shifts horticulturists from General Services laid the far-above-groundwork for decorating the Veterans Holiday Tree outside Madigan Library, stringing the underlying red, white and blue lights …
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Rep. Wheeland appointed to Penn College Board of Directors

Rep. Wheeland appointed to Penn College Board of Directors

Rep. Jeff Wheeland, who represents the 83rd District in the state House of Representatives, has been appointed to the Pennsylvania College of Technology Board of Directors by House Speaker Bryan Cutl…
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Community Arts Center awarded EITC funds from PPL Electric Utilities

The Community Arts Center has received $5,000 from PPL Electric Utilities through the Pennsylvania Education Improvement Tax Credit program. The contribution will be used to support the Educational S…
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Meals on Wheels America: We Couldn’t Do It Without You

Ever since her husband died, Dawn has been living all alone. She is blind and struggles to make ends meet on a fixed income. Now, with the pandemic in full force, she is even more isolated from fr…
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College community celebrated during ‘Week of Togetherness’

College community celebrated during ‘Week of Togetherness’

The COVID pandemic did not deter a “week of togetherness” as College Relations invited alumni, corporate partners, students, parents and friends to celebrate, virtually, all the ways they Transform T…
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Essential Investments – Impact Report 2019-20

Essential Investments – Impact Report 2019-20

“As the 2019-20 academic year wound to a close – about the same time that the COVID-19 pandemic began to spiral all around us – the term ‘essential’ took on new meaning for many,” writes President Da…
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Ford Motor Co. to hold online information session Dec. 1

Ford Motor Co., recruiting technical support analysts for full-time employment and internships, will hold a virtual information session from 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1. For more on the meeting for a…
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Automation degrees power new Penn College electronics lab

The addition of two automation engineering technology baccalaureate degrees is powering a new electronics laboratory at Penn College. The lab is equipped with 16 student-installed Programmable Logic …
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Grad’s ‘wild journey’ takes award-winning turn

Grad’s ‘wild journey’ takes award-winning turn

A Pennsylvania College of Technology graduate helped to lead a high-profile metro Washington construction project that recently received honors from Associated Builders and Contractors. Jordan Way, ‘…
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