The Harrisburg Area Volkswagen Owners Club has established a scholarship at Pennsylvania College of Technology for students enrolled in a unique major that features the restoration of classic and antique automobiles.
Three Pennsylvania College of Technology faculty members were honored at spring 2017 commencement ceremonies for their teaching prowess. Their awards were presented May 12-13 at the Community Arts Center.
Pennsylvania College of Technology presented honors to two alumni during spring 2017 commencement ceremonies, held May 12-13 at the Community Arts Center. Thomas J. Giannattasio, of Bethesda, Maryland, received the Alumni Achievement Award on May 12, and June Kilgus Zimmerman, of Williamsport, was presented the Distinguished Alumni Award on May 13.
Pennsylvania College of Technology has presented student achievement awards to its spring 2017 graduates. More than 900 students petitioned to graduate at the conclusion of the spring semester, and three commencement ceremonies were held May 12-13 at the Community Arts Center.
Pennsylvania College of Technology held its yearly Employee Recognition ceremony on May 11, presenting awards to Distinguished Staff, a part-time instructor, a faculty adviser, the latest inductees to its Quarter Century Club and employees who retired during 2016-17.
“Working Class: Build & Grow Green,” produced by Pennsylvania College of Technology and WVIA Public Media, has earned a 2017 Bronze Telly Award. It is the second episode produced for the “Working Class” public television series and the second to win a Bronze Telly.
The Central Pennsylvania Section of the American Welding Society has honored a Pennsylvania College of Technology faculty member. Timothy S. Turnbach, instructor of welding, recently received the Howard E. Adkins Memorial Instructor Section Award during a ceremony at the college. The award recognizes “quality instructional performance devoted to the promotion and expansion of welding skills and knowledge.”
For the seventh consecutive year, Pennsylvania College of Technology students have been selected for $1,000 national scholarships to help them buy tools for their imminent employment in the heavy construction equipment field.