The Carnegie Science Center, represented by Aly Toy, fittingly brings its “Grand Slam Science” presentation to the birthplace of Little League Baseball …
Campus Science Festival Entertains as It Inspires
More than 1,500 fifth-graders from nearly a dozen local and area school districts participated in Thursday’s sixth annual Science Festival at Penn College, gaining hands-on insight into a host of related careers. The youngsters were treated to a variety of captivating campus demonstrations during the day, and families were invited to a Field House full of attractions during the three-hour evening session.
– Photos by Tia G. La, student photographer
… enthralling a daytime crowd of fifth-graders in the college’s Bardo Gymnasium.
Chef Frank M. Suchwala and team from the School of Business & Hospitality reprise their well-received “Taste of Technology” program for Thursday’s visitors to the Klump Academic Center Auditorium.
Christopher H. Van Stavoren, assistant professor in automotive, gives one-on-one attention to a potential technician.
Survey says, the School of Construction & Design Technologies has a future for you!
Prospective members of Penn College’s Class of 202? enjoy an educational day out of the classroom and onto an engaging campus.
Young scholars briefly become “bee” students …
… in the hive of activity inside the Field House.
Penn College’s student nurses share the power of hands-on healing.
Pay attention, kids: Robotics has the floor.
Electrical careers get a “green light” at another academic showcase.
A crowd gathers around the Lycoming County Conservation District’s “Groundwater and Land Use in the Water Cycle” display.
Justin W. Beishline, assistant dean of transportation and natural resources technologies, supervises a youngster’s operation and understanding of a truck-brake simulator.
The School of Business & Hospitality is also represented by the eye-catching web and interactive media major.
An Odyssey of the Mind booth poses an interactive tower-construction challenge.
Masonry among the college majors offering building blocks for a satisfying career.
Fifth-graders wait their turn with the virtual-reality headsets.
A tactile, textural exploration of building materials
“Up, up and away” with flying toys in the Field House