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An Artist’s Journey to Engineering

Hannah Michelle is at home in the welding lab …
Hannah Michelle is at home in the welding lab …
… and in the painting studio. In both places, using her hands to create comes naturally.
… and in the painting studio. In both places, using her hands to create comes naturally.

From the Fall 2015 edition of One College Avenue, Penn College’s official magazine: Student Hannah Michelle Scheimreif links the seemingly opposite disciplines of studio art and welding and fabrication engineering technology. “In engineering, you’re solving problems and coming up with new ideas, and in art, you’re solving problems and coming up with new ideas,” she said. “It coalesces very nicely.” Read “Double Major

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