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College Part of WBRE’s ‘National Engineers Week’ Coverage


Morgan Parrish acquires some engineering insight from Penn College's Eric K. Albert ...
Morgan Parrish acquires some engineering insight from Penn College’s Eric K. Albert …
... as well as a student perspective from Anthony M. Passaro.
… as well as a student perspective from Anthony M. Passaro.
While accustomed to being on screen, Parrish enjoys the new experience of a three-dimensional scan of her likeness.
While accustomed to being on screen, Parrish enjoys the new experience of a three-dimensional scan of her likeness.

Eyewitness News reporter Morgan Parrish visited Penn College’s rapid prototyping lab Wednesday for a story about National Engineers Week. She interviewed Eric K. Albert, associate professor of machine tool technology/automated manufacturing, and Anthony M. Passaro, a manufacturing engineering technology major from Williamsport. Parrish received a 3-D scan of herself during the visit, courtesy of Albert. The piece aired during evening newscasts.
Photos by Tom Speicher, writer/video editor

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