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Community Colleges Explore Partnership With Plastics Program


 Timothy E. Weston, assistant professor of plastics technology, leads tour of plastics labs Thirteen representatives from seven community colleges around Pennsylvania, as well as representatives from the state Department of Education and the State System of Higher Education, visited campus on Oct. 4 to examine the feasibility of making an articulation agreement between them and Penn College’s plastics and polymer degree programs. As part of their visit, they were led on a tour of the college’s plastics laboratories.

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