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Electronics Students’ Class Projects Showcased Online

Student projects spotlightedA group of electronics and computer engineering technology students in a 300-level Control Theory class taught by Scott D. Neuhard, assistant professor of electronics, presented class projects at Penn College’s Spring Open House, showing off their skills and ingenuity for prospective students and their families. Neuhard captured the projects on video, which are available on the department’s Web page for a wider audience to view. An Open House tradition in the electronics and computer engineering technology department, another class will show off its high-tech projects during the October event.

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