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‘F’ as in farm … and food … and freebies … and future careers!

Making another impressive appearance at a time-honored winter venue, Pennsylvania College of Technology delivered a Wildcat’s share of crowd-pleasing activities at the 2023 Pennsylvania Farm Show (Jan. 7-14) in Harrisburg. Visitors could pick the fact-filled brains of faculty, staff and students throughout the week at the Penn College booth in the expansive Farm Show Complex and Expo Center, and were invited to interactively explore academic offerings – only a small sampling of which are shown here – on a rotating daily schedule.

– Photos provided by faculty member Howard W. Troup;
Kat Kuo for the 2023 PA Preferred® Culinary Connection at the Pennsylvania Farm Show;
and Ken J. Kinley, assistant professor of electronics

 

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