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Farm Show Abuzz With Fruitful ‘degrees that work’

Pennsylvania College of Technology faculty/staff and students are continuing their hands-on tradition at the Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg (Jan. 5-12), offering a daily menu of activities to showcase the varied “degrees that work” available among the college’s eight academic schools. (YouTube video)

– Photos by Whitnie-rae Mays, student photographer;
Steven K. McCoy, coordinator of matriculation and retention for the School of Construction and Design Technologies; Nathan D. Smyth, assistant dean of health sciences;
Elizabeth G. Verbos, coordinator of admissions/enrollment event services; and Mallory L. Weymer, admissions representative

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