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Finishing Progresses in Center for Business and Workforce Development

A window has been framed out to offer a view from the hallway into an electronics and computer engineering technology laboratory. Richard J. Calvert, assistant professor and department head of electronics and computer engineering technology, Edward N. Hunt, toolroom attendent for the department, and Lawrence J. Fryda, dean of industrial and engineering technologies, discuss plans in what will become the department's toolroom. The hallway shows niches for lockersThe future Center for Business and Workforce Development at Penn College is progressing, with opening for its electronics and computer engineering technology classrooms slated in time for the start of Fall 2007 classes. Drywall is being installed, showing doorways and windows to future laboratories and faculty offices, and niches for lockers in hallways. The building will contain eight electronics and computer engineering technology laboratories. The building will also contain Workforce Development & Continuing Education, the Industrial Modernization Center and Penn State at Penn College.

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