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First of 2014’s Centennial Classes Graduates in Weekend Ceremonies

Pennsylvania College of Technology held three commencement exercises May 16-17 for more than 900 students who petitioned to graduate after Spring 2014 classes. The Friday afternoon ceremony honored students from the School of Business & Hospitality and the School of Construction & Design Technologies. The School of Industrial, Computing & Engineering Technologies and the School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies were showcased at Saturday morning’s ceremony; students from the School of Health Sciences and the School of Sciences, Humanities & Visual Communications graduated in the afternoon. The student speakers were Lewis Damase Robinson, of Bellefonte, who was awarded a bachelor’s degree in culinary arts and systems and an associate degree in baking and pastry arts Friday; Benjamin Michael Schappell, of Mohrsville, who received a bachelor’s degree in computer aided product design Saturday morning; and Ashley Grace Maietta, of Hughesville, who received an associate degree in nursing Saturday afternoon. The college also bestowed Distinguished Teaching Awards, two alumni awards and three posthumous degrees.

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