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Assistant Professor J.D. Mather leads an engineering design class.
Assistant Professor J.D. Mather leads an engineering design class.
Small gifts - $15 registration fees - from 500 participants in the Health Sciences 5K run/walk went a long way to helping the school's scholarship fund reach endowment.
Small gifts – $15 registration fees – from 500 participants in the Health Sciences 5K run/walk went a long way to helping the school’s scholarship fund reach endowment.

From the Fall 2013 issue of One College Avenue magazine: A Penn College education holds tremendous promise for a fulfilling future. The Penn College Foundation launches a $3.75 million scholarship campaign to help students attain “degrees that work.”

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