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IT Students Learn of Varied Opportunities at Penn’s Inn Event

A student signs a classmate's 'Bingo' card Faculty members Denise S. Leete, left, and Pat Coulter enlighten their students Members of Students in Free Enterprise, one of the campus organizations open to School of Business and Computer Technologies students, were among attendeesStudents in the School of Business and Computer Technologies’ four-year information technology: web applications development major and its two-year information technology: web applications technology major recently attended an informative get-together in Penn’s Inn. Held by Pat Coulter and Denise S. Leete, associate professors of computer science, the mixer included an ice-breaking game of “People Bingo,” in which players had to traverse the room in search of classmates with various characteristics (“Lives in the Residence Halls” and “Does not own an iPhone,” for instance); learned about the importance of academic advisers; and were apprised of student organizations, study abroad and other opportunities, and tutoring. The faculty members also discussed the valuable option for eligible Web-programming students toadd the nationally recognized Certified Internet Webmaster credential to their resumes by completing four specified courses. Photos by Michael S. Fischer, student photographer

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