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Nearly 1,000 Earn ‘degrees that work’ in Weekend Ceremonies

Three commencement ceremonies were held May 13-14 for the nearly 1,000 Pennsylvania College of Technology students who petitioned to graduate following the Spring 2016 semester. Friday afternoon’s exercises at the Community Arts Center featured students from the School of Industrial, Computing & Engineering Technologies and the School of Sciences, Humanities & Visual Communications. Students from the School of Construction & Design Technologies and the School of Health Sciences received their degrees Saturday morning, while those in the School of Business & Hospitality and the School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies crossed the magnificent stage during the afternoon. Student speakers were Anthony D. Gobbi, who received a bachelor’s degree in building automation technology on Friday; Cortney Lyn Weaver, who earned an associate degree in dental hygiene on Saturday morning; and Jessica R. Wiegand, who received a bachelor’s in business administration: marketing concentration Saturday afternoon. The college also bestowed a pair of Excellence in Teaching Awards and four alumni awards.

– Photos by Cindy Davis Meixel, writer/photo editor;
Jennifer A. Cline, writer/editor-One College Avenue;
and Tom Wilson, writer/editor-PCToday

Prior to delivering the student speech at Saturday afternoon’s ceremony, Jessica R. Wiegand enjoys a photo op with Sen. Gene Yaw, chairman of the college’s Board of Directors (left), and James Parker, recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award.
Prior to delivering the student speech at Saturday afternoon’s ceremony, Jessica R. Wiegand enjoys a photo op with Sen. Gene Yaw, chairman of the college’s Board of Directors (left), and James Parker, recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award.

Standing beside Elliott Strickland, chief student affairs officer, Cortney L. Weaver, student speaker for Saturday morning’s ceremony, waves to her family – which only learned upon arrival of her important role.
Standing beside Elliott Strickland, chief student affairs officer, Cortney L. Weaver, student speaker for Saturday morning’s ceremony, waves to her family – which only learned upon arrival of her important role.

Anthony D. Gobbi eloquently shares an Arabic quote related to hard work, much to the delight of Arabic students in Friday's audience.
Anthony D. Gobbi eloquently shares an Arabic quote related to hard work, much to the delight of Arabic students in Friday’s audience.

ROTC graduate Craig W. Robbins is among the veterans honored with rousing applause and appreciation at each of the three exercises.
ROTC graduate Craig W. Robbins is among the veterans honored with rousing applause and appreciation at each of the three exercises.

The stage is set! … and includes a new college seal in the background.
The stage is set! … and includes a new college seal in the background.

Todd S. Woodling (left), assistant professor of building automation technology/HVAC electrical, enjoys the moment with two of his charges.
Todd S. Woodling (left), assistant professor of building automation technology/HVAC electrical, enjoys the moment with two of his charges.

Alumni Volunteer of the Year Van A. Johnson, ’73, shares words of wisdom.
Alumni Volunteer of the Year Van A. Johnson, ’73, shares words of wisdom.

Kacie L. Weaver, recipient of the Lewis H. Bardo Memorial Award honoring devotion to duty, helpfulness to others, friendliness and high ideals, smiles at her fans.
Kacie L. Weaver, recipient of the Lewis H. Bardo Memorial Award honoring devotion to duty, helpfulness to others, friendliness and high ideals, smiles at her fans.

Nasser Aljadah, a plastics and polymer engineering technology graduate, celebrates with his father.
Nasser Aljadah, a plastics and polymer engineering technology graduate, celebrates with his father.

Accepting his second Distinguished Teaching Award, Kirk M. Cantor, professor of plastics technology, champions the human value of work.
Accepting his second Distinguished Teaching Award, Kirk M. Cantor, professor of plastics technology, champions the human value of work.

A surprised Craig A. Miller, assistant professor of history and political science, accepts accolades as a Distinguished Teaching honoree.
A surprised Craig A. Miller, assistant professor of history and political science, accepts accolades as a Distinguished Teaching honoree.

Showing off the graduation-day goods
Showing off the graduation-day goods

A shout-out to Calvin and Hobbes
A shout-out to Calvin and Hobbes

Student-athlete Nicole C. LoFurno, celebrating outside the CAC, rides a whirlwind from Saturday's commencement to the following week's start of national softball playoffs.
Student-athlete Nicole C. LoFurno, celebrating outside the CAC, rides a whirlwind from Saturday’s commencement to the following week’s start of national softball playoffs.

On a jubilant Friday afternoon, students play for the camera.
On a jubilant Friday afternoon, students play for the camera.

Wearing a white cord signifying cum laude honors, a graduate heads to the Community Arts Center.
Wearing a white cord signifying cum laude honors, a graduate heads to the Community Arts Center.

With emotion this genuine, is a caption really necessary?
With emotion this genuine, is a caption really necessary?

The stunning Community Arts Center glows with the beauty and pride of the occasion.
The stunning Community Arts Center glows with the beauty and pride of the occasion.

Planning a surprise for Friday's student speaker, an avid bowtie enthusiast, is this administrative crew of similarly accessorized supporters.
Planning a surprise for Friday’s student speaker, an avid bowtie enthusiast, is this administrative crew of similarly accessorized supporters.

Sharing in the day's happiness
Sharing in the day’s happiness

Nursing student Toncia M. Plocinski leads the charge to capture the moment; among those joining the fun is Sandra L. Richmond (in red-and-blue regalia), director of nursing.
Nursing student Toncia M. Plocinski leads the charge to capture the moment; among those joining the fun is Sandra L. Richmond (in red-and-blue regalia), director of nursing.

A surveying technology grad shows off his diploma – and whimsically charts the evolution of his chosen career.
A surveying technology grad shows off his diploma – and whimsically charts the evolution of his chosen career.

Ryan K. Fisher, engineering design technology, sports his past (2012) and present (2016) tassels.
Ryan K. Fisher, engineering design technology, sports his past (2012) and present (2016) tassels.

The skillfully designed cap of graphic design graduate Zachary G. Bird, recipient of this year's Academic Vice President and Provost's Award.
The skillfully designed cap of graphic design graduate Zachary G. Bird, recipient of this year’s Academic Vice President and Provost’s Award.

“Saving the world, one tree at a time!” was the rallying cry of grads in the building automation technology major as they waited to enter the Community Arts Center.
“Saving the world, one tree at a time!” was the rallying cry of grads in the building automation technology major as they waited to enter the Community Arts Center.

Balloons and airborne hand signals are among the tricks to beat the crowd when "Meet me under the marquee" isn't enough.
Balloons and airborne hand signals are among the tricks to beat the crowd when “Meet me under the marquee” isn’t enough.

Everyone gets hugs on commencement day – including Penn College Police Officer Charles E. O'Brien!
Everyone gets hugs on commencement day – including Penn College Police Officer Charles E. O’Brien!

Fist-bumps are plenty as graduates made their way across the stage.
Fist-bumps are plenty as graduates made their way across the stage.

Shahryar Vahabzadeh, a nursing graduate originally from Iran, celebrates with two of his mentors, Margaret M. Faust (left) and Kathleen M. Hyatt, assistant professors of nursing.
Shahryar Vahabzadeh, a nursing graduate originally from Iran, celebrates with two of his mentors, Margaret M. Faust (left) and Kathleen M. Hyatt, assistant professors of nursing.

Spring flowers on stage offer a reminder of seasonal beauty.
Spring flowers on stage offer a reminder of seasonal beauty.

Savoring a joyful occasion
Savoring a joyful occasion

Kadeem D. Carter, collision repair technology graduate, and family revel in the joy of the day.
Kadeem D. Carter, collision repair technology graduate, and family revel in the joy of the day.

Physician assistant alumni Adam D. and Hilary C. Thompson accept the Alumni Achievement Award.
Physician assistant alumni Adam D. and Hilary C. Thompson accept the Alumni Achievement Award.

A father’s pride: Jeffrey M. Januchowski, assistant professor of automotive technology/Ford ASSET, hugs his daughter, Alexa A., a graphic design graduate.
A father’s pride: Jeffrey M. Januchowski, assistant professor of automotive technology/Ford ASSET, hugs his daughter, Alexa A., a graphic design graduate.

As the president reveals her hidden bowtie to Gobbi, the stage erupts in laughter.
As the president reveals her hidden bowtie to Gobbi, the stage erupts in laughter.

Two super-heroes make their way into the Community Arts Center.
Two super-heroes make their way into the Community Arts Center.

A new graduate holds all of the day’s vital accessories.
A new graduate holds all of the day’s vital accessories.

With Penn College's new "step and repeat" banner as their backdrop, dental hygiene students show off the artistic enhancement of their graduation caps.
With Penn College’s new “step and repeat” banner as their backdrop, dental hygiene students show off the artistic enhancement of their graduation caps.

School of Business & Hospitality students and faculty check out their larger-than-life presence on the overhead video screen ...
School of Business & Hospitality students and faculty check out their larger-than-life presence on the overhead video screen …

... which provided roaming glimpses of the crowd until the ceremony got underway.
… which provided roaming glimpses of the crowd until the ceremony got underway.

Daniel H. Pulinski (left) and Warren M. Reed – both graduating in residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration
Daniel H. Pulinski (left) and Warren M. Reed – both graduating in residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration

Holding tight to his diploma case ... and to those who helped him get there.
Holding tight to his diploma case … and to those who helped him get there.

No better time for a selfie with family
No better time for a selfie with family

Graphic design grad and veteran Jamie L. Mahoney
Graphic design grad and veteran Jamie L. Mahoney

Weaver, who received the Susquehanna Health Dental Hygiene Award in addition to being chosen as class speaker, thanks her large circle of supporters – including fellow graduates.
Weaver, who received the Susquehanna Health Dental Hygiene Award in addition to being chosen as class speaker, thanks her large circle of supporters – including fellow graduates.

Sarah S. Moore, Disability Services sign language interpreter, adeptly renders the National Anthem.
Sarah S. Moore, Disability Services sign language interpreter, adeptly renders the National Anthem.

Parker encourages graduates to ask for the impossible, take risks and appreciate opportunities.
Parker encourages graduates to ask for the impossible, take risks and appreciate opportunities.

Jeffrey C. Comitz, a heating, ventilation and air conditioning design technology graduate, strides confidently into his spring trifecta of triumph: a bachelor's degree, an imminent new home and – in June – parenthood.
Jeffrey C. Comitz, a heating, ventilation and air conditioning design technology graduate, strides confidently into his spring trifecta of triumph: a bachelor’s degree, an imminent new home and – in June – parenthood.

Already surrounded by riches, Ryan M. Minisci adds a diesel equipment technology degree for good measure.
Already surrounded by riches, Ryan M. Minisci adds a diesel equipment technology degree for good measure.

Zachery T. Kane gets ready to receive his third Penn College degree, this one in applied technology studies.
Zachery T. Kane gets ready to receive his third Penn College degree, this one in applied technology studies.

Wiegand delivers a lively talk, encouraging graduates to follow their passions and be of service to the world. In addition to speaker's honors, she was presented with the Business Faculty Award the night before.
Wiegand delivers a lively talk, encouraging graduates to follow their passions and be of service to the world. In addition to speaker’s honors, she was presented with the Business Faculty Award the night before.

Nursing student Chelsea A. Hanley touts the anatomical effort required to become a life-saver.
Nursing student Chelsea A. Hanley touts the anatomical effort required to become a life-saver.

Soon-to-be-grads in building science and sustainable design show the strength of their marketability in numbers.
Soon-to-be-grads in building science and sustainable design show the strength of their marketability in numbers.

Victoria L. Kostecki celebrates her applied management degree with proud supporters.
Victoria L. Kostecki celebrates her applied management degree with proud supporters.

After the ceremony, time to capture final moments of celebration with classmates.
After the ceremony, time to capture final moments of celebration with classmates.

The wife of military veteran and applied human services grad Chad E. Hahn made his cap, a checklist of accomplishments under his belt.
The wife of military veteran and applied human services grad Chad E. Hahn made his cap, a checklist of accomplishments under his belt.

A bright smile accompanies a degree candidate’s attire.
A bright smile accompanies a degree candidate’s attire.

The president turns the tassel of Friday’s student speaker as all of the graduates do the same.
The president turns the tassel of Friday’s student speaker as all of the graduates do the same.

An engineering design graduate expresses the weight of the moment on her mortarboard.
An engineering design graduate expresses the weight of the moment on her mortarboard.

Facing the future together
Facing the future together

As he makes his way across the stage, a graduate pauses for a selfie with the audience as background.
As he makes his way across the stage, a graduate pauses for a selfie with the audience as background.

Old Glory for a new alum: The "Stars and Stripes" grace the headgear of Roger C. Bruso, a heating, ventilation and air conditioning design technology major.
Old Glory for a new alum: The “Stars and Stripes” grace the headgear of Roger C. Bruso, a heating, ventilation and air conditioning design technology major.

A former dental hygienist (the college president) offers congratulations to a future dental hygienist.
A former dental hygienist (the college president) offers congratulations to a future dental hygienist.

Landscape/horticulture technology: plant production emphasis grad Jane C. Mertes stops (briefly) to smell the flowers; she begins work this fall toward a bachelor's in applied management.
Landscape/horticulture technology: plant production emphasis grad Jane C. Mertes stops (briefly) to smell the flowers; she begins work this fall toward a bachelor’s in applied management.

Commencement isn’t complete without the smiles of dental hygiene graduates!
Commencement isn’t complete without the smiles of dental hygiene graduates!

A look of happy determination crosses the face of applied human services major April M. Tucker.
A look of happy determination crosses the face of applied human services major April M. Tucker.

Appropriate to her major, an early childhood education grad shares grown-up inspiration in a timeless children’s book.
Appropriate to her major, an early childhood education grad shares grown-up inspiration in a timeless children’s book.

With a hearty yell, students lift a friend in celebration.
With a hearty yell, students lift a friend in celebration.

Borrowing from a beloved Pixar film, nursing grad Loretta M. Park – winner of the Nursing Peer Recognition Award – telegraphs the direction of her dreams.
Borrowing from a beloved Pixar film, nursing grad Loretta M. Park – winner of the Nursing Peer Recognition Award – telegraphs the direction of her dreams.

As encouraged by a presidential proclamation from the podium, audience members' varied devices light up the auditorium to commemorate the day.
As encouraged by a presidential proclamation from the podium, audience members’ varied devices light up the auditorium to commemorate the day.

Construction management students make quick work of the logistics involved in a group photo. Third from left in the back row is Anthony V. Rode, recipient of the Construction Management Faculty Award.
Construction management students make quick work of the logistics involved in a group photo. Third from left in the back row is Anthony V. Rode, recipient of the Construction Management Faculty Award.

Timothy S. Shook (right), building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration, reunites with Daniel L. Brooks (left), instructor of architectural technology, and Naim N. Jabbour, assistant professor of architectural technology, after the Saturday morning ceremony.
Timothy S. Shook (right), building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration, reunites with Daniel L. Brooks (left), instructor of architectural technology, and Naim N. Jabbour, assistant professor of architectural technology, after the Saturday morning ceremony.

Biding time in a Genetti Hotel ballroom, students in Saturday morning's ceremony text, primp, reminisce and reflect.
Biding time in a Genetti Hotel ballroom, students in Saturday morning’s ceremony text, primp, reminisce and reflect.

Faculty enjoy watching their students file into the arts center inner lobby.
Faculty enjoy watching their students file into the arts center inner lobby.

Cooking up a delicious future!
Cooking up a delicious future!

Gilmour performs the honorary tassel-turning for the student speaker.
Gilmour performs the honorary tassel-turning for the student speaker.

A "selfie stick" makes its appearance.
A “selfie stick” makes its appearance.

A colorful moment for memories
A colorful moment for memories

A star on the stage – with the day’s most coveted "trophy."
A star on the stage – with the day’s most coveted “trophy.”

Accustomed to being on the other side of a camera, former student photographer Caleb G. Schirmer, who earned a bachelor's degree in applied management, is snapped by his father, George L. At right is friend Kyle J. Eccher, a December 2014 graduate in aviation maintenance technology.
Accustomed to being on the other side of a camera, former student photographer Caleb G. Schirmer, who earned a bachelor’s degree in applied management, is snapped by his father, George L. At right is friend Kyle J. Eccher, a December 2014 graduate in aviation maintenance technology.

Aviation maintenance technology majors (plus one) prepare for takeoff. From left are Tylor J. Burkett; Bhismadut B. Contractor, who graduated in business administration: management concentration; Ryan A. Gibson; James S. Alger and Taylor L. Cronshey. Contractor, a former senator from the School of Business & Hospitality, served the Student Government Association with Burkett, Gibson and Alger.
Aviation maintenance technology majors (plus one) prepare for takeoff. From left are Tylor J. Burkett; Bhismadut B. Contractor, who graduated in business administration: management concentration; Ryan A. Gibson; James S. Alger and Taylor L. Cronshey. Contractor, a former senator from the School of Business & Hospitality, served the Student Government Association with Burkett, Gibson and Alger.

Daniel H. Pulinski, graduating in residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration – and commissioned Saturday night as an Army officer – talks with instructors Barney A. Kahn IV (center) and Levon A. Whitmyer.
Daniel H. Pulinski, graduating in residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration – and commissioned Saturday night as an Army officer – talks with instructors Barney A. Kahn IV (center) and Levon A. Whitmyer.

A brand-new grad leaves the theater with an appropriate grin.
A brand-new grad leaves the theater with an appropriate grin.

Homage to woman’s best friend
Homage to woman’s best friend

As rain falls during the Saturday afternoon procession, College Store manager Matt Branca is among those providing helpful shelter for the half-block sprint.
As rain falls during the Saturday afternoon procession, College Store manager Matt Branca is among those providing helpful shelter for the half-block sprint.

While generally surrounded by vintage vehicles, automotive restoration technology graduates have no problem fronting a natural gas-powered River Valley Transit bus.
While generally surrounded by vintage vehicles, automotive restoration technology graduates have no problem fronting a natural gas-powered River Valley Transit bus.

A gathering area west of the theater provides ample space for preserving memories.
A gathering area west of the theater provides ample space for preserving memories.

A proud family moment for Katelyn A. Wertz, a dental hygiene: health policy and administration concentration major
A proud family moment for Katelyn A. Wertz, a dental hygiene: health policy and administration concentration major

Harley R. Heichel, recipient of the Forest Technology Faculty Award, shares a fitting sentiment.
Harley R. Heichel, recipient of the Forest Technology Faculty Award, shares a fitting sentiment.

A banner day for heating, ventilation and air conditioning design technology majors
A banner day for heating, ventilation and air conditioning design technology majors

ROTC student Daniel G. Curtin hugs one of his mentors, Carolyn R. Strickland, vice president for enrollment management/associate provost.
ROTC student Daniel G. Curtin hugs one of his mentors, Carolyn R. Strickland, vice president for enrollment management/associate provost.

A fond farewell wave to life as an undergrad.
A fond farewell wave to life as an undergrad.

A Crayola-colorful early childhood education cap
A Crayola-colorful early childhood education cap

With hair lifted lightly by a warm breeze, a grad processes along West Fourth Street.
With hair lifted lightly by a warm breeze, a grad processes along West Fourth Street.

Hands in the air, Aaron R. Blakeley makes his presence known.
Hands in the air, Aaron R. Blakeley makes his presence known.

Decorations on a grad cap mimic the marquee’s lights.
Decorations on a grad cap mimic the marquee’s lights.

Rain didn’t dampen the spirits of Saturday afternoon’s graduates, who gathered in the arts center’s inner lobby before the ceremony.
Rain didn’t dampen the spirits of Saturday afternoon’s graduates, who gathered in the arts center’s inner lobby before the ceremony.

Melissa A. Wilson, recipient of the Board of Directors’ Award, accepts her diploma.
Melissa A. Wilson, recipient of the Board of Directors’ Award, accepts her diploma.

After pausing to congratulate Wiegand, Caleb G. Schirmer dashes for his diploma. The applied management graduate is a recipient of the Rose Staiman Memorial Award for brotherhood, service to college and community, and scholastic achievement.
After pausing to congratulate Wiegand, Caleb G. Schirmer dashes for his diploma. The applied management graduate is a recipient of the Rose Staiman Memorial Award for brotherhood, service to college and community, and scholastic achievement.

Back on campus, "The Rock" sends an apropos message to this year's graduates – and stands ready as a backdrop for photo memories.
Back on campus, “The Rock” sends an apropos message to this year’s graduates – and stands ready as a backdrop for photo memories.

A beach ball is served back into ‘play’ by the college president (in foreground).
A beach ball is served back into ‘play’ by the college president (in foreground).

Scott L. Neff II, culinary arts and systems, hugs his mother, Barbara K. Emert-Strouse, assistant professor of dental hygiene.
Scott L. Neff II, culinary arts and systems, hugs his mother, Barbara K. Emert-Strouse, assistant professor of dental hygiene.

Early childhood education grads gather.
Early childhood education grads gather.

A photo op honors the gifts of one generation to another.
A photo op honors the gifts of one generation to another.

Last in line for Friday’s commencement, grads from the web and interactive media major gather for a photo with Denise S. Leete, associate professor.
Last in line for Friday’s commencement, grads from the web and interactive media major gather for a photo with Denise S. Leete, associate professor.

A “fierce” graduate
A “fierce” graduate

A bright day for brothers Jared (left) and Rantz Mahaffey, both donning sunglasses.
A bright day for brothers Jared (left) and Rantz Mahaffey, both donning sunglasses.

Student speaker Gobbi asks his parents to stand for acknowledgement, then encourages all parents to rise for applause.
Student speaker Gobbi asks his parents to stand for acknowledgement, then encourages all parents to rise for applause.

As skies darkened for the Saturday afternoon proceedings, the Arts Center lobby was prepared for soggy accoutrements.
As skies darkened for the Saturday afternoon proceedings, the Arts Center lobby was prepared for soggy accoutrements.

LaQuinn N. Thompson, one of two recipients of the President’s Award for leadership and service to the college, shakes his president’s hand.
LaQuinn N. Thompson, one of two recipients of the President’s Award for leadership and service to the college, shakes his president’s hand.

First in line for the Saturday morning commencement are Geoffrey M. Campbell (left), assistant professor of architectural technology, and students.
First in line for the Saturday morning commencement are Geoffrey M. Campbell (left), assistant professor of architectural technology, and students.

New nurses pose for photos outside the commencement venue.
New nurses pose for photos outside the commencement venue.

Exercise science grads recruit assistant professor Judy Quinti (near left) and lab supervisor Erin J. McMurray (near right) for celebratory pix.
Exercise science grads recruit assistant professor Judy Quinti (near left) and lab supervisor Erin J. McMurray (near right) for celebratory pix.

A former student photographer at the college, Abdullah H. Muaddi snaps a treasured moment with the campus leader.
A former student photographer at the college, Abdullah H. Muaddi snaps a treasured moment with the campus leader.

ROTC grad Kyle A. Csorba, earning a degree in residential construction technology management, enjoys the company of classmates.
ROTC grad Kyle A. Csorba, earning a degree in residential construction technology management, enjoys the company of classmates.

Saturday's afternoon speaker shares her considerable accomplishment with loved ones – Mom Brenda A., among them, who earned a business management degree that day.
Saturday’s afternoon speaker shares her considerable accomplishment with loved ones – Mom Brenda A., among them, who earned a business management degree that day.

Buses await passengers following the third commencement.
Buses await passengers following the third commencement.

Emily K. Lutz, one of two students receiving the President’s Award for leadership and service to the college, accepts her diploma from the president.
Emily K. Lutz, one of two students receiving the President’s Award for leadership and service to the college, accepts her diploma from the president.

Humorous words for the day – and night.
Humorous words for the day – and night.

Graduates rise to give praise to their departing professors.
Graduates rise to give praise to their departing professors.

Lauren A. Rhodes, assistant professor of mathematics, awards a diploma to her son, Matthew H. Gordon, a welding and fabrication engineering technology graduate.
Lauren A. Rhodes, assistant professor of mathematics, awards a diploma to her son, Matthew H. Gordon, a welding and fabrication engineering technology graduate.

The scene below offers a slightly different angle than that on the Arts Center screen overhead.
The scene below offers a slightly different angle than that on the Arts Center screen overhead.

The college’s main entrance sign sees its fair share of proud paparazzi.
The college’s main entrance sign sees its fair share of proud paparazzi.

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