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New Student Photographer Joins Campus Staff

Craig R. Urey, a sophomore in the renewable energy technologies major, is the newest student employee to join the College Information and Community Relations staff at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

As a casual part-time student photographer, Urey will provide coverage of campus activities for PCToday, the college’s news and information website; One College Avenue, the college magazine; the college’s public website; a student photo blog; press releases; and various marketing materials. He will also work in College Information and Community Relations’ photo studio and help full-time staff maintain the college’s digital photo database.

A resident of Selinsgrove, Urey has 25 years of experience in journalism and photography. He is a freelance sports photographer for newspapers in the region.

Craig R. Urey
Craig R. Urey

From 2000 until earlier this year, Urey worked in various journalistic roles at The (Sunbury) Daily Item including managing editor, copy editor and photographer. Prior to that, he served as a copy editor and reporter for Plastics News in Akron, Ohio, and as an assistant news editor and reporter at the Record-Courier in Kent, Ohio.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Susquehanna University and has completed some course work toward a master’s degree in journalism at Kent State University.

Urey has been named to the Penn College Dean’s List each semester during the pursuit of his Associate of Applied Science degree in renewable energy technologies.

Marc T. Kaylor
Marc T. Kaylor
Christopher J. Goodwin
Christopher J. Goodwin

Urey joins two other casual part-time student workers in College Information and Community Relations: Marc T. Kaylor, student photographer, and Christopher J. Goodwin, student video production assistant.

Kaylor, of Annville, a senior in aviation maintenance technology, joined the staff during the Fall 2012 semester. Goodwin, of Jericho, Vt., a junior in web design and interactive media, joined the creative team during the Spring 2013 semester.

For more about Penn College, which will mark 100 years as an educational institution of national reputation in 2014, email the Admissions Office or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

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