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Penn College Highly Visible at Signature State Event

Welding student Jeffrey T. Tudor, who recently showed his Penn College Pride by helping to display a college banner with other students stationed in Afghanistan, gets an autographed apron from a grateful Chef Paul E. Mach A makeshift operating room provides a learning lab for these visitors with Elizabeth A. Shively, clinical director, surgical technology Barbara A. Danko, director of alumni relations (second from right), gathers Penn College graduates for a group photo during a welcoming breakfast From left, School of Hospitality students Kimberly J. Caputzal, Rachel M. Emmons and Jennifer A. Krystek take part in a cooking challenge With the help of a simulated patient (and Kimberly A. Brenchley, learning lab coordinator, nursing) Farm Show visitors learn to use a stethoscope Penn College is well-represented on a number of fronts at the Pennsylvania Farm Show, under way through Saturday in Harrisburg. Special events specific to a variety of Penn College academic schools are interspersed throughout the popular eight-day event, and the Admissions and Alumni Relations offices are on hand daily.
Photos by Micah A. Metzel, an alumnus currently enrolled in technology management; Nathan D. Smyth, assistant dean of health sciences; and Becky J. Shaner, alumni relations assistant

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