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Penn College Q&A Acquaints PFEW Students With Campus Surroundings


Admissions representative Patrick McCabe talks with PFEW participants about “degrees that work” and campus life at Penn College.
Admissions representative Patrick McCabe talks with PFEW participants about “degrees that work” and campus life at Penn College.
Students use their resources to answer a question posed by Anne K. Soucy, assistant dean of construction and design technologies, in the HVAC lab.
Students use their resources to answer a question posed by Anne K. Soucy, assistant dean of construction and design technologies, in the HVAC lab.
Whit Worman, director of the Physician Assistant Program, asks students in which Penn College lab PA students learn the ins and outs of the human body. (Answer? The Cadaver Lab.)
Whit Worman, director of the Physician Assistant Program, asks students in which Penn College lab PA students learn the ins and outs of the human body. (Answer? The Cadaver Lab.)
Frederick W. Becker, dean of business and hospitality, asks students what the French phrase “Le Jeune Chef” means.
Frederick W. Becker, dean of business and hospitality, asks students what the French phrase “Le Jeune Chef” means.

Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week students traversed campus Wednesday afternoon on a hunt for answers. The participants were tasked with answering questions at six locations, using smart phones or their own smarts. Along the way, they were given inside views of campus facilities and academic programs. At each station, a timer ticked the length of time it took students to come up with the correct answer. The top team will receive a pizza party, courtesy of Penn College’s Admissions Office.

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