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Scholarship Memorializes Former Math Faculty Member

The Lloyd F. Woodling Memorial Scholarship has been established at Pennsylvania College of Technology to honor the memory of the father of faculty member Todd S. Woodling.

Todd Woodling, assistant professor of building automation technologies/HVAC electrical, and his mother, Mary Alice, started the scholarship to honor Lloyd Woodling, who taught mathematics for three and a half decades – 12 years in the Loyalsock Township School District and 23 years at Penn College (and its predecessor, Williamsport Area Community College) as an associate professor of mathematics.

The annual scholarship will focus on full-time students in their senior year who are enrolled in the building automation technology bachelor-degree major with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better.

Penn College scholarship donor Todd S. Woodling assists student Eric R. Kaminski, of Wilmington, Del., in a Building Automation Programming class.
Penn College scholarship donor Todd S. Woodling assists student Eric R. Kaminski, of Wilmington, Del., in a Building Automation Programming class.

“In working with students, I know the financial challenges they and their families face to earn a Penn College degree,” Todd Woodling said. “I am pleased that we can offer this support to building automation students.”

“I think this is a wonderful way to remember Lloyd and honor his time and commitment to Penn College students,” added Mary Alice Woodling.

“We’re extremely grateful to Todd and Mary Alice for participating in the Penn College Scholarship Campaign,” said Robb Dietrich, executive director of the Penn College Foundation. “With 35 years as an educator, Lloyd Woodling touched the lives of hundreds, if not thousands of young people. Establishing a scholarship in his memory ensures that he will continue to impact the lives of students.”

For more information about making a gift to the campaign or establishing a scholarship fund to support Penn College and its students, email or call the Institutional Advancement Office toll-free at 866-GIVE-2-PC (866-448-3272).

For more about Penn College, email the Admissions Office or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

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