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Stretching the Bonds of Education


Sami A. Al Anazi, Fadhil A. Aljishi and Mohmmed AlNasser
Sami A. Al Anazi, Fadhil A. Aljishi and Mohmmed AlNasser
Fadhil A. Aljishi graduated from the plastics and polymer engineering technology degree in December.
Fadhil A. Aljishi graduated from the plastics and polymer engineering technology degree in December.
Penn College laboratories offer advanced plastics education not available in Saudi Arabia.
Penn College laboratories offer advanced plastics education not available in Saudi Arabia.

Appearing in the Spring 2013 issue of One College Avenue magazine: Adjusting almost seamlessly to a new language in a technical field, as well as new foods, new weather and a new culture, 15 students from Saudi Arabia have found their “dream college.”

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