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Student Earns 2005-06 Savoy Electronics Scholarship

Douglas B. MartinDouglas B. Martin, a student at Pennsylvania College of Technology, has received the John A. Savoy Scholarship for Electronics Applications for the 2005-06 academic year.

The scholarship is awarded each fall to a second-year student in an electronics major that emphasizes laser optics or fiber optics. The recipient is chosen based on scholastic achievement, dedication and leadership.

Martin, of Gap, is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in electronics engineering technology. He is a member of the Penn College student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and Campus Crusade for Christ.

He attributes his scholarship award in part to his grade-point average and award-winning projects.

As a student at Pequea Valley High School and a member of its Technology Student Association chapter, Martin entered electronic design prototype competitions in his junior and senior years. In his junior year, he built a wireless motion detector. In his senior year, he built a laser communication link that earned him first-place finishes in both regional and state competition. The state win qualified him for national competition in Nashville, Tenn., where he placed 10th in the nation.

For more information about the academic programs offered by the School of Industrial and Engineering Technologies at Penn College, call (570) 327-4520, send e-mail or visit online.

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