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Students’ 3-D Designs are 2-Delightful for Words

A most menacing visage, courtesy of David S. Carlson
A most menacing visage, courtesy of David S. Carlson
Brendan S. Beppel, with his Sleepy Hollow-inspired creation
Brendan S. Beppel, with his Sleepy Hollow-inspired creation
Leander M. Shaffer turned his pumpkin into a first-place vehicle for artistic expression.
Leander M. Shaffer turned his pumpkin into a first-place vehicle for artistic expression.

About 40 students in Penn College’s School of Industrial, Computing & Engineering Technologies recently plied their considerable 3-D computer skills in a traditional activity that combines hands-on proficiency with Halloween playfulness. Students across three sections of Technical Drawing I and Detailing I – taught by Katherine A. Walker, assistant professor of engineering design technology; J.D. Mather, assistant professor of engineering design technology; and Craig A. Miller, instructor of engineering design technology – participated in the third annual virtual pumpkin-carving event. First-place winners, as chosen by faculty, were engineering design technology majors Brendan S. Beppel, of Royersford, and Leander M. Shaffer, of Lewisburg; and David S. Carlson, an engineering CAD technology student from Elizabethtown.
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