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Students Draw Inspiration From Nature’s Palette


From left are students Michael S. Fischer, Renee E. Smith, Benjamin D. Rubinstein, Michael R. Perkins, Nicholas J. Krupka, Ian F. Krizner and Cory D. Karges A rain-swollen stream rushes its woodland course Surrounded by natural beauty Awed by the view A group of students in Penn College’s industrial and human factors design major found creative inspiration in the beautiful countryside at Rock Run this week. Students in the four-year major, offered through the college’s School of Integrated Studies, focus on blending creativity, art and technology into product and system design. Thursday’s Rock Run visit offered an introduction into interaction design, which considers user interfaces and the creation of user experiences. Photos by Michael S. Fischer, student photographer, and Thomas E. Ask, associate professor of industrial and human factors design

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