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Virginia College’s Staff Tours School of Industrial and Engineering Technologies


 Lawrence J. Fryda, left, dean of industrial and engineering technologies, answers questions about one of Penn College's electronics laboratories Architect Damon Sheppard photographs toolroom storage with explanation from Edward N. Hunt, repair technician/toolroom attendant Several faculty and staff members from John Tyler Community College in Midlothian, Va., toured the School of Industrial and Engineering Technologies on Friday, led by Dean Lawrence J. Fryda. The Virginia college is constructing a new building for its industrial arts program and sought Penn College’s “exemplary” industrial and engineering facilities as an example. Architects for the project, from Burt, Hill Associates, joined the tour.

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