2019 FALL

Big League Gig

The Wildcat baseball team will serve as the tarp crew during the MLB Little League Classic, a major league game played on the team’s home field.

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Where Memory Serves

Penn College archivist Patricia A. Scott shares some of her favorite finds in the college’s history bank.

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‘Chopped’ Champ

In February, Kristina Wisneski, '13, became the second Penn College alumnus to win an episode of the popular TV show “Chopped.”

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Self-Study

Joey Morrin knew he’d someday find his way to his homeland. He was surprised that it found him through a study abroad opportunity at Penn College.

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Room to Grow

A new building quadruples the space for the college’s Wellsboro offerings and expands the number who can enroll in its Practical Nursing Program, helping to relieve the area’s nursing shortage.

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Preserving Family Photos  Expert Tips

Is Great Aunt Harriet looking a little pale these days? Read the college archivist's tips to keep your photographs looking their best.

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Epic Adventure  Penn College Family

When Joe Tavani travels, he likes to go off the beaten path.

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On the cover

Hundreds of incredibly detailed technical illustrations are among the treasures in the Penn College Archives. Readers received one of four alternate covers showcasing these works by former students. See Where Memory Serves for more pieces from the archives.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant Lab Niche

Breuder Advanced Technology & Health Sciences Center, Room W210

A haven for hands-on learning since it first welcomed students more than 30 years ago, the occupational therapy assistant lab was updated in 2018 to provide an even more realistic simulation space for students. Occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants help people with physical, developmental and psychosocial challenges learn how to use adaptive techniques and equipment to participate in the daily activities they need and want to do. “We recognize the value of one-on-one, hands-on application, providing as much clinical experience as we can,” said Jeanne M. Kerschner, program director. Each lecture includes a clinical competency, plus students complete fieldwork beyond what is required by current accreditation standards.

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