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Penn State Intercom......February 21, 2002

This archive photo shows engineering students at Penn State Worthington Scranton.

This archive photo shows the old Scranton Center, which offered Penn State associate degree programs in two technological fields.


In nice weather, some faculty opt to hold class outside on the 45-acre grounds of Penn State Worthington Scranton in Dunmore.
Photo: Scott Johnson


The new Penn State All-Sports Museum, located in the expanded southwest corner of Beaver Stadium on the University Park campus, officially opened to the public Sunday, Feb. 17. The museum is full of photos, awards and other artifacts from decades of Penn State sports tradition. Visitors also can browse the museum gift store, located off the main entrance. Admission is free, but visitors will need to obtain a souvenir ticket at the museum reception desk for entry into the exhibits. For more photos, check the Web at To visit the museum online and obtain hours of operation, go to
Photo: Tysen Kendig

Lori Mitchell, a recent Penn State graduate and Schreyer Honors College scholar, currently has five large oil paintings on display at the Art Alley, HUB-Robeson Center on the University Park campus. The paintings, which represent her honors thesis, are on exhibit through March 1.


"A Jamaican Voice: The Life and Poetry of Vivian Virtue" is on display in 104 Paterno Library on the University Park campus, through March 15. Additional information on this exhibit is available on the Web at

Still life


Karen Rutt, a sophomore majoring in art education, sketches a still life in the Art 111 class on the University Park campus. Charles Cave, associate professor of art, is the instructor.
Photo: Greg Grieco

More space at the museum


Construction on the third floor of the Palmer Museum of Art on the University campus continues. The new space will be used for administrative offices while the second- floor gallery space will be expanded.
Photo: Greg Grieco

Penn State DuBois wildlife technology student Wayne Bryndel of Ridgway, foreground, provides light from atop his hat as student Brian Jones of Derry immobilizes a saw-whet owl so instructor Keely Tolley-Roen can attach a band to its leg.

High-tech educational tool

The Life Lion helicopter was brought to University Park as part of the first-year seminar AEROSP 097S, Hands-On Helicopters, to give freshmen a chance to check out a working rotorcraft vehicle. Students were able to ask the crew questions as well as examine the aircraft. The course is taught by Anna Howard, instructor, and Edward Smith, associate professor of aerospace engineering.
Photo: Greg Grieco

Students were able to get an up-close look at the configuration of the various parts of the helicopter.
Photo: Greg Grieco

The interior of the helicopter is set up so that critical care teams are able to provide an intensive care environment during transport, above. Below, Scott Christensen, the flight nurse for the Life Lion, shows how the gurney is pulled out for the patients.
Photos: Greg Grieco