Last updated: March 02. 2013 7:22PM - 1689 Views
By JOE HEALEY jhealey@psdispatch.com

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Luzerne County Community College recently held an information night for engineering, trades and technology programs at the college’s Advanced Technology Center and Building 2. Participants had the opportunity to meet with faculty and employers as well as tour the College’s technology facilities. From left, first row, are Mark Carpentier, Wyoming, assistant director, financial aid, LCCC; Joe DeSanto, Pittston, professor, engineering technology and chair, technology, LCCC; and Mark Kobusky, Plymouth, coordinator, trade and technologies, LCCC. Second row, Dr. Gary Mrozinski, Taylor, dean of business and technologies, LCCC; Dr. Dana Charles Clark, Kingston, provost and vice president, academic affairs, LCCC; David Jadick, Old Forge, human resource staff officer, Tobyhanna Army Depot; Avery Gretton, Shavertown, adjunct faculty, LCCC and architect, Arch Avery Gretton; Mark Rutkowski, Nanticoke, professor, technology and coordinator, innovative technology, LCCC; Ed Hennigan, Exeter, assistant director, admissions, LCCC; William J. Liotta, Sugarloaf, assistant professor, electrical construction, LCCC; Mark Zluchowski, Plains, student ambassador, LCCC; Rosana Reyes, dean, enrollment management and student development, LCCC; and Debbie Boyson, Exeter, counselor, LCCC.

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