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Assistant Professor of Engineering Daudi Waryoba leads honors students from Clearfield Area High School's physics program on a tour through the campus engineering lab.
Assistant Professor of Engineering Daudi Waryoba (center) leads honors students from Clearfield Area High School's physics program on a tour through the campus engineering lab.
11/3/2011 —

Students in the Honors Physics Class at Clearfield Area High School toured the Engineering Lab and Information Science and Technology (IST) Lab at Penn State DuBois on Wednesday. 

 

In all, 18 students visited the labs, where they learned about the programs and courses that use the facilities.  Specifically, Penn State DuBois offers two and four year engineering degrees, as well as opportunities to complete a two year or four year degree in IST, all of which rely heavily on laboratory facilities.   

 

Campus faculty members offered demonstrations of equipment that Penn State DuBois students use in their classes, and explained how classroom lessons are applied in the labs.  Offering demonstrations were Assistant Professor of Engineering Craig Stringer, Assistant Professor of Engineering Daudi Waryoba, and IST Instructor Jason Long. 

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