Photo of Bridal Veil Falls in Bushkill, Pa., was taken by Phil McDonald. His photographs are on display at the Gettysburg Campus through Oct. 5.
Spring 2012 Commencement photo - Gettysburg Campus
Waiting for the start of HACC's commencement ceremony Tuesday evening at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg are, from left, Jessica Halliden of Gettysburg and Stephanie Andrews of Hanover. Both attended the Gettysburg Campus. More than 1,600 students from HACC's five campuses graduated.
"Our Love for Animals" exhibit at Gettysburg Campus
Hanover artist Charlotte Yealey exhibits 33 of her pet portraits of dogs, cats, horses and other animals through the end of June.
Jack Handshaw and donated ceramic, “Hollyhock Leaves and Snail”
Jack Handshaw produces porcelains which he has been making for more than 30 years as Hobbit House Pottery in a circa 1790 farmhouse in Fairfield.
Erin Brown with her donated painting
Erin Brown of Ortanna, was one of three artists who recently donated one of their works to the Gettysburg Campus.
Roger Parsels and his donated painting, “Long Tail Ducks – New England Coast.”
Roger Parsels, New Oxford, is a retired public school instrumental music teacher. He bases his artwork on his own sketches and his extensive photographic file of birds and mammals, trips to Denali and Kemali national parks in Alaska, the Gettysburg National Military Park and numerous other national parks and wilderness areas.
Dog and motorcycle by scrap metal artist Edward D. Baltzell
The work of scrap metal artist Edward D. Baltzell is on display in the Learning Commons at HACC’s Gettysburg Campus through the fall. Baltzell is a member of the campus Safety and Security Department.
Jennifer Weaver - Vice President, Gettysburg Campus
Jennifer Weaver, vice president of HACC’s Gettysburg Campus, retired March 16 after 22 years of service.
In 1990, Weaver came to HACC with the vision to build a Gettysburg site that would meet the needs of people and businesses that call Adams County home. Under her leadership, the campus now attracts nearly 2,400 students and has expanded from limited courses to a wide range of associate degrees as well as a comprehensive program of workforce training courses and programs.
Phi Theta Kappa Spring 2012 - New members from Gettysburg Campus
HACC students from the Gettysburg Campus were recently inducted into Alpha Nu Omega chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honors society for community college students. Standing behind Phi Theta Kappa adviser and assistant professor of mathematics Catherine Frost, from left, row one: Nicole LaMotte, Meghan Schlesinger, Justin Harris, Todd Teal, Debra Arena, Kelly Elkins. Row two: Lori Kemper, Jeri Hensley, Martha Clausman, Joseph Paradise, Laurel Bollinger. Row three: Courtney Weibley, Heather Stauffer, Debra Carpenter, Kristi Trone, Glenn Muir. Row four: Kimberley Sites, Angela Griffith, Hannah R. Wolfe, Yadeiry Desena.
Gettysburg Campus associate degree nursing graduates - fall 2011
December graduates of the associate degree nursing program at HACC-Gettysburg Campus received their nursing pins in a ceremony recently. Shown are, from left, front row: Deanna Martin, Angela Acampa, Maricela Marquez, Jessica Miller, Stacey Miller, Renee Keller.
Second row: Bethany Runshaw, Christine Dayton, Kristine Shepard, Jordan Sultzbaugh, Diana Muthami, Erica Gallegos, Ashley Eckman.
Back row: Jammie Creager, Jenna Rembecki, Theresa Carrico, Michelle Schultz, Michael Bragg, Dennis Zinn, Kelly McSweeney, Stephanie Smith, April Mason.