The Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association (TEECA) chapter at Millersville received seven awards after competing in the annual TEECA Eastern Regional Conference in Virginia Beach from November 11-13. Millersville University’s chapter, which competed in nine events, was represented by 29 members and two faculty advisors. Additional opportunities at this conference included a job fair where students could speak with recruiters, a banquet and many opportunities to engage with peers and network with college faculty.

Millersville students received the following awards:

Tom Bacho, Greg Schneider, Robert Shirley and Sarah Wilson received first place in the category of communication. Shirley also placed third in the technology challenge.

Brian Souder, George Wagenmann, Anthony Burkle and Catherine Edwards placed first in the category of automated systems design.

Kevin Bond, Lester Davis, Ryan Haugh, Tyler Roth, Travis Bisbing and Kelly Wingert received second place in the manufacturing contest. Haugh also received third place in the technology challenge.

Thomas Larson, Dustin Keyser and Lauren Atkins placed second in the teaching lesson category.  Larson also received third place in the technology challenge.

Molly Miller, Alisha Gerhart and Cortney Hauer placed third in the category of elementary design. Miller also received third place in the technology challenge.

Nathan Hanson, Josh Grannetino, Bryan Parrish, Korbin Shearer and Amanda Osbun received third place in the category of transportation.

For more information, contact Dr. Sharon Brusic, associate professor of applied engineering, safety and technology and Millersville’s TEECA co-advisor, at or 717-871-5548.

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