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Washington State Community College Business, Engineering & Industrial Technology Department Showcases Impressive Array of Skills at Annual Open House

MARIETTA, OHIO (November 18, 2015) –The seductive roar of the V10 engine of a Dodge Viper pierced the hallways of Washington State Community College at the recent Business, Engineering, Industrial Technologies & Workforce Development department's open house. Harnessed to a Dyno machine, students revved the sports car's engine to showcase the impressive 450 hp and 528 foot pounds of torque. Speed topped out at 160 mph and left the spectators in awe.

WSCC Digital Tech Students Aid in Updating St. John's Central Catholic School's Technology

MARIETTA, Ohio (November 12, 2015) – Students from the Microcomputer & Diagnostics class put their skills to the test when they recently helped St. John's Central School configure some newly acquired technology.



MARIETTA, Ohio (October 23, 2015) –
Washington State Community College (WSCC) is excited to announce the October Student of the Month. The program was created to recognize those students that strive for success by overcoming obstacles and committing to complete their education. WSCC has selected Corina Neff for recognition as the October Student of the Month.



MARIETTA, Ohio (October 21, 2015) –
Washington State Community College (WSCC) hosted approximately 1,300 students at the 23rd annual Young Engineers and Scientists (YES) Days on Oct. 15 & 16. Designed to get students interested in careers in science and engineering, the program gives students an opportunity to hear directly from local businesses about how they incorporate science and engineering into daily practice.



MARIETTA, Ohio (October 12, 2015) –
The Auto/Diesel Technology Program at Washington State Community College (WSCC) recently added a brand new, state-of-the-art John Bean V3400 wireless imaging wheel alignment system to its automotive lab.  WSCC invested $26,000 for the purchase of the automotive and light truck wheel alignment machine, sold by Snap-on, which includes the wheel alignment machine, Vehicle Identification Number reader, and dual wheel adaptor. The John Bean alignment machine provides flexible installation, usage and mobility options and has patented digital camera tracking that automatically adjusts to the height of the vehicle being worked on. With the machine’s installation in September 2015, it is now available for hands-on use by students in the classroom. 

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