Students in York College of Pennsylvania’s new Ecological Action course worked on a plan for Tyler Run and led the way for further research across departments.
Colin Evans ’24 wanted to help the hospital where his mom works as a respiratory therapist. He got to work printing items they were in desperate need of to fight COVID-19.
Evan Lehr ’20 has always seen potential in the use of 3D printers. What he didn’t expect was that he could use it to help those responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Daniel Kazal ’16 had his mind set on opening a brewery when he was an undergrad Chemistry major at York College. When his plans didn’t work out, he pursued applied spectroscopy, the study of interaction between light and matter.