Author Talks on Writing Williamson History Book

February 22nd, 2017|

Andy Miller, author of the book, Williamson College of the Trades, spoke about his two years of researching, writing, and, finally, publishing his book on Williamson’s history with Arcadia Publishing to an audience of alumni, friends, faculty, staff, and students in the Clara Schrenk Memorial Chapel on Wednesday. Miller began his work nearly three years [...]

Williamson is Offering 3-day course “Introduction to Large Thermal Power Generation Plants”

February 17th, 2017|

Course Snapshot: 3-day continuing education course focusing on large, field-erected steam generators with a 500,000 to 7 million pounds per hour steam-generation rating Professional Development Hours: 16 PDHs Includes Five Power Plant Tours: Williamson, Liberty, Logan, Eddystone, and Marcus Hook Energy Center Cost: $995 per participant Whether you are a seasoned power industry employee, [...]

Another ‘Immensely’ Successful Career Fair Held

February 17th, 2017|

The winter Career Fair in the Restall Sports Center was “immensely successful” with 88 companies represented, four colleges and universities, and three branches of the military, said Margaret “Weemie” Kingham, placement director and organizer of the event. “I don’t think the students realize it, but all of those people were there to hire them. There [...]

Bonenberger 7W9 Gives Keynote Address At Founder’s Day 2017

February 10th, 2017|

William Bonenberger 7W9, board chairman, in his keynote Founder’s Day address Thursday evening in the Clara Schrenk Memorial Chapel, said “Isaiah Williamson founded a school that has stood the test of time. It has been leading young men to success for about 130 years. Every year we take 100 freshmen who have few options in [...]

Williamson History Book is Now Available

February 8th, 2017|

Williamson College of the Trades, a history book written by Neumann University history instructor Andrew Miller, featuring a foreword by President Michael Rounds, and printed by Arcadia Publishing, is now available. Miller spent one and a half years researching and writing the book about Williamson’s past and gathering the photographs, many of which are rare. [...]

Williamson Named 2016 Business of the Year

December 16th, 2016|

Williamson College of the Trades was named the 2016 Business of the Year by the Middletown Township Business and Professional Association (MBPA) at their holiday luncheon at Neumann University’s Mirenda Center on Wednesday. Williamson was chosen because of its support of the business community and contributions to the overall quality of life in the township. [...]

Williamson Receives First-Place in Reimagine Education Competition

December 8th, 2016|

Williamson College of the Trades came in first place in the “Ethical Leadership” category  at Reimagine Education 2016, a global competition designed to recognize higher education teaching methods that enhance learning and employability throughout the world. The competition, hosted by the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, included 15 categories and such prestigious competitors [...]

Rowan Hall Dedication Ceremony Held

November 17th, 2016|

With words of praise and admiration for Henry Rowan from a host of illustrious speakers, Williamson’s main administration building, known for many years as the Main Building, was dedicated forever as Rowan Hall, in honor of Rowan, who passed away Dec. 9, 2015, in a ceremony in the building’s lobby Tuesday morning. After an invocation [...]

Trustee Clemens Honored by Association of Fundraising Professionals

November 8th, 2016|

Williamson Trustee Richard G. Clemens was recognized as a Distinguished Honoree by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Greater Philadelphia Chapter, at the 31st Annual National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon in Philadelphia recently. Clemens, a senior partner at Sidley Austin LLP, one of the largest and most prestigious law firms in the United States, until his [...]

Give Something Back Foundation Provides $500,000 to Williamson for Scholarships

November 3rd, 2016|

Forty high school students will be able to receive a free education at Williamson thanks to the Give Something Back Foundation (Give Back). Give Back founder Robert Carr presented a gift of $250,000, which was matched with a $250,000 gift from Williamson trustee Richard Clemens, a retired senior partner at Sidley Austin LLP, to Williamson [...]