Delaware Tech students attend NeoCon East

Architectural Engineering Technology, Construction Management Technology, and Architectural Engineering Interior Design students and faculty gather at NeoCon East. Pictured in back (l-r) are  instructor Dave Pedersen, Kevin Prag, Bahram Movlanov, Zachary Veasey, Micaela Younger, Rendell Campbell, Leah Isip, Conan Garret, John Gravatt, Mike Panchisin, Greg Latchford, Abebaw Berihun, Casey Carbine, Kristina Multani and instructor Steve Cannon; in third row, instructor Heidi Gurdo, Samantha Swyka, Raquel Hernandez-Roque, Akilah Evans, Ericka Keen, Christian Bedolla-Gomez, Lori Kirk, Zionna Adamolekun, Lisa Dvorak, and instructor Dr. R.J. Chandler Sr.: kneeling in second row, Shawna Kirlin and May Nahba; in front, Dajuan Short, Johnny Keller, Shameck Boucher, Joshua Keesser and Rachel Landis. COURTESY SUBMITTED
November 4, 2013

A group of 33 Architectural Engineering Technology, Construction Management, and Architectural Engineering Interior Design students and faculty from Delaware Technical Community College attended the NeoCon East exhibition at the Baltimore Convention Center Oct. 17.

NeoCon East is the largest commercial interiors expo and conference on the East Coast for the architectural and design community. Architects, interior designers and industry professionals convene to discuss innovation in design and sustainability. Students were exposed to state-of-the-art products and cutting-edge design practices.

Students also toured the School of Architecture & Planning at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Md., and met Morgan State University faculty and students.

Delaware Technical Community College offers associate degrees as well as connected degrees with local and regional colleges and universities.


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