Name The College Of Engineering’s Celebratory Creamery Flavor
Penn State’s engineering students consistently use their book smarts to nail exams, push boundaries, and learn math and science most other folks would groan at. Now, they need to put their brains to use for something even more important: ice cream.
As part of the College of Engineering’s 125th-anniversary celebration next year, Penn State’s Berkey Creamery will temporarily rename its Scholar’s Chip flavor to honor the academic college throughout 2021. But to do so, it needs your help.
“We want to select a name that represents what our college stands for, celebrating our illustrious past while looking forward to an exciting future,” Dean Justin Schwartz said in an email to engineering students. “As integral members of our community, we need your help.”
College of Engineering students, faculty, and staff can submit their flavor suggestions through September 1. Once every submission is received, Schwartz will choose the top three names and have engineering students determine the winner. The individual who sends in the winning name will receive a complimentary Creamery gift card.
“We look forward to seeing what creative names our community comes up with, so have fun with it!” Schwartz wrote.
Although Scholar’s Chip’s vanilla ice cream and chocolate chips isn’t the most dynamic flavor combination to work with, we’re sure engineering students will knock this out of the park. Our pick? Micro-chocolate-chip. Get it? Computer science?? Ha!
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