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A Note From the President


Pennsylvania College of Technology President Davie Jane Gilmour issued this statement Thursday:

“The transition of leadership at Penn State is more than national news; it is an issue that strikes close to the hearts and minds of all of us at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

“As educators, our lives are committed to nurturing young lives. We are appalled at the accusations of abuse that have been made.

“I have confidence that, in the days and weeks to come, a competent and committed transition team will steer Penn State along a path of integrity, purpose, and commitment to excellence in education.

“We look forward to a period of transition and healing that will restore the public’s confidence in this important institution.

“A statement released this morning by the interim leadership may be viewed online .”

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