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Assistant Vice President at Penn College Awarded Doctorate


Tracy L. BrundageTracy L. Brundage, assistant vice president for workforce and economic development at Pennsylvania College of Technology, has earned a doctorate from The Pennsylvania State University.

Brundage was awarded a Ph.D. in workforce education with a major in training and human resource management on Dec. 17.

Her dissertation was titled “A Study Examining the Value of Pre-Employment Training Conducted by the Marcellus Shale Education and Training Center in Response to the Needs of the Gas and Oil Industry.”

Brundage, who has been employed by the college since 2007, previously served as managing director, workforce development and continuing education.

Before working at Penn College, Brundage was director of continuing education at Penn State York; director of workforce development and continuing education at Harrisburg Area Community College, Lancaster; software education instructor for PC Focus, Lancaster; training coordinator for DynCorp Postal Operations Division, York; and a training specialist for Learning Systems International, Washington, D.C.

She holds a Master’s in Education in training and development from Penn State and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Gettysburg College.

Brundage’s professional memberships include the local chapter of the American Society for Training and Development, the Clinton County Economic Development Partnership and the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce.

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