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Biology Faculty Member Named to ‘Who’s Who in America’


Chris E. KuleChris E. Kule, assistant professor of biology (anatomy/physiology) at Pennsylvania College of Technology, was selected for inclusion in the 2010 Edition of “Who’s Who in America.”

The 2010 Edition which is scheduled for publication in October will feature more than 95,000 of the nation’s highest achievers: from business and politics to health care and science, to entertainment and the arts. The biographies are compiled by Marquis Who’s Who editors using standards developed more than 110 years ago.

Kule earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from The Pennsylvania State University, and he holds a doctorate in cellular and molecular physiology from the Penn State College of Medicine. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the Weis Center for Research/Geisinger Clinic, and he taught at Bloomsburg University, Dickinson College and Cabrini College before joining the faculty at Penn College.

He was a recipient of the Evan Pugh Scholar Award and Graduate School Fellowship from Penn State, and he received postdoctoral fellowship awards from the American Heart Association and the National Institutes of Health.

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