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01.05.2022

Pennsylvania College of Technology names new president

Following a national search, Pennsylvania College of Technology has chosen Michael J. Reed to lead the institution as its eighth president, effective July 1.

The Penn College Board of Directors on Wednesday approved the choice of Reed, the college’s vice president for academic affairs and provost, after an extensive search process led by Storbeck Search, of Media. He will succeed longtime President Davie Jane Gilmour, who has announced that she will retire on June 30.

A native of Glenshaw, a Pittsburgh suburb, Reed is one of 10 siblings and a first-generation college student. He was selected from a group of three finalists for the position who met with students, faculty and staff in December.

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04.17.2020

Provost establishes ‘Unlock Tomorrow Scholarship’

Michael J. Reed, vice president for academic affairs/provost at Pennsylvania College of Technology, is sponsoring an annual scholarship to empower students who are passionate about hands-on, applied technology education.

Through the Unlock Tomorrow Scholarship, Reed’s professional passions and personal philanthropy are helping to break down financial barriers and create access to the unique and innovative educational model that has become a Penn College hallmark.

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