Skip to main content
Main Penn College Website

College Administrator Conducts Seminar at National Conference

Henryk R. MarcinkiewiczPennsylvania College of Technology’s associate vice president for academic affairs discussed institutional planning for using technology in instruction during this month’s EDUCAUSE 2006 conference in Texas.

Henryk R. Marcinkiewicz provided his colleagues with advice on “Planning for Faculty Development: Integrating Instruction with Technology” during the opening day of the Oct. 9-12 conference at the Dallas Convention Center, which is billed as the “premier information technology event in higher education.”

Focused on the theme “Spurring Innovation and Marshalling Resources,” the diverse program offers attendees a variety of sessions to gather information, engage with peers in the higher-education IT community and hear from leading figures in the field.

Marcinkiewicz a Penn College administrator since Summer 2001 earned a doctorate in instructional systems from The Pennsylvania State University, a master’s degree in education (teaching English as a second language) from Temple University and a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Montclair State College, New Jersey.

EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association, the mission of which is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology. Its current membership comprises more than 2,000 colleges, universities and educational organizations, including 200 corporations, with 15,000 active members.

For more information about Penn College, call toll free (800) 367-9222 or visit online .

Related Stories

Faculty & Staff
SGA celebrates 2020-21 lineup of all-star classmates, employees
Read more
Kendra F. Boell, physician assistant instructor, administers a vaccine to Miguel A. Callado, a construction management student residing in Williamsport. Faculty & Staff
Students, employees inoculated at collaborative on-campus clinic
Read more
Chad L. Karstetter, horticulturist/motor pool lead person (and a 1999 forest technology alumnus), cuts with a chainsaw while Gregory A. Weaver, an HVAC-refrigeration mechanic, pulls brush. Faculty & Staff
A green, pristine calling card: ‘Penn College was here’
Read more