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College Lists New Faculty for 2000-01

Pennsylvania College of Technology recently hired new full-time faculty for the 2000-01 academic year.

The faculty members and their work areas are: John R. Cuprisin, associate professor, Automotive Technology/Ford ASSET; Paul W. Howe, assistant professor, Business Administration/Travel and Tourism; Bryan James, instructor, Mathematics; Ronald E. Kodish, assistant professor, Fitness and Lifetime Sports/Physical Fitness Specialty; Joseph E. LeBlanc, instructor, Physics; David M. Moyer, instructor, Graphic Design; Christopher E. Nickerson, assistant professor, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Technology/Mechanical Refrigeration Systems; Mark A. Rice, instructor, Electronics; and Karl C. Williamson, instructor, Printing and Publishing Technology.

Temporary full-time faculty hired for the 2000-01 academic year are: David C. Johnson, instructor, Diesel Technology; Shawn A. Kiser, instructor, Dental Hygiene; and Glenn R. Luse, instructor, Building Construction, Masonry.

Penn College employs approximately 260 full-time faculty in its eight academic schools.

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