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College Welcomes Faculty, Other New Employees

Among the latest additions to the Pennsylvania College of Technology community are new or transferred full-time faculty members for the Fall 2018 semester, as provided by the Human Resources Office.

School of Industrial, Computing & Engineering Technologies

  • Allen Heimbach, computer information technology
  • Anthony Joy, welding
  • Jose Perez, plastics technology
  • Shane Schreck, engineering design technology
  • Krishna Vistarakula, manufacturing engineering technology


School of Science, Humanities & Visual Communications

  • Mary M. Kulpon, mathematics lecturer
  • James D. Suderman, English-composition
  • John F. Tamblin, chemistry
  • Elizabeth Winder, human services


School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies

  • Jeremy Bell, diesel equipment technology


Among nonfaculty positions effective this week:

  • Casey L. Cioffi, Shannon M. Davidson, Jessica A. Fink, Sarah G. LeKites, Joshua T. Morea, Holly M. Stake and Rebecca L. Wood, regular part-time Dining Services Worker I
  • Angela D. Lowe, regular part-time Dining Services Worker II
  • Jennah K. Irish, regular part-time Dining Services Worker III
  • Alicia D. Loveland, regular part-time Science Laboratory Technician; School of Sciences, Humanities & Visual Communications

Only new college hires and employees transferring from one internal position to another in certain situations are reported.

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