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Faculty Member Named to Board of International Travel Organization

A faculty member in the School of Business and Computer Technologies at Pennsylvania College of Technology was elected recently to the board of directors of the International Society of Travel & Tourism Educators.

Paul W. Howe, assistant professor of business administration/travel and tourism, will serve a two-year term on the ISTTE board.

The ISTTE is an international organization of more than 300 educators in travel, tourism and related fields. All levels of educational institutions are represented, including professional schools, high schools, four-year colleges and graduate-degree-granting institutions.

The Michigan-based organization works to enhance tourism curricula and collaborates with industry professionals to foster professional development and growth opportunities.

For more information about ISTTE, visit on the Web. For more information about Penn College, visit online or call 1-800-367-9222.

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