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Faculty Members Among New Penn College Employees

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PCToday continues its regular feature welcoming new full-time and regular part-time Pennsylvania College of Technology employees, as reported by the Human Resources Office.

Among the latest additions to the college community are these faculty members for the Fall 2010 semester, as provided by the Human Resources Office (all effective Aug. 12):

School of Construction and Design Technologies

  • Arthur Counterman, Electrical Technologies and Occupations (Temporary)
  • Joseph Raup, Electrical Technologies and Occupations (Temporary)

School of Health Sciences

  • Melissa Hudson, Nursing

School of Industrial and Engineering Technologies

  • Aaron Biddle, Welding
  • David Fedor,Civil Engineering Technology
  • Michele Robbins, Welding
  • Jay Schwandt, Civil Engineering Technology

School of Integrated Studies

  • Sung Hun Choi, Graphic Design
  • Evonne Haines, Mathematics
  • Lisa Jacobs, Mathematics (Temporary)
  • Benjamin Koch, Mathematics (Temporary)
  • Elizabeth Narcisi,Biology (Anatomy and Physiology)
  • Douglas Sherry, Ethics/Philosophy (Temporary)

School of Transportation Technology

  • Christopher Trapani, Automotive

Among the latest staff additions:

  • Jodi Binkley, Early Childhood Lab Assistant, School of Integrated Studies, starting Aug. 18
  • Shawn Smith, Electrician/Maintenance Worker, General Services, beginning Aug. 16
  • Deborah Lengel, Secretary, Workforce Development & Continuing Education, effective Aug. 16
  • Christopher Baca, Regular Part-Time Information Center Clerk, effective Aug. 16
  • Noelle Bloom, Assistant Director II, Dining Services, starting Aug. 14
  • Frederick March, Residence Hall Security Officer, College Police, effective Aug. 12

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