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Former Penn College Administrator Named Keystone President


Tracy L. Brundage addresses a Keystone College audience Wednesday after a streaming-video announcement of her selection as that institution's president.Tracy L. Brundage, whose service to higher education includes 10 years at Pennsylvania College of Technology, has been named as Keystone College’s 11th president. Wednesday afternoon’s announcement by John F. Pullo Sr., who chairs Keystone’s board of trustees, was the culmination of an extensive national search to fill the position to be vacated by the July departure of David L. Coppola. Brundage, selected from among 167 candidates, has served since August as Keystone’s provost and vice president of academic affairs. “I congratulate Tracy on being named president of Keystone College,” Penn College President Davie Jane Gilmour said. “Tracy served with distinction in a variety of leadership roles here at Penn College, including vice president for workforce development and as a member of President’s Council. Her knowledge, skills, experience and commitment make her well-suited for this new role. I, along with the Penn College community, wish her all the best.” Brundage holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Gettysburg College; and a master’s in training and development and a doctorate in workforce education and development, both from Penn State University.

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