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Full-time faculty among new employees

Among the latest additions to the Pennsylvania College of Technology community are new full-time faculty members for the Fall 2019 semester, as provided by the Human Resources Office (all effective Aug. 15).

Madigan Library

  • Elizabeth Waugh, librarian, virtual and distance learning initiatives

School of Construction & Design Technologies

  • Charles Warren, building construction technology

School of Industrial, Computing & Engineering Technologies

  • Matthew Bell, Sean Turnbach and Cody Wolfe, welding
  • Alex Marconnet, engineering design technology

School of Nursing & Health Sciences

  • Bridget Motel, dental hygiene

School of Sciences, Humanities & Visual Communications

  • Andrea Campbell and Eric Nagy, English composition and technical communication
  • Jillian Scanlon, early childhood education

Among other new employees:

  • Heidi Roupp, full-time Disability Services and Deaf Services Specialist, effective Aug. 12
  • Rachel M. Hastings, Dining Services Worker I, effective Aug. 12

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

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