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Governance Celebrates Anniversary With Informative Drop-In Session


Outgoing and incoming members of College Council line a stairwell between floors of the Bush Campus Center.
Outgoing and incoming members of College Council line a stairwell between floors of the Bush Campus Center.
The leadership of Penn College Governance over the past three decades – 16 chairs from past to present – is depicted in a commemorative PowerPoint slide.
The leadership of Penn College Governance over the past three decades – 16 chairs from past to present – is depicted in a commemorative PowerPoint slide.

A Tuesday celebration in Penn’s Inn marked this year’s 30th anniversary of Penn College’s Governance system. About 100 members of the campus community – students, deans and faculty/staff – stopped by for coffee and cookies, chatted with representatives about the role of internal governance at the college, and shared ideas for the future.  A brief PowerPoint presentation highlighted the history and significant accomplishments of Governance. Among those on hand to visit with were Tina M. Evans, associate professor of applied health studies, chair; Edward J. Almasy, associate professor of electronics, vice chair; and Craig A. Miller, associate professor of history/political science.

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