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Henriette K. Evans Elected Representative to State Association’s Board


Henriette K. EvansHenriette K. Evans, an Act 101 Academic and Career Specialist in the Office of Academic Support Services at Pennsylvania College of Technology, has been elected the Northeast Regional Representative to the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Association of Developmental Educators for 2005-07.

In that position, Evans will provide leadership to her region, promote communication, maintain the finances of the region and preside over the regional meeting at the annual conference.

She will coordinate one regional workshop each year on a theme suggested by her PADE constituents, and will report on the finances and provide receipts to the PADE treasurer concerning those workshops.Evans also will provide a written reportfrom her region for each issue of The PADE Informer, the association’s newsletter.

Developmental education is a field of practice and research within higher education with a theoretical foundation in developmental psychology and learning theory. It promotes the cognitive and affective growth of all postsecondary learners, at all levels of the learning continuum.

For that purpose, PADE (a state chapter of the National Association of Developmental Educators) provides a forum for postsecondary educators, learning-assistance staff, counselors and administrators who help learners at all levels of preparedness realize their full academic potential.

Community colleges, four-year public and private colleges and universities, and two year non-community colleges throughout Pennsylvania and neighboring states have PADE members. Board meetings are held at least four times a year.

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