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Caila N. FlanaganHallie S. HarrimanMichael E. Highland IISophia G. WiestConnections Links are ready to greet Penn College’s Fall 2020 class! Although orientation may look very different this summer, four campus leaders are prepared to give incoming students and their families a virtual Penn College welcome. Offering their friendly faces via social media and through online chats, these knowledgeable Links are ready to facilitate networking and answer a wide range of questions. Registrants will receive an email invitation before the Connections experience begins in mid-July. This year’s Links are (above, from left) Caila N. Flanagan, Williamsport, business administration: management concentration; Hallie S. Harriman, Mifflinburg, information technology sciences-gaming and simulation; Michael E. Highland II, Slatington, electronics and computer engineering technology; and Sophia G. Wiest, Butler, entrepreneurial innovation.
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