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Local news site profiles Penn College’s ‘helping hands’


On the Pulse’s Anne Reiner recently interviewed Sandra L. Richmond, dean of nursing and health sciences, and Eric K. Albert, associate professor of automated manufacturing and machining, about Penn College’s response to the needs of health care professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic. “We need to do what we can do right now,” Richmond said. “This was an absolute must … so we did provide these supplies and, certainly, we’re going to continue to reach out to our clinical partners and let them know we’re here to support them in any way that we can based on the evolving needs that they have.”

 

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