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Member of Business Faculty Again Honored at Entrepreneurship Event

Dennis R. WilliamsA member of Pennsylvania College of Technology’s business faculty was honored during a recent conference for “outstanding leadership in the field of business creativity and entrepreneurship.”

Dennis R. Williams, an associate professor of business administration in the college’s School of Business and Computer Technologies, was awarded an “Entrepreneurship 101” plaque during the 23rd Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum held last month in Orlando, Fla.

One of only two repeat winners among this year’s 150 honorees, Williams additionally received a scholarship toward his conference costs.

The event was sponsored by the Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education, an international organization that provides leadership and advocacy for the growth of entrepreneurship education as a lifelong learning process.

To learn more about majors offered by the School of Business and Computer Technologies at Penn College, call (570) 327-4517, send e-mail or visit online.

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