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New Chief Academic Officer Greets Penn College Responsibilities

Visiting Dauphin Hall Affirming safety precautions Gauging the lay of the landPenn College’s new vice president for academic affairs/provost officially began his duties Thursday, touring main campus and further familiarizing himself with his surroundings. From left in photos, Paul L. Starkey peers through the sunshine at Dauphin Hall, the college’s newest on-campus housing, with President Davie Jane Gilmour; examines a “smoke-eating” air-purification system in a renovated welding laboratory; and joins Bill Mack, assistant dean of industrial and engineering technologies, in surveying areas where new welding equipment will make its home.

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