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Penn College Faculty Attend Cisco Networking Academy Conference

Jeff Weaver, Cisco Area Academy Manager Marie Zwickert%3B and Stan BolerPennsylvania College of Technology faculty from the electronics and computer engineering technology department spent part of their summer updating their skills with colleagues from across the United States.

Stan Boler and Jeff Weaver, associate professors, attended the Cisco Networking Academy Conference 2007 in Cleveland July 9-11, where they attended workshops covering wireless LAN technology, Internet Protocol version 6 implementations, and updates to the Cisco Certified Network Associate and Professional curricula.

Penn College is a Cisco Networking Academy, providing education/training in computer network routing and switching equipment leading to CCNA and CCNP industry certifications. For more information on how you can improve your skills and opportunities in the workplace, contact Jeff Weaver at ext. 7702.

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