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Penn College names assistant dean of academic operations


Anthony J. Pace has been appointed assistant dean of academic operations at Pennsylvania College of Technology, effective Sept. 23.

Pace has served as director of student engagement/student activities at Penn College since August 2016. He began his employment with the college in June 2014 as assistant director of student activities for student organizations and orientation. Before joining Penn College, he served as student life coordinator/FYRST (First Year Residents Succeeding Together) Program coordinator at Lycoming College.

Anthony J. PaceA New Jersey native, Pace holds a Master of Arts in student services administration and a Bachelor of Arts in political science, both from Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey. He is a graduate of Leadership Lycoming.

“We are excited to have Anthony join academic affairs as our new assistant dean of academic operations,” said Michael J. Reed, vice president for academic affairs/provost. “He presents a comprehensive range of systems-based leadership skills and experiences essential for this role, and he demonstrates a genuine passion for continual improvement.

“The assistant dean of academic operations will be interfacing with every division and school on our campus, and Anthony’s depth of understanding of our comprehensive operations will be a tremendous asset for the college.”

For more about academic affairs at Penn College, visit the department’s webpage.

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