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Penn College Names Director of Student Affairs Administration

Bradley M. WebbBradley M. Webb has been appointed director of student affairs administration at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

In the position, Webb is responsible for connecting many of the functions of Student Affairs to the Penn College student body. He’ll be tasked with initiating programs and services in such diverse areas as parents initiatives, assessment and community involvement.

“We are very excited to have Brad working with us in Student Affairs,” said Elliott Strickland Jr., chief student affairs officer. “His background in Student Affairs, most recently at Marymount University, and his experience at Penn College within Academic Affairs makes him a perfect fit for this new position.”

Webb had been employed as coordinator of matriculation and retention in the School of Business and Computer Technologies at Penn College since 2009.

Before coming to Penn College, Webb was coordinator of residence life and judicial affairs at Marymount University, Arlington, Va. He also served as a resident director at Marymount. He served in graduate intern and graduate assistant roles at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and Saint Francis University, Loretto.

Webb holds a master’s degree in student affairs in higher education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree in history, secondary teaching certification, from Lycoming College.

He is pursuing a doctorate in higher education administration from The Pennsylvania State University.

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