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Penn College Salon Dinner Series Debuts

Salon Dinner participants (from left) are Chad Dornan, college adviser and founder of Leonard Andrew Consulting; Alan Lightman; President Davie Jane Gilmour; Cory Tanner, a Penn College alumnus and user experience developer for DockYard; Marisa McCarthy, director, special education, Madison Park Career & Technical Vocational High School; Jennifer Smith, career and technical director, Madison Park Career & Technical Vocational High School; and Paul Hemphill, higher education blogger and college counselor.
Salon Dinner participants (from left) are Chad Dornan, college adviser and founder of Leonard Andrew Consulting; Alan Lightman; President Davie Jane Gilmour; Cory Tanner, a Penn College alumnus and user experience developer for DockYard; Marisa McCarthy, director, special education, Madison Park Career & Technical Vocational High School; Jennifer Smith, career and technical director, Madison Park Career & Technical Vocational High School; and Paul Hemphill, higher education blogger and college counselor.

President Davie Jane Gilmour hosted Penn College’s inaugural Salon Dinner Series event Sept. 30 in Boston. The event featured Alan Lightman, renowned physicist and author (“Einstein’s Dreams”) and professor of the practice of the humanities at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, addressing the subject of applied technology in higher education. The college’s Salon Dinner Series provides a chance for educators, parents, companies, nonprofits, media and others to come together in an intimate, exclusive setting to discuss a wide range of meaningful, hot-button topics concerning the state of job prospects for today’s youth.

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