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Penn College Student Activities Director Honored by NACA

Carolyn Strickland, director of student activities at Pennsylvania College of Technology, was awarded the Outstanding Service Citation by the National Association for Campus Activities at its recent national convention in Cincinnati.

Strickland has served in a number of volunteer positions within NACA, most recently as the regional conference coordinator for the Mid-Atlantic Region (Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and Washington, D.C.) in 2003 and 2004.

In 2002, she received the association’s C. Shaw Smith New Professional Award, designed to recognize an individual who demonstrates the potential and commitment for excellence in service to students as the most outstanding new professional in student activities in the nation.

Established in 1960, NACA is the nation’s largest collegiate organization for campus activities, with nearly 1,100 member colleges and universities and more than 400 national associate-member talent agencies, performers and product specialty firms.

For more information about Student Activities at Penn College, visit on the Web.

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