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Penn College welcomes new Fall 2021 faculty

Among the latest additions to the Pennsylvania College of Technology community are four full-time faculty members for the Fall 2021 semester, as provided by the Human Resources Office (all effective Aug. 12).

“The new faculty joining us this fall come to us with much enthusiasm and relevant experiences,” said Joanna K. Flynn, dean of curriculum and instruction. “We welcome them to campus and can’t wait to see what they do.”

Clark D. Sarge
Clark D. Sarge
John R. Crossen
John R. Crossen
Mark LaVoie
Mark LaVoie
Christof Keebaugh
Christof Keebaugh

School of Business, Arts & Sciences

Christof Keebaugh, Physics
Mark LaVoie, Speech Communication/Composition I

School of Engineering Technologies

John R. Crossen, Information Technology
Clark D. Sarge, Electronics/Automation & Robotics

 

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