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School of Business and Computer Technologies Honors Faculty


The School of Business and Computer Technologies at Pennsylvania College of Technology presented two teaching awards recently and honored a faculty member who has retired after 36 years of service to the school and College.

In an awards luncheon held before the holiday break, Elizabeth A. Dahlgren of Williamsport, assistant professor of business administration, received the Distinctive Teaching Award. The award recognizes the faculty member in the School of Business and Computer Technologies who best exemplifies the attributes consistent with quality instruction.

Steven J. Moff of Williamsport, assistant professor of business administration/marketing, received the Distinctive Service and Professionalism Award, which recognizes the faculty member in the School of Business and Computer Technologies who best exemplifies the attributes consistent with quality service to the College, community and/or profession.

At the same luncheon, the school celebrated the service of Alex Bailey of Jersey Shore, professor of business administration, who retired in December following 36 years’ distinguished teaching and service to the College and its students.

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