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State Educators’ Group Holds Workshop on Campus

Participants learn 'Powers ofAdobe Acrobat' Gaining insight into the 'freshman experience' Student Ambassador James N. Evanko leads a campus tour The Pennsylvania Association of Developmental Educators regional workshop was held Friday on Penn College’s main campus. Eighteen participants from a number of universities and colleges −including Lock Haven, Mansfield, Lycoming and Shippensburg − attended. Among the activities were a welcome from Veronica M. Muzic, vice president for academic affairs/provost; a forum featuring Jennifer L. Hammond, coordinator of tutoring, Mary Ann R. Lampman, associate professor of reading, and Calvetta A. Walker, assistant professor of reading; a presentation on the “Freshman Year Experience” with J. Elliott Strickland, special assistant to the vice president for student affairs; a discussion with Kathryn A. Lehman from Counseling, Career and Disability Services; and a hands-on Adobe Acrobat session with Wendy A. Cunningham, technical editor. Henriette K. Evans, an Act 101 Academic and Career Specialist in the Office of Academic Support Services at Penn College, is the Northeast Regional Representative to PADE’s Board of Directors for 2005-07.

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