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‘Women in STEM’ Panel Shares Insight

A Penn's Inn audience listens Tuesday to a trio of "Women in STEM" panelists ...
A Penn’s Inn audience listens Tuesday to a trio of “Women in STEM” panelists …
Discovery Machine's Anna L. Griffith ...
Discovery Machine’s Anna L. Griffith …
Maggie (Powers) Jackson, from PennDOT ...
Maggie (Powers) Jackson, from PennDOT …
... and Davie Jane Gilmour, Penn College president.
… and Davie Jane Gilmour, Penn College president.

The success and contribution of women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math were celebrated with a panel discussion this past week in the Bush Campus Center. Anna L. Griffith, chief executive officer and co-founder of Discovery Machine; Maggie (Powers) Jackson, a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation project engineer and 2008 alumna (profiled in the Fall 2015 issue of One College Avenue); and Penn College President Davie Jane Gilmour shared their journeys as female leaders and answered questions about their experiences.
Photos by Caleb G. Schirmer, student photographer

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