Longtime adjunct faculty honored for service to the campus
THIRTY-SEVEN INSTRUCTORS IN
A VARIETY OF DISCIPLINES RECOGNIZED
Thirty-seven long time adjunct faculty at Penn State New Kensington were honored Aug. 18 for service to the campus.
A staple of most colleges and universities, adjunct faculty supplement the teaching loads of full-time faculty. The part-time instructors specialize in a variety of disciplines. The honored faculty members received a certificate noting their contributions to the campus.
“We are very fortunate to have a group of adjunct faculty who are loyal to our campus and who continue to serve the educational needs of the campus,” said Arlene Hall, director of academic affairs. "Each semester, selected courses are delivered by adjunct faculty who often are able to add important perspectives related to the practical application of disciplinary knowledge."
Adjuncts at the New Kensington campus were recognized for service of five years or more. Rob Farinelli, who teaches statistics and David Wohleber, an instructor in chemistry and computer science, top the list with 21 years of service. Carol Dilliott (Nutrition) followed with 20 years of service.
For a list of honored faculty, visit http://www.nk.psu.edu/Documents/Academics/Adjunct_Recognition_Page.pdf
For photos from this event, visit http://psnk.smugmug.com/Events/Adjunct-Faculty-Recognition/
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