Peirce College Honors Four Employees on "Wall of Fame"
For Immediate Release
Philadelphia, October 17, 2008 - Peirce College will honor four current and retired employees who have made outstanding contributions to the institution, in a special induction ceremony, Friday, October 24, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. Plaques bearing the name and likeness of each individual will be added to Peirce's Wall of Fame, which is displayed at the main entrance of the College at 1420 Pine Street.
This year's inductees to the Wall of Fame include the late Dr. William M. Moore, former Vice President of Academic Affairs and Student Development; Thomas Rambert, retired Supervisor of Security; Barbara M. Wetzler, a former Dean of the College; and James A. Tobin, Professor, Business Administration.
According to Dr. Arthur J. Lendo, president of Peirce College, the Wall of Fame is reserved for those who have provided many years of extraordinary service to the College community.
"These individuals truly represent what is best about Peirce College," said Dr. Lendo. "They have all worked tirelessly to create an environment where working adult students can learn, earn degrees and their careers forward."
Peirce College offers bachelor's and associate degree programs in Business, Healthcare, Information Technology and Paralegal Studies. Peirce College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19104 (phone: 267-284-5000). For more information about Peirce College, call 1.888.467.3472 or visit www.peirce.edu.
Contact: Jonathan Morein