by Alana J. Mauger
Fire Science Alumnus John Ambrush III was hired as Coordinator of the Bradford County Emergency Management Agency. Read more in The Daily Review.
2011 graduate David Diaz helped to establish a Veteran Students Suite at Temple University Ambler, where he serves as Student Government President. Read the article on Temple’s website. David recently spoke on behalf of student veterans at the College’s celebration for being named a Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs magazine for the third consecutive year.
Alumnus, Hall of Fame inductee and Upper Gwynedd Township Chief of Police David Duffy discusses how police deal with flash mobs. Read the article in The Reporter.
Continuing Education Spanish instructor Tom Farren Sr. published a book of poetry, titled “Six Days.” The poems detail his mother’s battle with breast cancer — a battle she lost in 2000. The book is available through Barnes & Nobel for Nook and e-readers. For information, email email@example.com.
Police Academy graduates Andrew Hochmuth and Jessica Whiteside were sworn in as new officers with the Doylestown Police Department. Read more on Patch.com.
Executive Assistant to the President and 2011 graduate Joshua Schwartz was recognized as “Rookie of the Year” during the American Cancer Society 2011 Southeast Region Volunteer Awards on Oct. 13. Joshua coordinated the College’s first-ever Relay for Life in 2011, which raised more than $25,000.
Dean of Social Science Dr. Aaron Shatzman was featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer for not missing a single day of running in 30 years. Read the article on Philly.com.