Former professor in contention for presidency of Community College of Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Inquirer published an article on March 10 regarding the progress of the Community College of Philadelphia's search for a new president. There are currently three finalists, with Judith Gay, a former assistant professor of psychology, as one of the candidates. A short bio of each candidate was included in the article, which notes her association with Gettysburg College.

From the Philadelphia Inquirer:

Judith Gay: For 13 years, she served as vice president for academic affairs at Philadelphia community college. She previously worked as division chair at Montgomery County Community College, full professor and chair of the department of psychology at Chestnut Hill College, and assistant professor of psychology at Gettysburg College. She has a bachelor’s in psychology from Findlay College and her master’s and doctorate in experimental psychology from Bowling Green State in Ohio.


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