Alvernia's Director for Holleran Middle steps down

READING, Pa. — A pacesetter at Alvernia College is stepping down.

The Univesity mentioned in a launch Dr. Rudy Ruth will step down from his put up after 4 years of service.

Ruth is the Vice President for Group Engagement and the Government Director of the Holleran Middle for Group and International Engagement.

Ruth was elevated to the college vp for group engagement in April 2021. On this position, he was accountable for selling the success of all college students by packages, service, and experiential studying alternatives and growing strategic group partnerships that holistically tackle cultural, academic, and civic development with unity and respect.

“I’m very grateful to have been part of the Alvernia group for the final 4 years and am wanting ahead to the subsequent stage of my life with my household,” mentioned Ruth. “I’ve had the respect of working beside fantastic people who find themselves enacting long-lasting adjustments and really one thing particular for the better Studying group. Alvernia will at all times maintain a particular place in my coronary heart, and I look ahead to persevering with to assist the group in any means I can.”

Throughout his time with AlverniaRuth held positions with Alvernia’s Workplace of Grownup, Graduate and Persevering with Research, O’Pake Institute, and Holleran Middle. He got here to Alvernia after retiring from a full profession that started within the Wilson College District as a well being and bodily schooling trainer at Wilson Central Junior Excessive College and culminated as superintendent in 2009, a place he held for seven years.

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“Rudy’s dedication to the college’s various experiences and connections in our group have been instrumental within the college’s development and success over the previous couple of years, and he will likely be missed by our senior management group, his colleagues within the Holleran Middle, and all the scholars, college and employees who had the pleasure to work together with him,” mentioned Alvernia College President John R. Loyack. “We want Rudy the very best of luck within the subsequent stage of his life and look ahead to his continued involvement with the college in different methods.”