Chronowski Selected Penn Stater of the Quarter
Caroline Chronowski, manager of network & information systems at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, has been named Penn Stater of the Quarter, announced Dr. Lynda Goldstein, interim chancellor of the campus in Lehman. The Penn Stater of the Quarter is a member of the campus community who has uniquely demonstrated special concern for the campus, has achieved a significant honor or goal that benefits the campus, or demonstrates special dedication to the mission of the campus. Chronowski was cited for her outstanding work ethic and consistently extending herself beyond her typical job duties. "Caroline is a hard-working, responsible, efficient, and highly communicative individual. She is an active member of several campus committees where she presents valuable and applicable ideas that further the best interest of the campus." Said Dr. Christyne Berzsenyi, assistant professor of English. "Her knowledge, communication skills, and timely response to difficult issues make her an invaluable asset to Penn State Wilkes-Barre."
Chronowski has been with Penn State since 1990. She earned an associate's degree in telecommunications technology and a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering technology at Penn State Wilkes-Barre.