Penn Stater of the Quarter named
Atty. Michelle Olshefski, instructor in the administration of justice (AOJ) program head at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, has been named Penn Stater of the Quarter. 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.
“In her leadership role in the administration of justice program, Michelle has worked effectively with students and with Penn State Fayette as they extended this program to us,” said Katherine Flanagan-Herstek, interim director of academic affairs. “Her dedicated and successful efforts during this quarter have positioned us to both clarify the application and registration process for new students, and to benefit the campus by increasing enrollments in AOJ, our fastest growing program.”
Atty. Olshefski joined the Penn State Wilkes-Barre faculty in 2002. She is a 1992 graduate of distinction from Eastern College in St. David’s, Pa. with a degree in Business Management and she earned her Juris Doctor Degree from Temple University School of Law. She served as assistant district attorney for several years in Luzerne County and Nassau County, NY.