National Labor College names president
The National Labor College has appointed Dr. Paula Peinovich to a three-year term as president, after five months as interim leader.
Peinovich, former president of Walden University, took over following the retirement of President William Scheuerman. Her permanent appointment was announced Monday.
The college, which serves the labor community, is based in Silver Spring.
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Daniel de Vise
July 27, 2010; 5:01 PM ET
Categories: Administration | Tags: National Labor College, Paula Peinovich
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