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UNIVERSITY PARK - Keith
Stevens has been named assistant
to the dean for development and
alumni relations in the College of
Agriculture at Penn State.
“We have needed to strengthen
our contact with alumni,” said
College of Agriculture Dean
Samuel H. Smith in announcing the
appointment. “We have 19,000
alumni, most of whom live in
Pennsylvania and are highly in
terested in what we in the College
are doing and planning to do. This
appointment should be a clear sign
that we recognize the important
role that alumni have to play in the
future of our College.”
In his new position Stevens will
be executive secretary for the
College’s alumni society and will
coordinate activities between the
society and the College. He will
also be liaison with the Univer
sity’s Office of Development,
helping plan and implement fund
raising strategies and campaigns.
He will be working closely with
administrators in the College
determining needs and priorities
for private support.
Stevens has been executive
producer for television in the
College’s department of
since 1978. His responsibilities
included planning, producing and
hosting television features.
Prior to joining the College of
Agriculture staff, he worked as a
portrait and commercial
photographer and has held
positions as news director for radio
stations in State College and
Cumberland, Maryland, and as
news reporter for an Altoona radio
and television station.
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