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Wentworth gets 1st woman chief

Engineering dean from Texas chosen

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / June 8, 2005

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A month after MIT inaugurated its first woman president, trustees at another local center of technical study, Wentworth Institute of Technology, will announce today that they have hired Zorica Pantic-Tanner, an electrical engineer, to be the first woman president in the 100-year history of the small, four-year college. (Full article: 564 words)

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