JoAnne Boyle, president of Seton Hill University, invited a delegation of Ukrainian educators to Seton Hill on April 28 to learn more about the application of technology in modern education. Vitaly Penkovsky, president of the American Institute of Finance and Technology, coordinated the visit to Westmoreland County for the educators.

President Boyle, Seton Hill University faculty members Terrence DePasquale, Ed.D., dean of graduate and international programs, Sondra Lettrich, Ph.D., associate professor of education, director of the special education and inclusive education programs, chair of the education division, Balazs Tarnai, Ph.D., assistant professor of education, Audrey Quinlan, D.Ed., associate professor of education, director of the elementary education program, Mary Spataro, instructional designer, instructor of education, and Quinto Martin, instructional designer, and Westmoreland County Commissioner Chuck Anderson participated in a luncheon discussion with the five member delegation from the Ukraine.