Made in Erie County: The Products that Made Erie County from the Motor Age to the Information Age

July 18th,2019 | 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Professor/Instructor/Speaker: Judith  Lynch,Ph.D.

A continuation of a multi-part series, "Made in Erie County" focuses on
the carmakers, brewers, commercial fishermen, manufacturers after the
Titusville oil boom, metal molders, and plastic molders are among the many
people, industries, and products that shaped Erie in the 19th and 20th
centuries. "Made in Erie" offers a look at how Erie's port city grew into a
manufacturing giant, fueled by immigration and ingenuity. Attending prior
lectures isn't required to enjoy this part of Erie's history!
– Judy Lynch, Ph.D.

*This event is being held at our Corry Satellite Location the Corry Higher Educational Council will be at
221 N Center St, Corry, PA 16407

To register for this event please contact the Council at 814-664-9405. 

Judith  Lynch,Ph.D.

Judith Lynch, Ph.D., has been a board member of the Jefferson Educational Society since its inception and served as its first chair. From 2004 to 2017, she served as Associate Professor of Political Science and History at Mercyhurst University. From 2002 to 2004, Dr. Lynch taught at Allegheny College and was part of the Civic Engagement Institute. Prior, she worked as an analyst for the CIA and served for 20 years as Erie County Executive. She received her Doctorate With Distinction in Political Science in 2001 from the University of Pittsburgh and her M.A. in Social Studies from Gannon University. Her undergraduate degree, a B.A. in History and Political Science, is from George Washington University.