Penn State Brandywine to host higher ed seminar series March 15

The Penn State Brandywine Office of Student Affairs will host the Pennsylvania College Personnel Association’s Keystone Seminar "The Risk, Reward and Benefit of Hosting a Conference" on March 15. This Keystone Seminar Series is a one-day, drive-in professional development opportunity for higher education professionals (staff, graduate students and faculty). Past seminars have included topics such as grant writing in higher education, aiding students in distress and assessment.

The seminar will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Main Building, Room 113. The registration deadline is March 8 and the cost is $25 for members or students and $35 for nonmembers of PCPA. Online registration is available at

Director of Student Affairs Matthew Shupp and Assistant Director of Student Affairs Ronika Money are current members of the PCPA Executive Board. “We are excited to share this opportunity with both our campus and higher education professionals in the area,” Money said. 

For more information, contact David Zlockie at or 724-830-1039.

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Last Updated March 25, 2013