Applications are currently being sought for the 2017-18 Administrative Fellows Program. An informational meeting about the program will be held from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Nov. 11 in the 201 Old Main conference room.
Applications are currently being sought for the 2016-17 Administrative Fellows Program. Mentors will be Madlyn Hanes, vice president for Commonwealth Campuses; Nicholas Jones, executive vice president and provost; and Craig Weidemann, vice president for Outreach and vice provost for Online Education. An informational meeting has been scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Nov. 11 in the 201 Old Main conference room for those interested in participating in the program.
Applications are being sought for the Administrative Fellows Program for 2014-15. The program offers Penn State faculty and staff who hold standing positions the opportunity to work with senior University officers to gain knowledge and experiences pertaining to the challenges of leadership in the academic community.
In its 27th consecutive year, Penn State’s Administrative Fellows Program is well underway with the naming of three new fellows for 2013-14. Created as an opportunity for faculty and staff members to gain first-hand experience in leadership, fellows are given the opportunity to work with senior University officers to gain knowledge and experiences related to the challenges of leadership in an academic community.
Applications are being sought for the 2013-14 Administrative Fellows Program, a joint program of the Office of the President and the Commission for Women that provides professional development opportunities for faculty and staff. By serving under the mentorship of a senior level administrator, Fellows who are seeking the background necessary to compete at higher levels of administration will have an opportunity to broaden their perspectives and experience. Mentors will be Madlyn L. Hanes, vice president for Commonwealth Campuses; Robert N. Pangborn, interim executive vice president and provost; and Harold L. Paz, CEO, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, senior vice president for Health Affairs and dean of the College of Medicine.