Penn State Brandywine hosted the University’s second Strategic Planning Forum on Thursday, Feb. 23, titled “Advancing the Arts and Humanities.”
Students, faculty and staff from across the University participated in the panel discussion via livestream, which included an overview of the Strategic Plan implementation process and key ideas and initiatives being considered that relate to advancing the arts and humanities. Panel members included Damian Fernandez, chancellor of Penn State Abington; Kathleen Bieschke, interim dean of Penn State’s Schreyer Honors College; and Melissa Croushorn, student engagement manager at Penn State’s Center for the Performing Arts.
This event is part of a series of public forums focused on the University’s long-range Strategic Plan. The next forum, “Transforming Education,” will take place on Wednesday, March 22 at Penn State Berks.