Legislators prepare to hear testimony about Rand Corporation’s study of Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education. Photo/Sean Crampsie
A state-commissioned study released today offered five possibilities for Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities, including merging or consolidating institutions. Click here to read APSCUF President Dr. Kenneth M. Mash’s response.
Pennsylvania Promise rallies are planned for Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Lock Haven University this semester. Students interested in speaking at either event: Please click here to share your story.
Click here to R.S.V.P. on Facebook to IUP’s rally, set for 2:30–3:30 p.m. Thursday, April 26, in Wallwork Plaza (Inclement-weather location: large room of the Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement Center).
Click here to R.S.V.P. on Facebook for Lock Haven’s rally, which begins 1 p.m. Thursday, May 3, at the University Commons Amphitheater at Lock Haven University. (Inclement weather location: multi-purpose room (MPR) in the Parsons Union Building (PUB).) Join Lock Haven University’s APSCUF chapter before the rally for a cookout for students and faculty 12:30 p.m. at Pavilion No. 2 (closest to the library).
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At APSCUF’s 194th legislative assembly, held in State College, delegates and officers welcomed Gov. Tom Wolf, center in gray suit and blue tie, who spoke about the importance of investing in public higher education.
At its Friday-night banquet, APSCUF honored, from left, Dr. Mark Cloud (Lock Haven), Dr. Beth Jo Mullaney (Cheyney), and Dr. Michael Slavin (Cal U) with the organization’s distinguished service award.
Delegates elected officers and committee members:
President: Dr. Kenneth M. Mash (East Stroudsburg)
Vice president: Dr. Jamie Martin (Indiana)
Treasurer: Dr. Chris Hallen (Bloomsburg)
Secretary: Dr. Michele Papakie (Indiana)
Coach executive leader: John Gump (Kutztown)
Audit committee: Dr. Eric Hawrelak (Bloomsburg), Dr. Alex Redcay (Millersville), Dr. Ellen Foster (Clarion)
Budget committee: Susan Drummond (Indiana), Dr. Michael Malcolm (West Chester), Dr. Michelle Amodei (Slippery Rock)