We can help you achieve your goals.
Whether you are developing a research symposium, a professional association conference, a youth program, or a workshop to meet the outreach requirements of a major grant or fulfill the service element of promotion and tenure requirements, Conferences and Institutes can help you achieve your goals.
By ensuring that participants enjoy the highest-quality experience possible, we help enhance the profile and prestige of your college, and Penn State overall.
If you have an idea for a program, you can begin by sharing your idea with your college’s outreach representative listed below.
Any college offering a continuing education program or conference should follow University Policy AD 03. An exception may be requested by completing the AD 03 Exception Form.
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College of Agricultural Sciences
Dennis Calvin, Associate Dean, Director of Cooperative Extension,
Associate Vice President for Outreach
College of Arts and Architecture
Scott Wing, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs and Outreach
Smeal College of Business
Jeff Sharp, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs
College of Communications
Emily Clevenger, Manager of Undergraduate Recruitment
College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
Hampton “Nels” Shirer, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education
Eberly College of Science
Larry Bell, Finance Officer
Teresa Davis, Associate Dean
College of Education
Gregory Kelly, Associate Dean for Research Outreach
College of Engineering
Cathy Holsing, Director, Office for Digital Learning
College of Health and Human Development
Susan LeWay, Director of Outreach
Lisa Clapper, Outreach Programs Coordinator
College of Information Sciences and Technology
Peter Forster, Director, Online Education
College of the Liberal Arts
Avis Kunz, Assistant Dean, Online Education and Outreach
College of Medicine
Daniel Wolpaw, Staff Physician