UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State's 2021-22 Administrative Fellows are bringing a diverse range of expertise and experiences to their new role as fellows working with and learning from some of the University's senior leaders this academic year.
Learn more about this year's Administrative Fellows and how they're each bringing their unique background to their new work learning about leadership in the academic community through this series of feature stories on Penn State News:
- Liberal Arts professor seeks broader view of University as Administrative Fellow
- Sykes to bring financial experience to bear in Administrative Fellowship
- New Administrative Fellow will bring ecological approach to her experience
The Administrative Fellows Program enables participants to strengthen their administrative talents and qualifications by working with a Penn State leader in a mentoring relationship. Fellows increase their understanding of the contexts within which decisions are made and of the work done in units across the University.
More information about the program is available from the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs.