State Of State Announces Faculty & Staff Conference Speakers
State of State announced this year’s slate of faculty and staff speakers in a press release Friday morning. This year’s State of State conference, to be held February 3, will focus on four themes: Free Speech on Campus, Impact of Technology in the Lives of Students, Social Stigma at Penn State, and the Effect of World Events on Minority Community Members.
The faculty speakers are as follows:
Free Speech on Campus
Marc Friedenberg: Assistant Teaching Professor of Information Sciences and Technology and U.S. Congress Candidate
Technology at Penn State
Rose Cameron: Former Director of Innovation at Penn State, Principal & Founder, R. Cameron Consulting
Jennifer Sparrow: Senior Director of Teaching and Learning with Technology
The Effect of World Events on Minority Community Members
Lauren Halberstadt: Manager of Student Engagement & Intercultural Learning in the Office of Global Programs
Social Stigmas at Penn State
Brian Patchcoski: Director of the LGBTQA Student Resource Center
Keith Jervis: Director of Student Disability Resources
State of State announced its student conference speakers a few weeks ago on Facebook. You can register to attend the conference here. Those who cannot attend will be able to follow along on a live stream on the WPSU website or the State of State website.
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