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ALP Webinar 3
Wednesday, February 07, 2024, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
Category: Events

Advocacy Leadership Program

Details

Date:
February 7, 2024

Time:
2:00 PM
to
3:00 PM
ET

ALP Webinar 3


Topic:  Current Post-Secondary Issues


Speaker
:  Dr. Kim McCurdy, PDE

Dr. Kim McCurdy is the Bureau Director for Postsecondary and Adult Education at Pennsylvania Department of Education. A first-generation college student, Kim started her career in higher education as a work study student in the financial aid office at Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Journalism. She earned a master’s degree in Adult Education from Widener University and a Ph.D. in Instructional Management and Leadership from Robert Morris University. Kim also serves as adjunct faculty at Duquesne University in their MS in Higher Education Administration program. She is a Board Member for the Pittsburgh Scholar House and has spent over 20 years working on college affordability, access, and success for students. PA MASLOW: A Hierarchy of Collegiate Basic Needs is the latest initiative of the Pennsylvania Department of Education, bringing together practitioners, administrators, community-based organizations, and government officials to ensure success for our Pennsylvania learners. 

Audience:  Anyone interested in government relations or advocacy efforts is welcome to join our webinar.
 

*This is part of the Advocacy Leadership Program. You must register for the program, log in, and be an active participant for at least 4/5 of the program time to receive credit for your participation. 


Cost:
  Free for members; $40 for nonmembers
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Enola, PA 17025

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