Members of the Shippensburg University community will have the opportunity to interact with Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) Chancellor Dan Greenstein on Wednesday as he ends his fall 2019 campus tour.
SU is listed as the final stop on the chancellor’s fall 2019 campus visit tour on passhe.edu/chancellordan.
The fall campus visits have given the chancellor “another incredible opportunity to engage with faculty, staff and students,” according to passhe.edu.
SU Media Relations Manager Megan Silverstrim said students can ask the chancellor questions during an open forum in the Ceddia Union Building Multipurpose Room at 10 a.m.
“Students who want to interact with the chancellor may attend the open forum. Several student leaders will also meet with him that morning,” Silverstrim said.
The chancellor, a self-described “enthusiastic cyclist” will participate in various on-campus activities including a morning bike ride planned with the Cycling Club on the Cumberland Valley Rail Trail.
“We’ve been working with the state system office to plan the day to make it a day that will allow the chancellor to speak to a wide range of groups on campus,” Silverstrim said.
The chancellor shared his experience on the tour so far in his Oct. 28 blog post.
“Once again, we’re blessed by the trust everyone has extended in the very open and honest conversations about our hopes and dreams for the future of our students — for the future of our universities,” Greenstein wrote.
“We have a great deal more to do but we are well along the way; and I am honored as much today as ever to work and lead in your presence,” he said. “There is nothing we cannot achieve together. I believe that now more than ever.”