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The ballots are in, and the finalists are tapped. Now four Revolutionary Challenge teams are gearing up to pitch their proposals in person on Saturday, May 2, in the Anita Tuvin Schlechter (ATS) Auditorium. And Dickinsonians everywhere are invited to share in the excitement as the college's bold new adventure unfolds.
Launched last April, the Revolutionary Challenge is a yearlong idea competition designed to generate new college initiatives by tapping the college’s greatest resource—the collective creativity and wisdom of the greater Dickinson community. Forty-nine Dickinsonians submitted their proposals last fall. Soon after, more than 5,000 alumni, parents, students, faculty and staff members responded through an online poll.
In late October, the President's Panel on Innovation (PPI) identified four finalists:
And now, the home stretch begins!
On May 2, each finalist will deliver a brief presentation before the PPI and Dickinson’s Board of Trustees. All are welcome to attend.
The event will begin with a 9:30 a.m. welcome reception in ATS, followed by the presentations at 10 a.m. Registration is requested by Thursday, April 30.
The President's Panel on Innovation (PPI), a body of 14 innovative entrepreneurs, business leaders and educators, met in October to review community feedback on the 49 proposals and select the finalists. Members of the PPI were then teamed with each of the four finalists to help them develop their presentations for the May 2 event.
Published February 12, 2020