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Lee Kump shares perspective on diving and discovery in Penn State video series

“Perspective: Leaders at Penn State” series shares insights from Penn State thought leaders

In a video series titled “Perspective: Leaders at Penn State,” Lee Kump, John Leone Dean in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences at Penn State, reflects on his love for diving as an opportunity to experience the joy of discovery — and to come back with your eyes wide open. Credit: Penn State. 

In a video series titled “Perspective: Leaders at Penn State,” Lee Kump, John Leone Dean in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences at Penn State, reflects on his love for diving as an opportunity to experience the joy of discovery — and to come back with your eyes wide open.

This is the third feature in the series which gives us a glimpse of the personal passions that have driven our leaders and have shaped their perspectives and impact at Penn State and beyond.

Lee Kump, John Leone Dean in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, shares his insights on how an early interest in diving has not only turned into a lifelong passion, but helped foster a love for discovery. Credit: Michelle Bixby / Penn State. All Rights Reserved.

Watch and learn how Kump draws inspiration from diving, helping to provide powerful experiences for students to get out into the water and follow their passions.

In "Perspective: Leaders at Penn State," Lee Kump, the John Leone Dean in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences at Penn State, shares how it's important to him to help students chart their own paths — and how Penn State makes that possible. Credit: Michelle Bixby / Penn State. All Rights Reserved.

Readers can also watch the first entries in the series featuring:

The entire series of videos can be found on YouTube or in Penn State News where a new feature will be shared each month.

Last Updated December 07, 2021