Preparing for Our Board of Trustees Project

March 28, 2013 at 5:27 pm 1 comment

I’ve spent most of today reading and formatting responses for our “Three Questions” project, in which we invite the candidates for the three alumni seats on the Board of Trustees to answer questions about the future of the university and how they would approach their role as trustees. We did this for the first time last year, when an unprecedented 86 candidates participated in the election after being galvanized by the Sandusky scandal and the board’s response to it. It was so well received that we decided to do it again.

This year, there are 39 candidates for the election, which opens on Wednesday, April 10, and continues through Thursday, May 2. (You can request a ballot by emailing, and you can click here for more information about the election. You’ll need to scroll down.) We’re thrilled that 35 of them took the time to answer our questions.

We’ll publish the entire package here on our blog on Thursday, April 4. We hope you’ll check back to inform yourself before you vote.

Lori Shontz, senior editor

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Robert Fetrow  |  March 28, 2013 at 5:55 pm

    Ask Suhey and Deviney, why they fire Joe and did not defend Penn State from the sanctions from the NCAA. It is a fair question.

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