Town Hall meeting on Sept. 27 to focus on Human Resources

Penn State leaders are continuing their series of Town Hall meetings to provide faculty and staff across the University an opportunity to have questions answered and gain needed information. The next event is scheduled for 3:30 to 5 p.m. Sept. 27 in Freeman Auditorium of the HUB-Robeson Center on the University Park campus. The meeting will focus on changes to the University’s third-party administrators (TPA) for medical and prescription drug benefits.

The Town Hall will be livestreamed to Penn State campuses across the Commonwealth for their participation at LiveEvents.PSU.edu. The focus of the upcoming Town Hall will again be on Human Resources issues. Faculty and staff are invited to ask questions at the meeting, or can send their questions in advance to questions@psu.edu. Members of the audience also can submit questions anonymously on site at the HUB auditorium as the event unfolds and via email or Twitter during the meeting. The names of people submitting questions through will not be shared.

Penn State Executive Vice President and Provost Nicholas Jones and Senior Vice President for Finance and Business/Treasurer David Gray will answer questions from the audience, both in person and online, during the Town Hall.

The Town Hall meetings, which began in 2015, are opportunities for members of the Penn State community to receive informational updates on University initiatives, hear from administrative leaders about key issues, discover how decisions are made, ask questions and provide feedback. Town Halls are sponsored by Penn State Today and the University Staff Advisory Council.