Penn State alumni trustee election to begin

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The election process for the 2018 election of trustees by alumni will begin on April 10.

Ballots for the trustee election will begin transmission electronically to Penn State alumni beginning on April 10. Additionally, biographical information and position statements for each candidate are available on a Meet the Candidates page by visiting https://trustees.psu.eduonline.

Alumni who have already requested and received a ballot for the nomination phase of the election will automatically receive the election ballot.  There is no need to request a ballot again. If you did not participate and would like to receive the election ballot, you may request a ballot at https://trustees.psu.edu/2018election/index.htmlonline.

Due to the volume of emails going out, there may be a delay in receiving the email containing ballot credentials. For those who may experience a delay, please check your SPAM or JUNK MAIL folders.  Individual settings on personal email accounts or your email provider may potentially block the email transmission.  The ballot email will be sent from psuelections@votenet.com. In the event that you do not receive your ballot within 48 hours, you can use the request a ballot link above.

Ballot requests will be processed from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Eastern), Monday through Friday. Please allow a 24-hour turnaround time for processing of this ballot request.

All online voting must be completed by the close of the election at 9:00 a.m. Eastern May 3.

The names of the candidates for three positions on the board to be elected by alumni, and the order in which they will appear on the ballot, are as follows (year of graduation, business title/profession and place of residence also are provided):

1.   Alvin F. de Levie'73, Lib, Marlton, New Jersey

2.   Robert J. Tribeck ‘91,Lib, Enola, Pennsylvania

3.   Laurie Anne Stanell, DMD '80, Sci, Pipersville, Pennsylvania

4.   Brandon Short '99, Bus, London, United Kingdom

Last Updated April 09, 2018