PSUAlert survey remains open to employees, students

June 13, 2016

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State’s College of Information Sciences and Technology and the Office of Emergency Management are conducting a survey to better understand how emergency notifications are perceived and acted upon by recipients.

The survey was sent via email on June 8 to all faculty, staff and students University-wide who receive PSUAlert emergency messages. The survey remains open, and individuals who have not yet completed the survey can do so by visiting https://pennstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9FWR65IZ4izf1e5.

Participation in the survey, which is being conducted for research purposes, is voluntary and responses will remain confidential. Questions or comments can be directed to Pamela Soule, Penn State’s emergency planning manager, at pjs37@psu.edu.

PSUAlert is Penn State's emergency messaging system used at all campuses to reach students, faculty and staff in the event of an emergency. To sign up for PSUAlert, visit https://psualert.psu.edu/psualert/. For answers to frequently asked questions about the system, visit the PSUAlert FAQ page.

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Last Updated June 13, 2016