July 30 Town Hall archived online; Viewers encouraged to fill out survey

August 03, 2020

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The July 30 virtual Town Hall event is now archived and available for online viewing at https://LiveEvents.psu.edu. Viewers who streamed the program live or watched it later are asked to fill out a survey

Hosted by Penn State President Eric Barron, the virtual Town Hall brought together University leaders to share specific plans for the upcoming fall semester that officials have been developing since spring and summer.

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, Penn State leaders have hosted a number of town hall events to discuss the University’s response, including a pair of virtual town halls for students and faculty and staff on March 24, a follow-up event on May 19 and another pair for students and faculty and staff on June 22. Virtual town halls have also been hosted by the Graduate School and the Office of Global Programs.

University leaders have hosted Town Hall meetings since 2015 to provide members of the Penn State community opportunities to receive updates on University initiatives, hear from administrative leaders about key issues, ask questions and provide feedback.

Updated information on Penn State’s response to the coronavirus pandemic can be found online at https://virusinfo.psu.edu/.

Last Updated August 04, 2020