UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. â€” Penn State faculty and staff are invited to submit questions for the next Town Hall event, slated for 2 p.m. on Oct. 15 in 112 Kern Building at the University Park campus. The event will focus on the Universityâ€™s budgeting process, efforts at controlling costs and the transition to the new System for Integrated Management, Budgeting and Accounting (SIMBA).
Faculty and staff are invited to ask questions at the meeting, or can send their questions in advance to [email protected] or by using an anonymous online form. The identities of people submitting questions by email will not be shared.
The event will also be livestreamed at LiveEvents.psu.edu for community members at all Penn State campuses to view.
Nicholas Jones, executive vice president and provost; David Gray, senior vice president for finance and business; and Mary Lou Ortiz, the University’s budget officer, 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.
Last Updated October 10, 2019