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President Barron to Host Open Forum on Nov. 10

Penn State students will have a chance to meet and converse with first-year Penn State President Eric Barron from 4-6 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 10. at the Hintz Alumni Center.

The event, called an “Open Student Forum with President Barron,” will take place in the Alumni Center’s Robb Hall. It is sponsored by the University Park Undergraduate Association, the Council of Commonwealth Student Governments, and the Graduate and Professional Student Association.

After remarks from Barron, students will be able to ask questions, moderated by College of Communications lecturer Katie O’Toole. The forum will be live-streamed to students unable to attend or at Commonwealth and World Campuses here.

“We are excited at the opportunity for students to come and engage directly with president Barron at this event, and encourage all students to take advantage of this opportunity, whether in person or by watching the live stream,” said UPUA President Anand Ganjam.

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