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Your Guide To The 2022 Board Of Trustees Alumni Election

The race to fill the Board of Trustees’ three open alumni seats is officially on.

This month, Penn State alumni can vote online to help elect Penn State’s next alumni trustees, who will serve three-year terms on the university’s governing board.

All Penn State graduates with valid email addresses on file should’ve received a ballot from [email protected] this week. If you didn’t receive your ballot, request one online and receive it in your inbox within 24 hours.

Once your ballot arrives, you’ve got until 9 a.m. on Thursday, May 5, to cast your votes. Before doing so, though, you’ll likely want to get familiar with this year’s candidates.

Eight Penn State alumni are on this year’s ballot, including:

Keep an eye on Onward State over the next few weeks as we publish a series of introductory features highlighting each alumni trustee candidate. We kicked things off last month by highlighting Farhi, Hasenkopf, and Smith, who are running together under the Penn State Forward campaign.

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Matt proudly served as Onward State’s managing editor for two years until graduating from Penn State with distinction in May 2022. Now, he’s off in the real world doing real things. Send him an email ([email protected]) or follow him on Twitter (@mattdisanto_) to stay in touch.

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