Penn State’s board of trustees will meet for committee meetings this afternoon ahead of their voting meeting Friday.
The committee meetings are now public as part of the board’s effort to improve transparency and communication in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal fallout. The meetings are in second-floor meeting rooms of The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel.
The trustees have said they would use these meetings to discuss the recommendations received from outside parties, such as former Auditor General Jack Wagner.
The voting meeting starts at 1:30 Friday afternoon. Trustees will elect new board officers, and Keith Masser seems to be the favorite for chairman and Stephanie Deviney for vice chairwoman.