Four candidates will compete for three alumni-elected seats on the Penn State Board of Trustees in the upcoming election.
The university announced the ballot positions Wednesday, which were determined by a drawing.
The names of the four candidates for the three positions on the board, and the order in which they’ll appear on the ballot, is as follows: Alvin F. de Levie, of Marlton, New Jersey; Robert J. Tribeck, of Enola; Laurie Anne Stanell, of Holicong; and Brandon Short, of London, United Kingdom.
Trustees Anthony Lubrano and Ryan McCombie announced earlier this week that they would not seek re-election. Both had served on the board since 2012.
Ballots will be available to Penn State alumni beginning April 10. All alumni who already requested and received a ballot for the nomination phase will automatically receive the election ballot.
Alumni who didn’t participate in the nomination phase and would like to receive the election ballot can request one at https://trustees.psu.edu/2018election/index.html.
All online voting must be completed by the close of the election at 9 a.m. May 3.