June 25 Town Hall to focus on 2017 Values and Culture Survey results

The next Town Hall will focus on the results of the 2017 Values and Culture Survey. Credit: Penn State / Haley KerstetterAll Rights Reserved.

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – On June 25, Penn State Provost Nick Jones and Senior Vice President for Finance and Business David Gray will host a town hall meeting for the University community to discuss the recently released results of the 2017 Values and Culture Survey and to take the community’s questions related to survey results and to workplace climate. Jones and Gray will be joined by Tim Balliett, university ethics officer.

The event will be held from 1:30 to 3 p.m. in Room 22 of the Biobehavioral Health Building on the University Park campus. It will also be livestreamed at for community members at all Penn State campuses to view.

SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS NOW: Faculty, staff and students from all Penn State locations are invited to submit questions in advance and during the event using an anonymous online form, or by email at The identities of people submitting questions by email will not be shared.

In addition to the Penn State News story summarizing the results of the 2017 Values and Culture Survey, readers may review:

Since 2015, Town Hall meetings have provided opportunities for members of the Penn State community to receive updates on University initiatives, hear from administrative leaders about key issues, ask questions and provide feedback. Archives of previous town halls and other related content are available at

Last Updated September 04, 2020