UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — One major change that has shifted the landscape of collegiate athletics is the NCAA’s new name, image and likeness (NIL) policy that went into effect earlier this year.
Penn Staters can learn more about this topic, its impact at Penn State, how alumni can get involved, and more during the upcoming Alumni Association-hosted event: “PSAA Presents: A Discussion on Name, Image, and Likeness.”
The virtual event is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27, with no registration cost. Penn State vice president for Intercollegiate Athletics Sandy Barbour will headline the panel discussion. Carolyn Kieger, Penn State women’s basketball head coach; Justin King, football letterman and founder of L.I.G. Sports Group; Vern Squier, CBICC president and CEO; and Matt Stolberg, Penn State associate athletic director for compliance, also will share insight as part of the panel discussion.
Alumni Association CEO Paul Clifford will facilitate the conversation. Attendees can ask questions during the event, and the speakers will answer as many as possible within the allotted time.
This event will not be livestreamed to social media, so anyone wishing to attend will need to register in advance. Registrants will receive an event link via email after signing up.