Hello and welcome to my website. This page contains pertinent information
for the Trustee election. Other tabs provide information about me - see the list on left hand side of the page.
The ballots for Trustee will be emailed April 10, 2012. There will
be eighty-six candidates. I will be in the 55th ballot position. Remember this position
as Penn State was founded in 1855.
note, anyone who attended Penn State may vote in this election. This year’s election will again be online only!If you did not receive a nominating
ballot from the University in January, you must request to be added to the University email list in order to receive a ballot
for the Trustee election.You can do so by emailing your request before April 10 with your name, address,
major and time of attendance at Penn State to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Some people are confused by a separate ballot for Alumni Council which arrives about the same time. The Alumni Council ballot
has twenty-two people running for ten positions.) The Trustees are the governing board of the University. Alumni
Council is the governing board of the Alumni Association. Be sure to vote in the Trustee election!
read my "Letter to Penn State Alums" seeking your support by clicking on that tab in the upper left corner.
Also, I have included my Biography and Position Statement that will be included with the ballot material for your review in separate
tabs. I have included, under the Activities tab, several pictures of some of my university related activities.
Some pieces from my Penn State memorabilia collection will be used in
a new exhibit at the Penn State All-Sports Museum in late April (opening Blue White weekend). The Penn State newswire
featured a video about my memorabilia collection some time ago. If you have not seen it, the
article about the video and my collection follows:
SHOWCASES PENN STATE COLLECTORS" University Park, Pa. -- Penn State Trustee George Henning and his wife, Sue,
have taken personal collections to the next level. George started collecting Penn State memorabilia when he attended
the University in the late 1950s and early 1960s ... and he never stopped collecting. These days their basement
has become a treasure trove of Blue and White history. "
(While the University no longer has the video posted, you can view it by clicking
on the following webaddress or pasting it into your browser
I will certainly appreciate your support and look
forward to hearing from you at email@example.com. You can help my election campaign right now by forwarding this website to your Penn State friends.