Ernie Ballard III, Media Relations Director for LSU said, the President’s Task Force on Greek Life will meet on Wednesday, January 24, at 4:30 p.m. in the LSU Foundation Building’s Harrison Board Room.
The President’s Task Force on LSU Greek Life is now set to convene on Wednesday, January 24, at 4:30 p.m.
Ernie Ballard III, Media Relations Director for LSU said, the room location is being finalized and will be announced and posted on the Greek Life Task Force website: http://www.lsu.edu/greek-life-taskforce/.
Ballard said that the task force recommendation deadline of January 30 has been extended to February 21.
According to Ballard, LSU President F. King Alexander will provide his official response to the final report by the end of February.
According to LSU, the President’s Task Force on LSU Greek Life meeting has been postponed due to inclement weather and university closure. The meeting will be rescheduled at a later date.
The President’s Task Force on LSU Greek Life is set to meet on Tuesday in the LSU Student Union.
Ernie Ballard III, Media Relations Director for LSU said, on January 16, at 4:30 p.m., the President’s Task Force on Greek Life will meet in International Room 303 of the Student Union.
The LSU Office of the President provided the agenda for the meeting and it is as follows:
- Opening Remarks and Meeting Objectives (Rob Stuart, Chair)
- Discussion of Task Force Observations and Key Findings
- Discussion of Final Report and Recommendations a. Report Structure/Themes b. Timeline/Process
- Wrap-Up and Next Steps
- Adjournment Public Comments: Public comments may be made when they relate to a matter on the agenda and when individuals desiring to make public comments have registered at least one hour prior to the meeting.
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