The Penn State Board of Trustees is in Central Pennsylvania to discuss several topics in committee meeting, including the controversial Freeh Report.
The PSU Board of Trustees will spend Thursday and Friday at the Hotel Hershey and while they'll hold meetings of different committees, the Freeh Report will also be a topic to be addressed.
The meetings come on the same day as Penn State launches a website searching for its new president.
Penn State University's committee on long-range planning met Thursday afternoon, part of several committees meeting inside the Hershey Hotel.
CBS 21 has learned the board voted to recommend changes to the structure of the board, that change would take away voting privileges from the University President and the Governor.
But the meetings come on the day Penn State launched a website searching for its next president.
That can be found online at presidentialsearch.psu.edu.
The current president, Rodney Erickson, says he'll retire by June 30th of next year.
While PSU hired the executive search firm Isaacson-Miller to help in the search, they want the community and the public to comment and provide input online.
But it's the internal report of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal that plans to be a hot topic among board members. Penn State commissioned it's own investigation of the scandal led by former FBI Director Louis Freeh last year.
Critics have blasted it since last summer.
Last month, the family of Joe Paterno released their own investigation, saying the Freeh report was fundamentally flawed and incomplete.
CBS 21 has learned that one trustee, Ken Frazier, says the Paterno Report did not include important findings.
The Board of Trustees will meet again Friday at Penn State Hershey Medical Center's University Fitness and Conference Center and around 3:45 there will be a public comment session.