Want to ask Kansas University's top administrator a question?
Tonight, you'll get your chance.
KU Chancellor Robert Hemenway will hold a "town hall meeting" for students, faculty, staff and other members of the university community at 7 p.m. in the Kansas Union Ballroom.
The event is free and open to the public.
Hemenway is expected to give a few opening remarks then open the floor to questions, said Kent Kennedy, program coordinator for Student Union Activities, which is sponsoring the event.
"It's meant to be a time where students can ask anything they want to the chancellor, especially about undergraduate education," he said.
But the event isn't just for students.
"It's for everybody in the university community."
An informal reception, on the fourth floor of the union, will follow the event.
Hemenway, who took over as chancellor in June, conducted similar "town hall meetings" while serving at the University of Kentucky at Lexington.