Academic Calendar
(updated 04/22/14)

Crime Report 2013 (Annual)

Crime Reports (Weekly)
Budget Report FY 2012
Building on Excellence
Campus Development Plan
Climate Action Plan
Commencement 2013
Economic Status of the Faculty 2011-12 (PDF)
Gender Equity Report
Government Affairs Update (updated 7/16/13)
Graduate School Rankings
(updated 3/18/14)
Inauguration of President Gutmann
Minority Equity Report
(revised 12/10/13)
Mission of the University
Penn Connects
Recognized Holidays FY2014 (updated 5/07/13)
Retiree Benefits Report
Research Roundup
(updated 03/18/14)
Salary Guidelines
(updated 4/02/13)
Sexual Harassment Policy
Summer Camps 2014
Suspension of Normal Operations
Talk About Teaching
(updated 2/25/14)
W2 Form 2013
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School of Arts & Sciences Teaching Awards

Timothy Corrigan G. Shaw feros Gregory
sil kennedy steinberg Steven J. Fluharty, dean of the School of Arts & Sciences, and Dennis DeTurck, dean of the College, announce the recipients of the School’s 2014 teaching awards.

SP2 Excellence in Teaching Awards

The School of Social Policy & Practice announce the recipients of the 2014 Excellence in Teaching Awards in the standing Faculty and in the non-standing faculty.
PennDesign announced the recipients of their 2014 Teaching Awards, named in honor of the late G. Holmes Perkins, dean of GSFA from 1951-1971 (now the School of Design).
Scheie Eye Institute’s NIH Grant to Study the Genetics of Glaucoma in African Americans
Researchers at the Scheie Eye Institute, in the department of ophthalmology of the University of Pennsylvania, have been awarded a five-year, $11.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study the genetic risk factors that make African Americans disproportionately more likely to develop primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG).
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Three-Year Academic Calendar, 2014-2015 through 2016-2017

Academic Calendar
Issue Highlights: April 22, 2014

Agenda for University Council Meeting

For Comment: Revised Bicycle Policy

Of Record: Policy on Non-affiliates Visiting Penn Research Facilities

Death: Dr. Rawson, Pathology

NGSS: Building a Name for Itself

WPPSA Annual Election: May 13

Penn Relays: April 24-26

Philadelphia Science Festival

For the Young & the Young at Heart: Children’s Festival’s 30th Birthday

Faculty/Staff Appreciation Sale at the Penn Bookstore

Antiques Show

Benefits Open Enrollment Ends on Friday, April 25

Human Resources: Upcoming Programs

Other News
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April 22, 2014
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The Philadelphia Antiques Show: Antiques & Art through the 20th Century; benefiting Penn Medicine; begins on April 26, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; at The Philadelphia Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street. See more on the Antiques Show.

(at left) Tiffany Studios Snowball Table Lamp; Lillian Nassau, Inc.; American, c. 1904; 16” diameter, 24 ½” high

2014 Summer Camps and Programs
Penn offers children and teens an array of summer activities from academics, enrichment and recreation—including anthropology, nursing, law, veterinary medicine and music—to more than a dozen athletic sports camps—from baseball to volleyball. See the 2014 Summer Camp Programs and Listing.

Penn Green Campus Partnership
Making History Final Report
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