The AARC is a vital campus resource that provides a variety of cultural programs, counseling opportunities, advising and support services for African American students, faculty and staff. Under the guidance of Jeanne Arnold, we are confident that the Center will move positively ahead and realize its full potential.
We are grateful for the efforts of the search committee and all
University community members that led to this critical appointment. We
are also grateful for the fine work of Isabel Sampson-Mapp, who has
served as acting director of the AARC for the past year, and Afi
Roberson, the Center's talented administrative assistant.
We invite the entire University community to join us in sending best wishes and a warm welcome to Jeanne Arnold.
-- Orneice Dorsey-Leslie, Assistant Dean, SSW
-- Valarie Swain-Cade McCoullum, Vice Provost for University Life
-- Houston A. Baker, Jr., Director, Center for the Study of Black Literature & Culture
-- Barbara A. Cassel, Assistant Vice Provost
-- Rev. Lawrence Burnley, Director, Greenfield Intercultural Center
-- Dr. Helen Davies, Professor of Microbiology/Med
-- Dr. Adelaide Delluva, Emeritus Professor of Biochemistry/Vet
-- Elena Marie DiLapi, Director, Penn Women's Center
-- Gloria M. Gay, Associate Director, Penn Women's Center
-- Dr. Kenneth Shropshire, Legal Studies
-- Jeanne Fritsch, Executive Secretary, VPUL
-- Anita Jenious, Director, Affirmative Action
-- Patricia Ravenell, Executive Assistant, VPUL
-- Karen Wheeler, Chair, A-3 Assembly
-- Winnie Smart-Mapp, Staff Assistant, Center for Community Partnerships
-- Madeleine Lopez, President, Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Senoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc.
-- Rhonda Denise Frederick, GSAS/English
-- Rochelle Fuller, Administrative Assistant, Library Development
-- Carlos Decena, C'95
-- Maria Gonzalez, C'97
-- Soroya Webb, C'96
-- Crystal Parker, C'97
-- Sylvie Volel, C'97
Tuesday, November 7, 1995
Volume 42 Number 11