News in Brief


President of Michigan: Dr. Bollinger

The University of Michigan regents have chosen as president their former law dean, Dr. Lee Bollinger, now provost of Dartmouth. "I've had mixed feelings from the outset about [this candidacy],"said Provost Stanley Chodorow, one of the four finalists. "I look forward to continuing the work that President Rodin and I have begun, particularly the goals and projects articulated in the Agenda for Excellence and the 21st Century Project. This is a terrific time in Penn's history and I'm very enthused about continuing our work here."

"I am very pleased that we will still enjoy and benefit from Stan's leadership and vision here. As we move forward with our Agenda for Excellence, there is much important work to be done, and I will be grateful to have Stan's continued partnership as 0we prepare Penn for the 21st Century," said President Rodin.


President's Safety Forum: November 16

As part of the Family Weekend program, Penn President Judith Rodin will hold a campus safety forum at the Zellerbach Theater in the Annenberg Center on Saturday, November 16, from 11 a.m. to noon. Joining Dr. Rodin for the forum will be Philadelphia Mayor Ed Rendell, Tom Seamon, managing director of Public Safety, and Maureen Rush, director of Police Operations.


Almanac

Volume 43 Number 12
November 12, 1996


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