The panel of distinguished Penn scholars and students will discuss the history and legacy of Afro-American Studies at Penn and nationwide. This dialogue will celebrate those who have made Afro-American Studies at Penn a reality and will address the collective responsibility those committed to the discipline have in ensuring its continued success in the future. Participants include:
For more information, call the Afro-American Studies Program at 898-4965.
This year's keynote lectures are The Current State of the Biotechnology Industry by G. Steven Burrill, Burrill & Company, and Innovation and the Future of Medicine by Dr. William Haseltine, Human Genome Sciences.
Tickets for the conference are $15 for students or partners, $55 for Wharton alumni, faculty or administrators, and $75 for executives. To register: send name, address, phone and fax number, e-mail, number of tickets needed and a check payable to the "Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania" to Ms. June Kinney, Wharton MBA Health Program, Room 205, Colonial Penn Center, 3641 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19104-2618 by April 15.
The free course is in two parts: Part One meets today, Tuesday, April 8, 6-9 p.m., in Room 321 Williams Hall. Note: Part Two, originally scheduled for April 15, has been cancelled.
To sign up: Micheline Murphy, by phone at 898-0150 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Associate Director, Center for Community Partnerships
Volume 43 Number 29
April 8, 1997
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