Pullout: Report of the Provost's Committee on Distributed Learning
- Kellogg Conference April 27:
- 'Linking Intellectual Resources and Community Needs'
The second annual W.K. Kellogg Program Conference entitled "Linking
Intellectual Resources and Community Needs" will be held on Monday,
April 27 as part of a three-year, $500,000 grant to the University of
Pennsylvania to link intellectual resources and community needs through
three project areas: Culture and Community Studies, Environment and Health
and Nutrition and Health.
- Morning Session: Academically-Based Community Service: and
Strengthening Undergraduate Education; 9 a.m. -12:15 p.m. [Lunch: 12:15-
1:30 p.m.] Faculty Club
Keynote: Academically-Based Community Service: Reflections of a Converted
Skeptic Dr. Richard Beeman, dean, College of Arts and Sciences and
deputy dean, SAS.
- Faculty Panel chaired by: Francis Johnston, professor of anthropology
- William Labov, John H. and Margaret B. Fassitt Professor of Linguistics
- Rebecca Maynard, Trustee Professor of Education and Social Policy
- Ralph Rosen, associate professor and chair of Classical Studies
- Ingrid Waldron, undergraduate chair and professor of biology
- Afternoon Session: Linking Intellectual Resources and Community
Needs: University-Community Collaborative Research Projects.; 2-4 p.m.
at University City High School, Rm. 12, 36th and Filbert Sts.
Moderator: University City High School Principal Dr. James Lytle.
In discussion of issues related to University-Community Collaborative Research
Projects, discussants will highlight the work of Penn undergraduates and
public school students involved in collaborative research projects.
For more detailed information on the Kellogg Conference Agenda: Penny
Gordon-Larsen at 898-4704, email@example.com,
or the website www.upenn.edu/ccp.
Almanac, Vol. 44, No. 30, April 21, 1998
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