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Alumni Casualties of September 11

Penn's Department of Development and Alumni Relations has recently released a list of names of those Penn alumni lost in the September 11 terrorist attacks. The toll currently stands at 14, 13 died at the World Trade Center and one at the Pentagon.

  • Listed below are alumni confirmed dead:
  • Mukul K. Agarwala, Electrical Engineering '84 & Wharton Grad. '90
  • J. Howard Boulton Jr., Wharton Evening '94
  • Mark K. Charette, Wharton '85
  • Geoffrey Cloud, Law '90
  • Robert J. Deraney, Wharton Grad. '83
  • Garth E. Feeney, Engineering & Wharton '95
  • Gerald P. Fisher, Social Work Doctorate '74 & Grad. City Planning '72
  • Nicholas Humber, Wharton Grad. '67
  • Hideya Kawauchi, Wharton Grad. '93
  • Michael M. Miller, Wharton '84
  • Tu-Anh Pham, Wharton Grad. '89
  • Michael V. San Phillip, Wharton '67
  • Keiji Takahashi, Law Doctorate '85
  • Jeffrey D. Wiener, Grad. Engineering '94

In an effort to honor the memory of the alumni lost to the tragedy, Penn will hold a moment of silence at the start of the November 3 Homecoming game.

Additionally, a symposium on terrorism comparable to the one held on campus last month (Almanac September 18), is planned for October 29 in New York City. President Rodin and several professors will present at the lecture.

Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 9, October 23, 2001


October 23, 2001
Volume 48 Number 9

To memorialize those who were victims of the September 11 attacks, Penn has created the Memorial Scholarship Fund.
A $7 million grant to launch the Center of Excellence for Patient Safety Research and Practice.
The Law School has named Edward Rock the inaugural Saul A. Fox Distinguished Professor of Business Law. Dr. Jason Scott Johnston has been named the Robert G. Fuller, Jr. Professor of Law.
The list of Penn alumni who died in the World Trade Center and the Pentagon is released.
View protocol for identifying and handling suspicious packages and what to do in case of a hazardous discharge. Public Safety will hold training sessions on bomb threats and suspicious packages.
The Policy on Electronic Privacy, which was implemented last fall, is now due for its mandated one-year review; comments are invited by November 16.
Speaking Out: another perspective on the possible six-month moratorium on the issuance of foreign student visas.
Presented at Council -- Safety and security update: from accreditation and arrest protocol to homeland security issues. An update on recommendations concerning services to students with disabilities.
As daylight savings time comes to an end next weekend, Public Safety offers tips for using public transportation safely after dark

For those who want to get away--international travel advisories; fellowships for research abroad and accommodations in London.