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Penn Faculty and Staff
Appreciation Picnic

The President, Provost, and Executive Vice President invite you to a picnic to celebrate and appreciate your contribution to Penn! Join your colleagues under the tress of College Green for a complimentary lunch by Bon Apetit and concert by FRIENDS, with Glen Bryan.

Last year, 5,000 faculty and staff had a great time.

Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy good music, good food, and good company!

Wednesday, June 12, 2002
(changed from June 13)
11 a.m. -- 2 p.m.

On College Green
between College Hall and the Library

Remember to bring: The "New Date" postcard sent to you via intramural mail and a photo ID. They are required to receive the complimentary lunch.

The picnic is sponsored by Human Resources. Questions? Contact QOWL, or call (215) 898-5116.

For photos from last year's picninc CLICK HERE

-- Division of Human Resources

Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 35, May 28, 2002


May 28, 2002
Volume 48 Number 35

The Law School awards teaching awards, including some new ones.
Two SAS faculty members will be appointed Annenberg Professors.
As the weather warms up outside, the cooling season energy conservation measures are planned for inside campus buildings.
A search committee is formed for the School of Social Work Dean position.
The Alumni Reunion Gifts will provide funds for scholarships and campus enhancements.
It is almost time for the annual Faculty and Staff Appreciation Picnic.
This call is for you….is your entry in the Telephone Directory correct? How to update records if they are incorrect and out-of-date.
City Year, an AmeriCorps program, will have its annual convention at Penn in early June, with a day of service that the Penn community is invited to participate in along with the 1,000 young people from across the U.S.
New Border Security Legislation, Changes in Student Visa Processing and Bioterrorism Legislation are some of the topics in the The Government Affairs Update.
Penn Perspective is a perfect place to ponder this complex place.
Detecting pain in infants and children; understanding a matriarchy; treating severe depression and preparing troops to train with simulated situations.