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Faculty/Staff Telephone Directory

2002-2003 Faculty/Staff Directory: In Print and Online

Directory Orders

By early November, the 2002-03 Faculty and Staff Telephone Directory will be distributed to those departments that submitted orders. If you have not received your directory order or to order additional directories, send e-mail to Individuals may contact Directory Liaisons to receive a directory. A listing of Directory Liaisons is available at

Submitting Corrections to the Telephone Directory (Paper Version)

Revisions to the 2002-2003 Faculty and Staff Telephone Directory should be submitted via e-mail to We will issue a directory update with these changes in January 2003.

Important: Update Your Directory Record Online

Online updates are accepted year-round. Revising your directory listing online allows the University community immediate access to your current information and ensures accuracy for the next printed directory. Please use the online update form to revise your directory listing.

How to Update/Confirm your Record

Go to Your PennKey and password are required for online access. (For more information regarding your PennKey and password, go to

New Faculty/Staff Members

Edit your record online after you have obtained a PennCard and a PennKey/password. If you do not update/confirm your record, your information will not appear in the online directory.

--Donna M. Petrelli Aquino, Senior IT Support Specialist
Division of Business Services


Cover of telephone directory
Cover design by Creative Communications


2002-2003 Telephone Directory Cover: Celebrating Arts and Culture

The cover of the 2002-2003 University of Pennsylvania Telephone Directory features a celebration of arts and culture at the University. Penn is home to a wide variety of arts and cultural venues, including the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (UPM), the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), and the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, which sponsors the Penn Presents series. Kelly Writers House often hosts talks by renowned authors, and many of these have been broadcast on WXPN, the University's radio station. From the Architectural Archives in the GSFA to the Arthur Ross Gallery in the National Historic Landmark Building designed by Frank Furness, the Fisher Fine Arts Library, Penn is home to many treasures of great historical and artistic value.

Note: An overview of the University's Cultural Attractions may be found on p. 50 of the green pages. For a description of the images featured on the cover, go to p. 51 of the green pages.

Ed Note: Also see the Arts & Leisure section on the right-hand side of Almanac's homepage,, for easy access to many of these arts and cultural venues including campus art galleries, UPM, the Morris Arboretum, Penn Presents, Recreation/Athletics and other interesting sites.

  Almanac, Vol. 49, No. 10, October 29, 2002