Peek at Penn's Past
from old issues of Almanac)
Month in Penn's History
at Wharton vote unanimously to approve full implementation
of a new MBA curriculum.
between Annenberg Institute and SAS creates a Center
for Judaic Studies at Penn--the first such center
outside Israel devoted exclusively to interdisciplinary
research in Judaic studies.
Drug and Alcohol Policy becomes final; a result of
the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments
war as a threat to health is the premise announced
for a Convocation on the Nuclear Arms Race to
be held November 11
football gives up 20-0 lead in 4th quarter to Harvard,
who makes it 21-20 with 3 touchdowns in 7 minutes.
But with a little over a minute to play Penn scores
a field goal with no time left on the clock to win
Sheldon Hackney reports on 20 months as President.
George Makdisi, "country's leading Arabist," joins
Department of Oriental Studies at Penn.
grievance letter from open meeting of the University
Chapter of the AAUP complaining of sexism and racism
in job placement, tenure, etc.
four-point program designed to strengthen and systematize
the methods by which the University recruits and retains
administrative staff personnel was submitted to the
President's Staff Conference by the newly organized
Committee on Management Development.
School of Communications was dedicated.
Solid State 80 to replace the Univac I at the University
Almanac, Vol. 49, No. 14, November 26, 2002