Peek at Penn's Past
from old issues of Almanac)
Month in Penn's History
DuBois College House celebrates its
Dimensions is published For
Twenty-First Century Endowed Scholars
Fund established with a $10 million
anonymous gift at the School of Medicine.
Limits for Ph.D. Matriculants in Graduate
Faculty and Staff move into the newly
renovated and enlarged Steinberg Hall-Deitrich
American Association of University
Students establishes its national
headquarters at Penn.
Houses receive a $1 million gift from
the family of the late John C. Pappas
to fund three programs to strengthen
living/learning in the College Houses.
Irene Winter, associate professor
of history of art, is Penn's first
MacArthur Prize Fellow.
Professor Shelomo D. Goitein is Penn's
first MacArthur Prize Fellow Laureate.
vote to name biology building Goddard
Laboratories in honor of Provost Emeritus
Dr. David R. Goddard.
School of Electrical Engineering celebrates
its fiftieth anniversary
elect Dr. Eliot Stellar as Provost
of the University.
of Social Work building is named the
Caster Building in recognition of
a gift from Harold J. Caster (Wharton
One University, the report
of the University Development
Commission is published.
and the seven other Ivy Group institutions
approve a common admissions policy.
Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
Earl Warren is the principal speaker
at the dedication of the Law School's
new $1.6 million classroom building
on Sansom St.
Almanac, Vol. 49, No. 19, January 28, 2003