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Awards Nominations, Spring 2003
Association of Women Faculty and Administrators (AWFA)
invites you to nominate candidates for three annual
awards. These awards will be presented at the awards
breakfast tentatively scheduled on April 9 at
8 a.m. at the Sheraton Hotel. Nominations are invited
for the following awards:
Lenore Williams Award: In 1984, AWFA received
a bequest from Lenore Williams, wife of former
provost Edwin B. Williams. In her honor, AWFA
established an award to be given each year to
an outstanding female scholar or leader. Preference
will be given to a distinguished woman, affiliated
with Penn, whose contributions extend within
and beyond our campus.
Alice Paul Awards: Named in honor of Dr.
Alice Paul--suffragist leader, founder of the
National Women's Party, author of the Equal Rights
Amendment, and internationally known humanitarian--the
awards are presented to undergraduate or graduate
women in recognition of their outstanding service
to women. We wish to honor those who made contributions
to women in the Penn community.
Robert E. Davies Award: This award is in
honor of the late feminist and distinguished
Penn scholar. The award will be bestowed on an
individual involved in social change.
Lynda Hart Award: established in Spring,
2001: The Lynda Hart Award is given to a woman
student who has made an outstanding contribution
to the artistic life of the Penn campus. The
award is in memory of Lynda Hart, Professor of
English, who was a mentor to many and a moving
force behind the Women's Theater Festival.
your nomination, include the following:
nature of the nominee's achievement,
you consider the contribution to be meritorious,
of nominee, mailing address, phone number, e-mail
name, position, mailing address, phone number,
and e-mail address.
submit nominations by March 17, 2003 to:
Davidson, Chair, AWFA Awards Committee
College of Arts & Sciences, 120 Logan Hall/6304
your nominee is selected, we will invite you to say
a few words of introduction on her behalf.
Davidson, AWFA Board of Directors
Drive: March 3
American Red Cross has asked Stouffer College House
to hold another blood drive. They only have one day
of blood reserves! The Blood Drive will be held Monday, March
3 from 1- 6:30 p.m. in the Mayer Playroom. E-mail email@example.com or
call (215) 573-3741 with possible times that you would
like to donate (appointments are every 15 minutes).
See www.redcross.org/services/biomed/blood/learn/eligibl.html for
a list of eligibility criteria.
R. Mickle, House
Dean, Stouffer College House
Below are some of
the items pertaining to Emergency Preparedness to
be found on the University's new web site, www.upenn.edu/about/emergency_preparedness.php,
with links to the particular sources, both on campus
Alert from the Vice
President of Public Safety
notification is to advise you that effective 1 p.m.,
Friday, February 7, 2003, the Office of Homeland Security
announced that it has increased the threat condition
designation from an elevated (yellow) condition to
the high risk (orange) condition. The action was deemed
necessary due to information received from multiple
intelligence sources confirming an increased likelihood
of unspecific terrorist activity against American
citizens and assets at home and abroad.
Division of Public Safety continues to operate at
an already heightened state of security. Per the University's
PennCard Security Policy dated May 1, 2002, "members
of the Penn community must be prepared for the enforcement
of all existing PennCard policies, as well as potentially
greater restrictions on access to campus buildings
and events. Faculty, staff and students of the University
of Pennsylvania must carry their PennCard Identification
Cards with them or risk being denied access to University
events or buildings" (Almanac,
May 7, 2002).
be alert and report any criminal incident, suspicious
behavior or improper security activity to the Division
of Public Safety by dialing 511 for any campus phone
or (215) 573-3333 if you are off campus.
Maureen S. Rush, Vice
President for Public Safety
You Should Find a Suspicious Package
Division of Public Safety advises everyone to take
extra precautions at this time. Information on how
to deal with suspicious packages and other unusual
activity can be found on the division's web site, www.publicsafety.upenn.edu.
information about biological agents such as anthrax,
please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's
emergency preparedness site, www.bt.cdc.gov.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
to Expect After a Traumatic Event, http://www.upenn.edu/news/bulletins/091101/trauma.html
on Dealing with Trauma
from the Office of International Programs (OIP)
Travel Safety Advisories
U.S. Department of State is closely monitoring world
events and the impact that these events have on international
travel. For the convenience of University faculty,
staff and students, the Department of State Travel
Advisories will be posted to this site.
addition to travel information, this site, will be
used to communicate information to the community during
any future emergency condition affecting the University.
from the US Department of State, and Bureau of Consular
article in last week's issue on Computer Donation,
Recycling and Disposal had an incorrect phone number
for members of the Penn community interested in obtaining
guidelines for equipment recycling. For information,
visit the Penn Computing web site, www.upenn.edu/computing/provider/recycle.html.
Resources' Brown Bag Matinee: Communicating Non-defensively will
be held on Tuesday, March 18 not March 19. --
Faculty Research Fellowships: Call for Applications,
are solicited from the standing faculty of the University
of Pennsylvania humanities and allied departments
for six research fellowships for the 2003--2004 academic
year--three at $5,000 each for junior faculty and
three at $10,000 each (course replacement) for senior
will be designated Penn Humanities Forum Faculty Research
Fellows and will be expected to participate in a weekly
research seminar (Tuesdays, noon-2 p.m.) during the
academic year along with other scholars, including
Mellon Postdoctoral Fellows, Regional Faculty Fellows,
Faculty Research Fellows must be carrying out research
related to the Forum's topic for 2003-2004, Belief
(for topic details, see PHF's web page: http://humanities.sas.upenn.edu/topics03.htm).
Fellows may use their funds for any materials or activities
that further their investigations.
send a one-page research proposal and c.v. to Wendy
Steiner, Director, Penn Humanities Forum, 3619 Locust
Walk/6213, or via e-mail to Jennifer Conway, Associate
Director, firstname.lastname@example.org (215-898-8220).
deadline: Monday, March 28, 2003.
Steiner, Director, Penn Humanities Forum
Almanac, Vol. 49, No. 23, February, 2003