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Tuesday, July 15, 2008
On the Front Page:
  • 50 Million from Anne and Jerome Fisher for New Translational Medicine Research Center
  • Robert Ghrist: Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor
  • Charles Howard: University Chaplain

  • Deaths:
  • Dr. Dolan
  • Professor Dunfee
  • Dr. Frederic
  • Rev. Guyott
  • Ms. d’Harnoncourt
  • Professor Kempin
  • Mr. Montgomery

    Of Record :
  • Postdoctoral Stipend Levels for FY 2009
  • Revision to the Policy for Postdoctoral Trainees Regarding New Child Leave
  • Policy for the Appointment of Foreign Nationals Under the Postdoctoral Trainee Program
  • Policy on the Use of Outside Immigration Counsel for Certain Employment-Based Permanent Residency and O-1 Applications

  • Governance:
  • Senate: Economic Status of the Faculty Reports
  • Grievance Commission Annual Report
  • Coverage of Trustees’ June Meeting
  • Government Affairs Update: Commonwealth Appropriation, Lobbying Disclosure
  • COUNCIL: Report of the Committee on Personnel Benefits

    Other News:
  • Transition at Dental Medicine
  • Lorin Hitt: Class of 1942 Term Professor
  • 1 Million from Arthur and Dahlia Bilger to Launch Wharton Interactive Media Initiative
  • Gift from Bilger Family to Center for Neurodegenerative Disease Research
  • Human Resources: Upcoming Programs
  • Honors & Other Things
  • South Street Bridge to Close for Reconstruction Fall 2008
  • PPSA, WPSA and University Club Boards 2008-2009
  • Ajay Nair: Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs
  • Undergraduate Admissions Appointments
  • Brian Rose: Museum’s Deputy Director
  • Keith DeVries Keepership Endowed at Museum
  • Melissa Smith: Museum’s Chief Operating Officer
  • Judy McHugh: Aresty Institute of Executive Education
  • Business Services Update: Parking; Transit, Child Care, Computers, Hotels, Phone Directory
  • ICA Admission: Now Free for All
  • Environmental Health and Radiation Safety Summer Update
  • Three-Year Academic Calendar, 2008-09 through 2010-11

  • Bulletins:
  • One Step Ahead
  • CrimeStats
  • Visit the University Club
  • Update
  • New Express Shipping Services
  • Working Moms Support Group
  • Franklin Field Summer Hours
  • New Location for Student Health

  • Insert:
  • Senate Report on the Economic Status of the Faculty
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    Summary

    4-PAGE SUMMARY OF THE SENATE REPORT ON THE ECONOMIC STATUS OF THE FACULTY

    Almanac - July 15, 2008, Volume 55, No. 01