Site Map
Print This Issue

Issue Contents
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
On the Front Page:
  • Nation's First Undergraduate Program in Market and Social Systems Engineering
  • Avery Goldstein: Inaugural David M. Knott Professor of Global Politics and International Relations
  • Samuel Freeman: Avalon Professor in the Humanities
  • George Smith, 1955 Penn Alum: Co-recipient of 2009 Nobel Prize in Physics

  • Ms. Keeler, Exchange Student
  • Dr. Hess, Economics
  • Dr. Raffensperger, Medicine

  • Of Record:
  • Red Flag Rules

  • Governance:
  • Faculty Senate Executive Committee Agenda

  • Other News:
  • Middle States Commission on Higher Education Affirms the University's Accreditation
  • Greenwall Faculty Scholars Program in Bioethics: November 9
  • Online Submission of the PhD Dissertation
  • University-wide Teaching Awards: November 6
  • Provost's International Research Award–Call for Proposals
  • Honors & Other Things
  • Inviting Applications for College House Fellow
  • Benjamin Franklin's Way
  • Looking for Support for Your Everyday Needs?
  • Annual Selection Period for Retirees and Long-Term Disability (LTD) Recipients: October 19-30
  • National Save for Retirement Week: October 18-24
  • 2009 National Drug-Free Work Week: October 19-25
  • Penn's Way Campaign
  • Penn School of Social Policy & Practice: 100 Years of Social Work Education

  • Bulletins:
  • Sales Tax Increase Impacts the University Club
  • TCPW Award Deadline Extended
  • Annual Home Ownership Educational Series: November 2-6
  • Jacob Lawrence and the Urban Experience: Selected Prints at the ARG
  • Fall Fun at the Morris Arboretum
  • Update
  • CrimeStats

  • To read or print as a PDF file,
    download Adobe® Acrobat® Reader for free!

    October 13, 2009



    Almanac - October 13, 2009, Volume 56, No. 07