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Over the Summer
September 7, 2010, Volume 57, No. 02

Revised Patent Policy: The recently revised “Patent and Tangible Research Property Policies and Procedures” was published OF RECORD in the July 13 issue of Almanac as a 12-page supplement. It is available online as a PDF on Almanac’s website.

See www.upenn.edu/almanac/volumes/v57/n01/contents.html for the supplement as well as the entire summer issue that also included an update from Business Services with info about parking and SEPTA, and the Penn Children’s Center.

AUNI Grant: The Agatston Urban Nutrition Initiative, a non-profit organization that is part of the Netter Center, received a $900,000 grant from the US Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health which will enable the creation of the Growing Together Internship Program. This three-year project builds upon AUNI and is intended to create an effective model for University-assisted community and youth development that can be replicated in other cities. More details and images will be published in a future issue.

Golkin Hall: The Law School announced the name of its new building at the ceremonial ground-breaking on July 22. Golkin Hall, which had been referred to as the Sansom Street Project, is being built where Pepper Hall had been located; it will connect the school’s existing buildings: Silverman Hall and Tannenbaum Hall. The new building is named for Perry Golkin, W’74, WG’74, L’78, Penn Law Board of Overseers member. More details and images will be published in a future issue.

Almanac - September 7, 2010, Volume 57, No. 02