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Tuesday, September 25, 2012
On the Front Page:
  • $4.6 Million Renewal from NIH to Penn Program that Aims to Diversify Biomedical Education
  • Keefers' $1 Million Gift to Penn's Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorders Center
  • Establishing a Department of Africana Studies 
  • US News Rankings

  • Governance:
  • SEC Actions: September 19, 2012
  • Coverage of Trustees' Meetings
  • Council: Agenda for October 3, 2012 Meeting

    Other News:
  • Joel Carstens: University Director of Financial Aid
  • Ken Lum: Undergraduate Fine Arts Program
  • Global Engagement Fund: Call for Proposals—November 2
  • Penn Dental Medicine's Exchange Agreement and Global Symposia in Tokyo and Rio de Janeiro
  • Penn Law's MOU with National Law School of India University
  • The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania's Joseph Wharton Art Collection Commissioned by Alumnus William Polk Carey
  • A Destination for the New Generation: Shoemaker Green
  • Honors & Other Things
  • Pennsylvania Hospital Selected for National Effort to Increase Breastfeeding Rates in US Hospitals
  • Superior Compliance in Hip and Knee Replacement Programs: PPMC
  • Center of Excellence in Pain Education: Perelman School of Medicine
  • Innovative Development Funding: Penn Medicine-Led Cardiovascular Health Screening Technology
  • The Online Revolution: Education for Everyone
  • Penn on Coursera
  • Now at the ARG—California Impressionism: Masters of Light from the Irvine Museum
  • Commemorating Morris Arboretum's 125th Anniversary

  • Human Resources:
  • Did You Know?: Financing Your Future
  • Losing a Loved One: Funeral Planning Support

    Bulletins:
  • UPennAlert Drill: September 28
  • Share the Road: Today and Everyday
  • Today's Eat Local Challenge
  • CrimeStats
  • Update

    October AT PENN Calendar



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    Almanac - September 25, 2012, Vol. 59, No. 05