A Fresh Start

Penn President Emerita Judith Rodin CW’66 Hon’04 has accepted the presidency of the Rockefeller Foundation in New York, starting next March. One of the world’s oldest private philanthropies, it works to eradicate poverty and hunger; tackle diseases such as HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis; increase affordable housing; and support the arts. In September, Rodin was in town to accept the Philadelphia Award for her accomplishments at Penn (“Gazetteer,” July/August). —S.F.

 

2004 The Pennsylvania Gazette
Last modified 10/29/04


GAZETTEER: News & Sports


Gutmann to new students: Move to Penn “major upgrade”
Craig Carnaroli named EVP
Should people with dementia be allowed to vote?
Rodin to head Rockefeller Foundation
Sleeping in space
U.S. News & World Report ranks Penn fourth
Anniversary I: M&T program at 25
Frog skin fights bacteria
Anniversary II: La Casa Latina at five
NLRB rules against union in Penn case
Anniversary III: GIC at 20
Second high-rise renovation completed
Rybczynski named to Commission of Fine Arts
Football win streak broken at 17
Dunphy stays at Penn






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