Penn Current Express

News, ideas and conversations from the University of Pennsylvania

March 24, 2011

Dear Penn Faculty and Staff,

The Penn Current Express is a weekly newsletter bringing you timely news stories about the Penn community. The Penn Current Express will be delivered to your inbox every Thursday.

National Constitution Center

Penn President Amy Gutmann will deliver the keynote address on the importance of civility in public discourse as part of the National Constitution Center's "Can We Talk? A Conversation about Civility and Democracy in America" forum, set for Saturday, March 26, to Sunday, March 27. Read more...  

Penn Fashion Week

Student fashionistas can strike a pose and show off their finest inspirations during Penn Fashion Week, March 28 to April 2 at a number of campus locales. The six-day celebration will feature keynote speakers, professional panel discussions and a student-produced runway show. Read more...   

Catch up with 

Al Bagnoli

Al Bagnoli, the George A. Munger Head Coach of Football at Penn, discusses winning, his keys to victory, recruiting without an athletic scholarship and how the defending Ivy League champions are looking for next season. Read more... 

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Knowledge@Wharton High School

Since its initial launch in 1999, the online business journal Knowledge@Wharton has grown to become a widely respected network of business news and research. But this month, Knowledge@Wharton entered what may prove to be its most challenging market yet--high school. Read more...  

 

 

Web Security

To help Penn faculty and staff recognize potential online security risks, the University's Office of Information Systems and Computing and Office of Audit, Compliance and Privacy have teamed up to develop a short online training program called "Information Privacy and Security at Penn." Read more...    

 

 

Philly Children's Festival

The 27th annual Philadelphia International Children's Festival takes over the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts from Thursday, April 7, to Saturday, April 9, with a fiesta that is open to children of all ages, but is geared toward ages 3 to 12. Read more...   

 


 

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