University President

Calling Philosophers of Education

October 12, 2011

President Amy Gutmann is cited for comments about the value of a university education.

New Park at University of Pennsylvania

September 16, 2011

President Amy Gutmann is quoted about Penn Park, calling it a “beautiful, sustainable, green oasis.”

Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

“Ethically Impossible”

September 14, 2011

President Amy Gutmann, chair of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, shares her views on a 1940s STD experiment in Guatemala.

Article Source: Huffington Post
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Media Contact:Julie McWilliams | | 215-898-1422September 13, 2011

Penn Park Opening Celebration Slated for Thursday


WHAT:       The University of Pennsylvania will officially open Penn Park with a ceremonial tree-planting and ribbon-cutting at a University-wide picnic celebration, complete with food, field games, music and fireworks.

Audio: Amy Gutmann, Directora de la Comisión Presidencial Habla del Estudio de Asuntos de Bioética Donde Se Analizó Lo Sucedido Entre 1946 y 1948 en Guatemala Sobre Enfermedades Venéreas

September 13, 2011

President Amy Gutmann shares her comments about ethical issues regarding a 1940s STD study in Guatemala.

Article Source: La W Radio

What Would They Do?

September 11, 2011

President Amy Gutmann is featured.

Article Source: Newsweek

1940’s U.S. Research Misconduct Report Released

September 13, 2011

President Amy Gutmann says, “A civilization can be judged by the way that it treats it most vulnerable individuals.”

Article Source: USA Today

Video: Penn Park Brings ‘Green’ to University City

September 13, 2011

Penn Park is highlighted along with President Amy Gutmann and Michael Diorka of Penn Athletics.

Article Source: WCAU-TV (Philadelphia)

Penn Park Opens Vistas and Green Space to All Philadelphians

September 14, 2011

President Amy Gutmann comments on the new 24-acre green space.

Video: Penn Park

September 9, 2011

President Amy Gutmann presents the 24-acre park and athletic fields complex.

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