President Amy Gutmann says, “The single biggest lever for economic innovation in our society is education.”
PHILADELPHIA -- University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann received the 2010 Gold Medal Award from the Philadelphia Public Relations Association at a ceremony here today.
WHO:Michael Fitts, Dean, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Amy Gutmann, President, University of Pennsylvania
WHAT: Final steel beam to be placed on Golkin Hall
WHEN: Nov. 4, 2010 @ 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: University of Pennsylvania Law School, 3400 Chestnut Street
Penn Law School Dean Michael Fitts will be joined by members of the Law School’s Board of Overseers and Penn President Amy Gutmann to sign the final steel beam on the new Golkin Hall.
President Amy Gutmann and Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg Public Policy Center are among the eight women named Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania.
Other U.S. colleges have resisted entering into such relationships. Among them, the University of Pennsylvania chose not to apply for a Confucius Institute, partly because it was uncomfortable with the Chinese government's involvement, says G. Cameron Hurst III, a former director of the university's Center for East Asian Studies.
President Amy Gutmann is cited as being one the few women leading a major university.
DENVER –- The University of Pennsylvania received Second Nature’s first Climate Leadership Award for Institutional Excellence yesterday at the 4th Annual American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment Summit here.
Penn’s endowment performance is spotlighted.