Penn’s Executive Vice President Craig Carnaroli will chair a group advising the Philadelphia School District on finances and operations.
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Penn’s Craig R. Carnaroli to Chair Group Advising Philadelphia School District on Finances and Operations
PHILADELPHIA – Craig R. Carnaroli, executive vice president of the University of Pennsylvania, has been named chair of the Financial Operations and Systems Working Group, which will advise the Philadelphia School Reform Commission.
The announcement was made by Mayor Michael Nutter in conjunction with the SRC and Ron Tomalis, the Pennsylvania secretary of education.
PHILADELPHIA — The University of Pennsylvania Division of Public Safety will hold its annual Open House on Tuesday, Oct. 11, from 3 to 6 p.m. at 4040 Chestnut St.
Visitors can take a “behind-the-scenes” tour of the PennComm Communications Center, which serves as the command and control center for the Public Safety operation and take a turn on the Firearm Training Simulator.
Used for police officer training, the simulator tests a person’s instincts and response to scenarios that may require the use of deadly force.
PHILADELPHIA — The University of Pennsylvania Division of Public Safety, in conjunction with the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Transportation and Utilities, will kick off the annual “Share the Road” bicycle safety campaign on Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 11 a.m. in front of the Penn Bookstore, 36th and Walnut streets, concluding with a press conference at noon.
Penn’s Social Impact of the Arts Project Receives Funds From NEA Philanthropies for Arts Geo-Database
PHILADELPHIA — The Social Impact of the Arts Project, a research project at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy & Practice in collaboration with The Reinvestment Fund and the City of Philadelphia, has received $250,000 in matching funds from ArtPlace, a consortium of national foundations, federal agencies and corporations.
The opening of Penn Park is spotlighted.
Dean Eduardo Glandt of the School of Engineering and Applied Science and Lynn Marsden of the Arthur Ross Gallery comment on stored artworks.