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PHILADELPHIA -- The University of Pennsylvania has selected Patkau Architects of Canada as the designer for the new College House at Hill Square, the first new residential hall to be constructed at Penn in more than three decades. This project will bring together students, faculty and staff in a diverse community built on common intellectual interests.
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Penn Law Names Rulli Director of Center for Clinical Legal Studies as Frenkel Steps Down After 28 Years
PHILADELPHIA –- Louis Rulli has been named director of the Gittis Center for Clinical Legal Studies at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Rulli will succeed Douglas Frenkel, who is stepping down as director on June 30. Frenkel will remain on the faculty at Penn Law, focusing on teaching, writing and dispute-resolution work.
Junior Girl Scouts from West and North Philadelphia
Fox Leadership Program at the University of Pennsylvania
Girl Scouts at Penn Club
Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania
“Stand Up!” leadership, self-esteem and self-defense workshop
Irvine Auditorium, 3401 Spruce St.
The Trustees’ Council of Penn Women will present the Beacon Award to former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.
The Beacon Award recognizes an outstanding person or institution that has taken the lead in furthering the advancement of women, through dedicated pursuit of and commitment to issues affecting women, with results that enhance the status of women.
”Responses to the Urban Crisis: Riots, Disasters, Urban Renewal and Social Change,” a panel discussion about what individuals, organizations and communities can do in response to social upheaval and the implications for social change.
University of Pennsylvania Launches Financial-Aid Initiative, Sets Lowest Tuition Increase in Seven Years
PHILADELPHIA –- To ensure that talented, high-achieving students can chart their educational paths without regard to financial resources, the University of Pennsylvania has launched a new financial-aid initiative to make a Penn education affordable for students from low- and middle-income families.
Also, the Penn trustees today approved the smallest percentage increase in tuition and fees in seven years.
WHO: University of Pennsylvania students
WHAT: Grassroots volunteer efforts to rebuild New Orleans
WHERE: New Orleans
WHEN: March 7-16