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Upcoming Events

Senator Bob Casey. Talks

Transforming Long-Term Care

The Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics welcomes Bob Casey, U.S. senator for Pennsylvania, and a panel of experts to discuss opportunities to improve nursing homes as critical healthcare facilities. Speakers include Mary Ersek, a professor at the School of Nursing; Jasmine L. Travers; an assistant professor of nursing at New York University; Rachel M. Werner, executive director of the Leonard Davis Instiute; and Rodney Whitlock, health advisor and vice president for McDermott+Consulting.

Van Pelt Library. Exhibits

Journey into Warhol’s Unknown Works

Penn Libraries hosts art historian and collector Paul Marechal, who will discuss his work cataloging the works of Andy Warhol. Marechal has researched and assembled a collection of magazine illustrations, record covers, textile creations, and more.

Talks

Preserving Neighborhoods

As part of the Changing the Face of the City speaker series, The Weitzman School of Design and The Carpenters' Company host a presentation and Q&A session with Dr. Aaron Passell of Barnard College, discussing how urban policy shapes Baltimore and Brooklyn.

Penn Priorities

A look at a few of our big picture priorities that improve Penn as we create knowledge to benefit the world.

Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination at Penn

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Nondiscrimination Statement