Breadwinning from 1850-1940
6:00p.m. - 7:00p.m.
Suzanne Roberts Theatre, 480 S. Broad St.
Since 2000, Leslie Laird Kruhly has served as vice president and university secretary in the Office of the President, working with the University Trustees to plan meetings and set priorities, cultivate volunteer leadership, help plan Convocation and Commencement—and, yes, carry that four-pound University Mace in Commencement’s academic procession.
Returning to campus to deliver the Penn Forum for Women Faculty’s Phoebe S. Leboy Lecture, Rodin reflected on her tenure at the University and the Rockefeller Foundation, while explaining her concept of ‘resilience.’
Now on display at the Morris Arboretum is a new interactive sculpture crafted by artist Patrick Dougherty—made from hundreds of pieces of willow.
Director of the Center for East Asian Studies Jacques deLisle reflects on the goings-on of Hong Kong since British release of the region in 1997.
Seven highlights from this year’s Sustainability Report show progress on how the University is faring with its target goals to improve environmental sustainability.
Meet The Wharton Alliance, which, in its 16th year, continues its dual promise of cultivating a network of LGBTQ business students while considering the future of diversity in the workplace.