Many Voices, Many Visions
10:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Arthur Ross Gallery, 220 S. 34th St.
In a Q&A, Executive Vice President Craig Carnaroli reflects on the University’s latest Economic Impact Report and the new effort to include an account of Penn’s civic engagement and impact on Philadelphia, its residents, and surrounding communities.
Amidst the uncertainties of the pandemic and with time to plan, this year organizers of summer camp offerings at Penn have developed an array of in-person and virtual programs.
Alongside regular saliva-based COVID-19 testing, other tools such as contact tracing, quarantine and isolation facilities, and health and well-being monitoring platforms are critical for protecting and supporting the campus community.
In 2020, SP2 alum Sherisse Laud-Hammond was named the new director of the Penn Women’s Center, a position in which she is the first Black woman and woman of color to serve.
Since 2007, Penn Law’s BLSA has led an outreach program to inspire a diverse cohort of future lawyers.
A growing presence in community care centers has given Penn Dental Medicine more opportunities to serve Philadelphians and to train its students.
With the pandemic, Penn Memory Center’s social interaction and companionship program for seniors moved online.
The Perelman School of Medicine’s Medical School Government used its annual funding that usually goes to events in non-pandemic times to help the West Philadelphia community.
As vice provost for university life, Mamta Motwani Accapadi is dedicated to giving students the support they need to thrive.
A registry for Castleman disease lets patients initiate enrollment, increasing enrollment rates as well as the amount of clinical data and samples available to researchers.