- January 25, 2013
Since Dr. Louis I. Grossman, D’23, first established the program, endodontics at Penn Dental Medicine has been a leader in dentistry. The postdoctoral program continues to maintain its reputation of excellence. Not only does Penn’s endodontics program tout a distinguished faculty and draw top students, but a recently opened a state-of-the-art facility will continue to keep the program on the cutting edge of care.
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- January 18, 2013
Ann Nolan Reese, CW’74, PAR’06, PAR’12, a dedicated child advocate and founder of the New York-based Center for Adoption Policy, made a generous gift to the School of Social Policy and Practice (SP2) that is bringing needed attention to those at the other end of the aging spectrum.
The Ann Nolan Reese Penn Aging Concentration (PAC) Program will develop a new cadre of social workers especially trained to "address the needs of the elderly who have complex health issues, but want to maintain independence and dignity," Ann says.
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- January 11, 2013
A sell-out crowd of more than 500 alumni and friends joined Penn President Amy Gutmann and Professors Marwan M. Kraidy and Dorothy Roberts for the final Engaging Minds lecture series event of the calendar year, held December 1 at Cipriani in New York City.
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- January 4, 2013
In celebration of what President Amy Gutmann considers Penn’s “sacred trust”—the University’s steadfast commitment to providing educational access to all outstanding students, regardless of their financial circumstances—more than 500 Penn alumni, students, and friends gathered at the 2012 Fall Scholarship Celebration. This special event took place on November 14 at the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.
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- December 26, 2012
“An Inclination join’d with an Ability to serve … should be the great Aim and End of all Learning,” said University of Pennsylvania founder Benjamin Franklin.
This civic ideal has shaped the University’s core values, influencing Penn’s longstanding commitment to community engagement—a commitment that has been embraced by the University’s Barbara and Edward Netter Center for Community Partnerships.
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