3 National Urban Challenges of the Cities; Michael Stegman, HUD; 12-1:30 p.m.; Upper Gallery, Meyerson Hall (City and Regional Planning).

Killing the Jews: From Ritual to Massacre in the Middle Ages; David Niremberg, Rice and Institute for Advance Study, Princeton; respondent: Edward Peters, history; 5 p.m., Bowl Room, Houston Hall (Kutchin Seminars in Jewish Studies).

5 Disintegration of the American Political Center; Arlen Specter, US Senator; 4:30-6 p.m.; 350 Steinberg-Dietrich (Public Policy Forum; Public Policy & Management; Gruss Public Management).

Social Work and Social Welfare: The Changing Prospectus; Robert Pinker, London School of Economics and political science; 7-9 p.m.; Alumni Hall, Faculty Club (Social Work).

11 Critical Issues in Adolescent HIV Care, Building Culturally Competent HIV Care Partnerships with African American Young Women ; Sandra Lewis,Univ. of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ, National Pediatric HIV Resource Ctr.; 1 p.m.; Rm. 123C, Abramson Research Bldg. (CHOP).

The Hispanic Agenda for Action: Implications for Academic and Community Parterships--A New Initiative from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Henry Montes, U.S. DHHS; 5-7 p.m., NEB Auditorium (Ctr. for Urban Health Research).

Next Issues: There will be issues December 10 and 17, but none December 24 or 31, and none January 7. We will resume publishing weekly with the January 14 issue. The deadline for the January at Penn calendar is December 3. The deadline for the February at Penn calendar is January 14.


Volume 43 Number 14
December 3, 1996

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