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Ombudsman: Anita Summers

Dr. Anita A. Summers, professor emeritus of public policy, management, real estate and education, became the University's ombudsman, effective September 1. Dr. Summers succeeds Dr. Walter Wales, who completed his term as ombudsman this summer. "Walter is to be commended for a job well done," President Judith Rodin said in announcing the appointment. "Given Anita's role as the Ombudsman for Wharton and her dedicated service to Penn in so many other ways, she is especially qualified for this important position. Her wisdom, judgment, and broad knowledge of the University will greatly benefit the Penn community," Dr. Rodin added. Dr. Summers joined the University in l979 as an Adjunct Professor at Wharton, became a Professor of Public Policy and Management in 1982, and chaired that department from 1983-1988. She was a member of Provost's Academic Planning and Budget Committee from l984-1990, in addition to many other University activities. Dr. Summers has been a recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Awards at Wharton several times. While technically retired, her expertise is very much sought after as she is considered a leading authority on urban economic development and finance and educational efficiency. She is also a senior research fellow at Wharton's Samuel Zell and Robert Lurie Real Estate Center.


Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 2, September 4, 2001

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Dr. Arthur H. Rubenstein--an accomplished physician, diabetes researcher and academic leader--is the new EVP for UPHS and dean of the School of Medicine.
Dr. Anita A. Summers, professor emeritus, is the University's new Ombudsman.
Robin H. Beck is now vice president of ISC.
The French Institute has a new director: Dr. Jean H. Gallier, professor of CIS.
The annual Undergraduate Admissions seminars for Penn families with college-bound children take place today and Thursday.
It is time to plan ahead for BEN Financials, the new way to do business at Penn.
A report to the President and Provost Concerning Services to Students with Disabilities includes a dozen recommendations.
Responding to suspicious packages and bomb scares
Some Penn researchers are studying brain injury, cancer cells, firearm violence, and software development while others are finding a new dinosaur.