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Employee Resource Fair: September 28

An Employee Resource Fair will take place in Wynn Commons, Perelman Quad, on Friday September 28, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. (Rain Location: Hall of Flags, Houston Hall). The A-3 Assembly & Penn Professional Staff Assembly (PPSA) are joining together to present the Employee Resource Fair in order to increase awareness and provide information on the variety of services and programs available to all Penn employees. Over 20 offices and Resource Centers will be present to provide information and answer questions.

Participants include:

• African American Resource Center
• Campus Dining Services
• Center for Community Partnerships
• College of General Studies
• Conference Services
• Creative Communications
• Division of Business Services
• Division of Public Safety--Special Services
• Human Resources
(Benefits, Quality of WorkLife, & Recruitment and Learning and Education)
• Institute of Contemporary Art
• Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transgender Center
• Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Programs

• Office of Environmental Health & Radiation Safety
• Office of Off-Campus Living
• University of Pennsylvania Library
• Perelman Quadrangle

• Penn Computer Connection
• Penn Women's Center
• Recreation Department
• Student Health Services

The Penn Current
• University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Coupon for free slice of pizza for first 1,000 employees (donated by Campus Dining Services)
Free Raffle with over 15 prizes! Please bring PENNCard for Raffle and Pizza Coupon.
Raffle items include:

• General raffle prizes of Coca-Cola goodie bags
• Five rolled Penn t-shirts from Penn Bookstore
• Lunch for two from Shula’s 2
• Dinner gift certificate from La Terrasse
• A lunch platter for 20 from Bon Appetite
• Dinner for two at the Ivy Grill
• A gift basket from Douglas cosmetics, with a gift certificate for a free make-over
• Two "Lunch for Two" certificates from the White Dog Cafe
• One free room night from Sheraton University City
Grand Prize: Palm M-100 (donated by Penn Computer Connection)

For more information contact: Troy Odom, A-3 Assembly Chair, at (215) 898-6993; troyo@ or Adam Sherr, PPSA Chair at (215) 898-6687;

Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 5, September 25, 2001


September 25, 2001
Volume 48 Number 5

The School of Arts and Sciences names two faculty members to endowed chairs, Dr. Michael Katz from history and Dr. David Roos from biology
In the aftermath of the attacks, while the community has pondered and prayed, donated and discussed, consoled and counseled, hoped and helped, Penn websites have been created or expanded to provide immediate resources and up-to-date information.
The Penn Humanities Forum kicks off today with a lecture on Time.
The A-3 Assembly and PPSA join together to present an Employee Resource Fair this Friday in Perelman Quad.
Operation Brotherly Love gathers funds and goods for the victims of the recent tragedies.
The Trustees meet after a week's postponement and conclude their meeting with a moment of silence.
In light of the current crisis, the Military Leave Guidelines for faculty and staff as well as those for students are outlined.
The University Museum opens a new exhibit on Modern Mongolia with special events that coincide with Penn Family Day.