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Take Our Daughters to Work Day:
Thursday, April 25

For girls 9-15 years of age and their sponsors (Note: Please remember that sponsors must accompany their young female guests at all times and have supervisory approval to participate).

Human Resources is sponsoring activities across campus for "Take Our Daughters to Work Day." Many special activities are planned for this day. Registration is required. Information on how to register is outlined below. *

Sample Workshops & Activities

  • Veterinary Hospital Tour
  • Career Services
  • Museum Tour
  • Hands-on Science Experiments
  • Fine Arts Project
  • Careers in Nutrition
  • Robotics for Girls
  • Computer Technology & Nursing
  • Penn Relays
  • WXPN Tour
  • Becoming a Scientist
  • Law Enforcement Careers
  • Physics/Astronomy Observatory Open House

On-line Registration Process*

If you are interested in registering for an activity, but are unable to access Human Resources' on-line course catalog, please call Orna Rosenthal at (215) 898-5116.

To see and register for this year's activities, go to Each registration represents one sponsor and one guest. If you are bringing more than one guest, please contact Orna Rosenthal at (215) 898-5116 or

If you are interested in "adopting a daughter" for Take Our Daughters to Work Day, contact Isabel Mapp at the Center for Community Partnerships: or (215) 898-2020.

Discount Meal Options

Faculty Club--Faculty Club members are invited for a buffet lunch with their daughter/young guest during the hours of 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Adults: $8.50; Daughter/Guest: $4.25 discounted rate. Presented by the Faculty Club, located on the second floor of the Inn at Penn, 3611 Walnut Street.

Houston Market--Campus Dining Services invites Penn faculty and staff along with their daughter/guest to enjoy a free fountain soda with every purchase of a deli or grill sandwich, entrée salad, or pasta dish at Houston Market during the hours of 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Houston Market is located on the lower level of Houston Hall at 3417 Spruce Street. (Does not include meal deals). Presented by Campus Dining Services.

--Division of Human Resources

Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 26, March 19, 2002


March 19, 2002
Volume 48 Number 26

Penn's Vice Provost for Information Systems and Computing will become Georgetown's next Provost.
Penn Medicine is getting one of the largest gifts ever to a university hospital: a $100 million endowment from Philadelphia Health Care Trust.
The Center for Folklore and Ethnography honors its first director at a symposium this week.
Last call for volunteers for University Council committees for 2002-2003.
Military Leave Policy revisions clarify benefits for those serving their country.
Health care and Dependent Care Pre-tax Expense Accounts: restrictions, tax implications and special limits for dependent care.