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School of Arts and Sciences'
2002 Teaching Awards

Ira Abrams Award | Kahn Award: Educational Excellence | Dean's Award: Innovation in Teaching | Kahn Award: Distinguished Teaching | Dean's Award: Mentorship in Research | CGS Award | Dean's Award: Non-standing Faculty | Dean's Award: Grad Students

School of Medicine's
2002 Teaching Awards

Ennis Professor of
Bioengineering: Dr. Hammer

Dr. Daniel Hammer, professor and chair of bioengineering, has been named the Alfred G. and Meta A. Ennis Professor of Bioengineering. FULL STORY HERE

No April 17 Council Meeting

Dear Council Members,

The Steering Committee has canceled the Wednesday, April 17, Council meeting due to the absence of items ready for discussion. The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, April 24, 4-6 p.m. in Bodek Lounge, Houston Hall.

--Leslie Laird Kruhly,
Secretary of University Council

Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 30, April 16, 2002


April 16, 2002
Volume 48 Number 30

Both the School of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Medicine announce the recipients of their annual teaching awards.
Gearing up for Open Enrollment means thinking about how the changes in benefits could influence which medical or dental plan is most cost-effective.
President Judith Rodin protects and defends free speech on campus, reiterating a message from her January 1995 Welcome Back which is still relevant today.
SEAS announces a new Ennis Professor, named for Dr. Alfred Ennis (Moore School '28).

Penn participates in the Franklin Institute Laureates Symposium, hosting four symposia on campus which are open to the University community.