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2005-2006 Faculty/Staff Telephone Directory

Faculty/Staff Telephone Directory Update

Thank you to all faculty and staff who updated their information online for the printed 2005-06 Faculty and Staff Telephone Directory. Online directory and printed telephone directory data were converged last year, so online listings must be accurate in order to create valid printed listings. By mid-November, the new printed directory will be distributed to those departments that submitted orders.

Getting a Directory

Departments that have not submitted their directory order or that want to order additional directories should email fsdirectory@pobox.upenn.edu. Individuals may contact their department’s Directory Liaison to receive a directory. A listing of Directory Liaisons is available at www.business-services.upenn.edu/fsdirectory.

Corrections to Listings in the Printed Telephone Directory

All revisions to the printed directory must  be submitted via e-mail to fsdirectory@pobox.upenn.edu, AND made in the online directory. We will issue an update with 2005-2006 Telephone Directory changes in January 2006.

Keeping Your Directory Information Current

We strongly encourage you to make electronic updates whenever there’s a change in your directory information. Revising your directory listing online allows the University community immediate access to your current information and ensures accuracy for the next printed directory. Telephone directory listings are printed from the online directory information. Please use the online update form to revise your directory listing.

To view/update your record: Go to www.upenn.edu/directories. Your PennKey and password are required for online access. (For  information regarding your PennKey and password, go to www.upenn.edu/computing/pennkey.)

Directory Contents

The Green Pages contain emergency phone numbers, ISC Networking and Telecommunications operations and instructions for voice, data and video. They also feature the Division of Business Services  operations and procedures by department.

In the White Pages, faculty and staff are listed alphabetically with title, department, address, phone, fax and email. Note: a guide to abbreviations used throughout the directory can be found on page 2 of the directory.

The Blue Pages contain:

• Listings for Trustees, Officers, Emeritus Professors & Standing Faculty

• Penn's departments, business units and organizations, including student groups (fraternities and sororities, clubs, organizations, societies and activities council organizations).

• Mass transit and parking information; maps of the area and campus.

—Donna M. Petrelli Aquino, Project Manager
Division of Business Services


Telephone Directory Cover

Design: Creative Communications@Penn, based on the Penn Archives website, http://sceti.library.upenn.edu/franklin, designed by Greg Bear.

Cover Images: College of Philadelphia, first campus, Fourth and Arch Streets, with figures in colonial dress; watercolor by Charles M. Lefferts, 1913. Collections of the University Archives and Records Center. Portrait of Benjamin Franklin reading, 1767, by David Martin.  Copy by Charles Willson Peale, 1772.  American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia.

Commemorating the legacy and enduring contributions made by Benjamin Franklin.


About the Telephone Directory Cover:

Franklin at 300–The Legacy of Penn’s Founder

Franklin believed that education should be utilitarian and serve as preparation for public service. Penn was founded to fulfill this purpose. This was a significant point of differentiation for the University, and one that is still reflected in its multi-disciplinary focus. It is believed by many that Franklin would be proud of Penn’s approach to higher education today.

Penn is one of five Philadelphia institutions joined in the Benjamin Franklin Tercentenary, a private, non-profit alliance established to mark the three-hundred-year anniversary of Benjamin Franklin’s birth (1706-2006). The Ben Franklin Tercentenary is a multi-year celebration of events commemorating the legacy and enduring contributions made by Franklin.

Visit www.benfranklin300.com for a complete overview and schedule of events.

The University’s participation in the Tercentenary is highlighted at “Penn in the Age of Franklin 1740—1790,” which may be found at  http://sceti.library.upenn.edu/franklin.


  Almanac, Vol. 52, No. 12, November 15, 2005


November 15, 2005
Volume 52 Number 12


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