August 7, 2014 · 3:28 pm
By Kiera Reilly, C’93 @KieraReilly
Today, while looking through some cabinets in our spare office here in Los Angeles, I rediscovered these print directories from the Penn Club of Los Angeles and the Wharton Club of Colorado. I am guessing that with both clubs the last time they produced a printed directory was in 2000, which would make these the “final edition.”
Penn Club of Los Angeles and Wharton Club of Colorado directories found in the Western Regional Office
Los Angeles directories from 1998, 1999, and 2000
Wharton Club of Colorado alumni directory from 1999-2000
Sponors for UPAASC
Officer listing page for the University of Pennsylvania Alumni Association of Southern California (aka PennClubLA)
Now most of our alumni clubs have a website and an online directory, or none at all, instead referring alumni to QuakerNet, the Penn Alumni online directory, to find local alumni in their community.
Does anyone else have copies of old Penn Alumni club directories?
Filed under Clubs, Kiera R., Penn Clubs, Photos, West Coast Regional Office
Tagged as Directories, GAN, kiera, Kiera Reilly, Los Angeles, Penn Club Los Angeles, Penn Club of LA, Penn Clubs, Regional clubs, Regional Penn Clubs, TBT, Throwback Thursday, West Coast Regional Office, Wharton, Wharton Club of Colorado
August 12, 2011 · 9:00 am
Guest blogger: Umi Howard, Wharton
Are you interested in social enterprise or philanthropy? If the answer is yes, you should find out more about the Lipman Family Prize. This is the first year of this exciting new initiative at Penn and we need two things – 1) students that want to be a part of our Student Selection Committee, and 2) great organizations around the globe to apply for the prize.
The Barry & Marie Lipman Family Prize, administered by the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, recognizes and amplifies the work of organizations creating sustainable solutions to significant social and economic challenges
– with an emphasis on transferability and impact of practices. This is an annual, global prize that will award $100,000 to the winner and a non-monetary award package that includes educational opportunities and other supports.
To find out more about the prize,visit the website and be sure to watch the video! You can also view the prize guidelines here and find out how to apply.