Alumni Archive

  • Penn Arts and Sciences alumnae create a network of women to support undergraduate students and recent College graduates.

  • Past RealArts@Penn interns share their experiences as the program celebrates its 10th year.

  • Gogel majored in fine arts with a minor in anthropology. She is Creative Director at Facebook in San Francisco.

  • Jacobs majored in English and communications. He is President of the The Chernin Group in Los Angeles.

  • Hertzog, majored in history with a minor in economics. He is Vice President of Studio Productions and News at Golf Channel in Orlando.

  • Poet and scholar Joshua Bennett, C’10, discusses his debut poetry collection.

  • Bonus content section for the Spring/Summer 2017 edition of the OMNIA magazine.

  • Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jennifer Egan, C’85, was the guest speaker at this year’s graduation ceremony for the University of Pennsylvania College of Arts and Sciences, held on May 14. Egan’s most recent novel, A Visit From the Goon Squad, won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction. She is the author of four other books and numerous stories, and has also received honors for her nonfiction writing.

  • We speak with a diverse group of alums, including Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for NBC and Chair of the Penn Arts and Sciences Board of Overseers Andrea Mitchell, CW'67, about their unique Penn experiences.

  • Let us know what’s new with you.

  • Ivan Sandoval will be student speaker.

  • Penn's poets include some old favorites and emerging stars.

  • Gabriele Marcotti, C’95, is a European-based sports journalist, sports author, and radio-television presenter who is regularly featured on the ESPN channel and website and in widely read publications like "The Times" in London.

  • Documentary filmmaker Erika Frankel, C’00, is currently riding a wave of critical acclaim for "King Georges," which chronicles the final chapter of Chef Georges Perrier’s iconic Philadelphia restaurant Le Bec-Fin.

  • How does an organization develop complete buy-in from its members? In order to answer that question, Amanda Barrett Cox, CGS’04, GED’09, GR’18, conducted and published a study about how organizations that make significant physical, emotional, and intellectual demands foster commitment and loyalty from voluntary participants—and as a result, thrive.

  • As we travel about an environment like a city, we instinctively learn how to get from one location to another and form a “mental map” of our surroundings. How do we do it? And why are some people great navigators while others are frequently disoriented?

  • Their story reads like a film treatment: Three college students—all politics junkies—meet through their involvement in campus politics and hit it off.

  • When graduation time rolled around, Josephine Shin, C’01, started getting a lot of advice—not all of it good. “Everyone told me how women’s studies majors don’t generally put in for finance jobs,” says Shin. “But instead of limiting my options, it’s what made me stand out.”

  • The institute will bring together world-class researchers to solve scientific and technological problems related to alternative sources of energy and energy use and storage.

  • A mutual friend brought Monique Péan and Stephen Glass, both C’03, together senior year. Thirteen years later, the two are partners in marriage and business. After a post-Penn stint at Goldman Sachs, Péan started an eponymous fine jewelry company in Manhattan; Glass, leaving behind a career in real estate private equity, joined her a few years later. Launched in 2006, MONIQUE PÉAN now employs 17 people.

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