Alumni Archive

  • A small sampling of recent highlights.

  • A record gift from Roy and Diana Vagelos will create an energy science and technology building.

  • In the mood for tacos? Hillary Reinsberg, C’11, has a recommendation.

  • Warren Lichtenstein, C’87, has established two challenge funds to encourage alumni to make giving a life-long habit.

  • The Penn Arts & Sciences at Work series follows the life experiences and unique career paths of College alumni.

  • Stacey Snider, C’82, PAR’19, the only woman to have run two major movie studios, and Hannah Sweeney, C’19, will speak at the 2019 graduation ceremony for the College of Arts & Sciences on May 19.

  • Penn Arts and Sciences at Work is a photoblog project where we tell the story of the extended Penn Arts and Sciences community. Espinoza-Madrigal, a political science and Latin American and Latino studies majors, is Executive Director of the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice.

  • The Penn Arts and Sciences Professional Women’s Alliance connects female students and recent graduates with accomplished alumnae for mentorship and career exploration.

  • We look back on our favorite arts and sciences stories of 2018.

  • Jacob Gardenswartz, C’18, LPS’18, covers politics and law for MSNBC.

  • Michelle Tandler's career in tech has roots in 17th-century innovation.

  • Billy Shore, C’77, is the CEO of Share Our Strength, a national nonprofit committed to ending childhood hunger in the U.S., and host of the podcast Add Passion and Stir.

  • This Partners and Progress section of OMNIA is dedicated to highlighting Penn Arts and Sciences’ vibrant and generous community of alumni, parents, and friends.

  • Be sure to visit OMNIA online for exclusive multimedia content that covers all aspects of Penn Arts and Sciences research, including faculty, students, alumni, and events. Below is just a small sampling of recent highlights.

  • Bush, C’00, is Executive Director, Operations at Howard L. Zimmerman Architects and is a graduate of the College with a B.A. in Design of the Environment and a minor in Art History.

  • Brodsky, C’99, is US Country Manager at finder.com and is a graduate of the College with a B.A. in Economics, and minors in Mathematics and History.

  • Carmen Maria Machado, Writer-in-Residence at Kelly Writers House, combines science fiction, horror, folk tales, and pop culture references in stories that are utterly modern and unabashedly focused on female experience. Her debut collection, Her Body and Other Parties, was a finalist for the 2017 National Book Award.

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

  • Jennifer Egan, C’85, sees fiction as a cultural artifact.

  • Ph.D. candidate Phoebe Ho and Hua-Yu Sebastian Cherng, GR’14, examine whether social class affects immigrants’ involvement in their children’s education.

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