Author Archives: Mayumi Hirtzel

Penn Healthy You: Be In The Know 2020-2021 Essentials

For more information about Penn Healthy You and Be In The Know 2020-2021, visit https://www.hr.upenn.edu/wellness-worklife or email hr-wellness@hr.upenn.edu

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Penn Healthy You: Be In The Know Penn Wellness Campaign for 2020-2021

It’s time to focus on your health and well-being with Penn’s 2020-2021 Be in the Know wellness campaign. Whether you want to focus on a health goal, participate in well-being challenges, or simply strive to feel your best, Penn is … Continue reading

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Shop Local. Shop Penn.

Many of our favorite stores and restaurants are open again and ready to serve you! See what’s open: shopsatpenn.com Follow us on social media for the latest news, offerings, and promotions: @shopsatpenn #shoppenn

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SEPTA Retiring Paper Transit Passes; Transitioning to SEPTA Key Card

SEPTA has advised the University that its legacy magnetic-stripe paper passes have been retired.  The September monthly passes were the last transit fare paper products distributed by mail. Penn Commuters who currently place a monthly paper pass order with Health … Continue reading

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SAC Launches Kids on Earth: India Edition

The South Asia Center is proud to launch our collaborative global education online initiative, Kids on Earth: India Edition by Howard Blumenthal.  This year the South Asia Center worked with our partners at UPIASI to organize Howard’s travel to South Asia for … Continue reading

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Anthropology at Home: South Asia Series

The South Asia Center is excited to launch the Anthropology at Home: South Asia Series with the Penn Museum. SAC Teaching Artists in Residence, Krishnapriya CP and Narendran Kumar from Chennai India, created a series of Anthropology at Home lesson plans for remote … Continue reading

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Invitation for all Asian and Asian American Faculty, Staff & Post-Docs: Restorative Practice Circles

PAACH is partnered with Pan-Asian Faculty & Staff Association (PAFSA), Restorative Practices @ Penn, Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS), Special Services/Division of Public Safety, and Penn Global to develop these spaces for Faculty, Staff, and Post-Docs. https://global.upenn.edu/global-initiatives/stopping-hate-and-starting-heal

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SEPTA Would Like to Hear From You!

SEPTA is currently conducting a survey to learn about factors that influence your current and future decisions about using public transit services. Click here to participate.

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Penn’s Plans for the Fall 2020 Semester

Visit https://fall-2020-planning.upenn.edu/ to review Penn’s plans for students, faculty, staff, research, and health and safety for the Fall 2020 semester.

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Campaign for Community: A Message to the Penn Community From Provost Wendell Pritchett

Last week, President Gutmann called on our community to join in grieving the deaths of George Floyd and too many others and to commit to being part of a positive change. I am writing today to reaffirm her call to … Continue reading

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