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Who We Are

We are faculty and staff at the University of Pennsylvania who believe that Penn has a responsibility to ensure adequate funding for the Philadelphia public schools. Penn is the largest property owner in the city of Philadelphia, but as a non-profit institution, it pays no property taxes on its non-commercial properties. In other words, it contributes nothing to the tax base that funds Philadelphia’s public school system — all of this in a city whose schools are underfunded and facing deep budget cuts amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our Commitment

Penn should contribute to an Educational Equity Fund governed by the school district and city of Philadelphia. These would be payments in lieu of taxes (PILOTs) — a fraction of what Penn would owe if it were subject to property tax assessment. We commit ourselves to seeing our university pay its fair share.

Nearly every other Ivy League university already makes payments in lieu of taxes. Penn would be joining the ranks of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Brown, Cornell, and Dartmouth in recognizing its financial obligation to the community of which it is a part.

In What Sense Does Penn Owe the City?

This is not a matter of charity, but rather of justice. Penn’s tax exemption is predicated on the notion that it is a non-profit institution that exists to fulfill a public purpose, not a for-profit corporation that exists to accumulate capital. That distinction must be made meaningful. Today, Penn is the seventh-richest university in the country. Philadelphia, meanwhile, has the highest poverty rate of the ten largest cities in the United States. If Penn’s public mission is to have any meaning at all, the University must not be an exemplar or engine of urban inequality.

Yet the existing system of public finance ensures that Penn benefits from city services that it does not pay to maintain. Penn’s administrators, faculty, and staff rely on city schools, sanitation services, transportation, and other programs. Penn’s location in the city of Philadelphia is one of its defining characteristics that enables the University to attract faculty and students. When the University does not pay for the services and environment that make its work possible, other Philadelphians are left to make up the difference — or, city schools and other institutions simply go without. Penn has a duty to contribute to the city that sustains it.

Fulfilling this responsibility requires more than targeted programs that Penn designs and administers — whether it be competitive scholarships, academically based community service courses, investments in University City, or support for the Penn Alexander School. The city of Philadelphia needs functioning public services that serve all people and that are governed by democratic procedures. Penn, in turn, needs a city with robust democratic governance and the capacity to carry out government responsibilities. No amount of philanthropy or research-based intervention can substitute for public schools available to all, financed by all, and capable of being held accountable through public procedures. Penn’s practice of investing in its immediate neighborhood is not equivalent to meeting its obligation — as all residents do — to contribute to the public governance and institutions that serve every person in the city. Moreover, there is no need for Penn to choose between its existing community programs and its responsibility to make payments in lieu of taxes. Universities throughout the Ivy League have long shown that it is possible to do both.

Penn’s obligation is particularly urgent at a time when protests against racial inequality and injustice have engulfed our city and country. Every institution in our society must address the root causes of racial inequality, which include systems of public finance that enrich wealthy, private, majority-white institutions while underfunding public institutions and public services. Disinvestment in public services has exacerbated educational, health, and economic inequalities, with especially punishing effects on communities of color. 

We know that Penn’s failure to pay PILOTs is only one cause of the critical inequalities in Philadelphia’s schools. The state of Pennsylvania has one of the worst funding gaps between low-income and high-income school districts in the country. But Penn’s paying at least some of what it would owe in taxes to the schools of Philadelphia will represent one important step in the fight for educational justice in Harrisburg and beyond.

What Difference Would an Educational Equity Fund Make?

Penn’s contributions would help the school district address pressing needs.  The schools have long suffered from a teacher shortage and large class sizes.  The district once had a library and certified librarian in nearly every school, but today has only ten certified librarians on payroll.  The district is unable to provide every school with a full range of educational programs and supportive services, including full-time music, art, and physical education teachers; school nurses, psychologists, and counselors; and bilingual staff and teachers. These resources are far more available in surrounding suburban districts whose local tax bases provide superior funding for public education.  Philadelphia students deserve the same resources and opportunities as their peers a few miles away.

Perhaps most urgently, the schools require major investments to protect the health and safety of students, teachers, and staff. The Philadelphia Inquirer has made us all aware of the deadly consequences of asbestos in the schools. Across the city, children may be compromising their futures when they sit down in classrooms, and adults are risking their health to teach, feed, counsel, and care for students. We would not work in these conditions nor ask our students to learn in them. The district estimates that it would cost $125 million to remove asbestos and lead paint from all areas occupied by students. Penn must do its part to ensure that Philadelphia’s children have access to high-quality public education in schools that are safe and healthy. This should be our commitment to our city, our children, and future generations at Penn.

1.  Mike Abito, Assistant Professor, BEPP, Wharton

2.  James Aguirre, Associate Professor, Physics & Astronomy, SAS

3.  Katherine Ahnberg, Librarian, Penn Libraries 

4.  Timothy Allen, IT Technical Director, Wharton Research Data Services

5.  Rajeev Alur, Zisman Family Professor of Computer and Information Science, SEAS

6.  Nikhil Anand, Associate Professor, Anthropology, SAS

7.  Uduak Andy, MD, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, PSOM

8.  Montserrat Anguera, Associate Professor, Biomedical Sciences, Vet School

9.  Lily Applebaum, Assistant to the Faculty Director, Kelly Writers House

10.  Robert Aronowitz, Professor, History and Sociology of Science, SAS

11.  Paulo Arratia, Professor of Mechanical Engineering & Applied Mechanics, SEAS

12.  Maya Arthur, Kelly Writers House Post-Baccalaureate Fellow, Kelly Writers House

13.  Kenisha Askew, Assistant Director of Pro Bono and Social Justice Programs, Law School

14.  David Azizi, Research Coordinator, Political Science, SAS

15.  Eiichiro Azuma, Associate Professor, History, SAS

16.  Claire Babanoury, Instructor in Foreign Languages, Lauder Institute

17.  Cheikh Anta Babou, Associate Professor, History, SAS

18.  Shana Bahemat, Program Coordinator, Alice Paul Center & Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies, SAS

19.  Tara Bamat, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, PSOM

20.  Katharine Bar, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, PSOM

21.  David Barnes, Associate Professor, History and Sociology of Science, SAS

22.  Sandra Barnes, Professor Emeritus, Anthropology, SAS

23.  Catherine Bartch, Associate Director, Latin American and Latino Studies, SAS

24.  Sophie Basalone, Librarian Intern, Fisher Fine Arts Library

25.  Eli Baum, Library Specialist, Penn Libraries

26.  Herman Beavers, Professor of English and Africana Studies, SAS

27.  Ericka Beckman, Associate Professor, Romance Languages, SAS

28.  Gwendolyn Beetham, Associate Director, Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies, SAS

29.  Daniel Beiting, Assistant Professor, Pathobiology, Vet School

30.  Nancy Bentley, Professor, English, SAS

31.  Anne Berg, Assistant Professor, History, SAS

32.  Julie Berger, Senior Research Coordinator, Office of School and Community Engagement, GSE

33.  Clovis Bergere, Senior Research Manager, CARGC, Annenberg School for Communication 

34.  Ellen Berman, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, PSOM

35.  Charles Bernstein, Donald T. Regan Professor, Emeritus, of English and Comparative Literature, SAS

36.  Arvind Bhusnurmath, Senior Lecturer, Department of Computer and Information Science, SEAS

37.  Bárbara Bitarello, Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Genetics, PSOM

38.  Julia Bloch, Director, Creative Writing Program, SAS

39.  Colleen Bonner, Associate Director, Fels Institute of Government, SAS

40.  Robert Botto, Technical Lead, Wharton Behavioral Lab

41.  Maria Bourlatskaya, Lecturer in Foreign Languages, REES & Lauder Institute, SAS

42.  Brooks Bowden, Assistant Professor, Education Policy, GSE

43.  Toni Bowers, Professor, English, SAS

44.  Meg Bowie, Intern, Penn Libraries

45.  Ricardo A. Bracho, Abrams Artist-in-Residence, GSWS/APC, SAS

46.  Katie Brady, Librarian, Penn Libraries

47.  Donna Brandolisio, Manuscript Cataloger, Kislak Center, Penn Libraries

48.  Elizabeth Brannon, Professor, Psychology, SAS

49.  Liz Broadwell, SCPC, Penn Libraries

50.  Ashley Brock, Assistant Professor, Romance Languages, SAS

51.  Amy Brown, Lecturer, Marks Family Center for Excellence in Writing

52.  David B. Brownlee, Frances Shapiro-Weitzenhoffer Professor, History of Art, SAS

53.  Charles Buchholtz, IT Director, SEAS

54.  Kathleen Burlingame, Librarian, Penn Libraries

55.  Lisa Burton-Grika, Advisor for Case Management/Student Support, Wharton Undergraduate Division

56.  Vincent Buschi, Associate Director, Office of Research Services

57.  Anthea Butler, Associate Professor, Religion and Africana Studies, SAS

58.  Alison Buttenheim, Associate Professor, Family and Community Health, School of Nursing

59.  Chris Callison-Burch, Associate Professor, Computer and Information Science, SEAS

60.  Gerald Campano, Professor, GSE

61.  Frank Campbell, Librarian, Penn Libraries

62.  Zach Carduner, Studio Coordinator, Kelly Writers House

63.  José Carreras-Tartak, Research Coordinator, Annenberg School for Communication

64.  Amelia Carter, Assistant Director, Penn South Asia Center

65.  Andrew M. Carton, Associate Professor of Management, Wharton

66.  Lee Cassanelli, Associate Professor, History, SAS

67.  Max Cavitch, Associate Professor, English, SAS

68.  Melanie Cedrone, Librarian, Penn Libraries

69.  Betty Chandy, Lecturer, GSE

70.  Pratik Chaudhari, Assistant Professor, Electrical and Systems Engineering, SEAS

71.  Ching-Li Chai, Professor, Mathematics, SAS

72.  Sonja Lee Chen, Senior Associate Director, Lauder External Affairs, Wharton External Affairs

73.  Hsiao-wen Cheng, Associate Professor, East Asian Languages and Civilizations, SAS

74.  Kristine Chin, Payroll Coordinator, GSE

75.  Ram Cnaan, Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice

76.  Danielle Coellner, Associate Director, Research Services, Division of Finance

77.  Wendy Coffman, Communications Assistant, GSE

78.  Cary Coglianese, Edward B. Shils Professor of Law, Law School

79.  Daniel Aldana Cohen, Assistant Professor, Sociology, SAS

80.  Lapis David Cohen, Library Specialist, Penn Libraries

81.  Lauren Colby, Program Coordinator, School of Social Policy & Practice

82.  Sean Collins, Development & Finance Coordinator, Kelly Writers House

83.  Peter Conn, Vartan Gregorian Professor of English Emeritus, SAS

84.  Cynthia Connolly, Professor, School of Nursing

85.  Grace Conte, Associate Director of Student Life, Wharton

86.  Nicole Cooper, Research Director, Annenberg School for Communication

87.  Timothy Corrigan, Professor Emeritus, Cinema and Media Studies, English, and History of Art, SAS

88.  Meghan Crnic, Senior Lecturer, History and Sociology of Science, SAS

89.  Erin Cross, Director, LGBT Center

90.  Joe Cruz, Sr. IT Director, Wharton

91.  Maria Cuellar, Assistant Professor, Criminology, SAS

92.  Dennis Culhane, Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice

93.  Stephanie J. Creary, Assistant Professor, Management Department, Wharton

94.  Jonathan Crescenzo, Research Engagement Coordinator, CPRE/GSE

95.  Kyle Czarnecki, Lab Manager, Perelman School of Medicine

96.  Amalia Dache, Assistant Professor, Higher Education Division, GSE

97.  Cynthia Dahl, Practice Professor of Law, Law School 

98.  Anna Dausman, Program Manager, Center for Social Impact Strategy, School of Social Policy & Practice

99.  Lena Davidson, Data Analyst, Department of Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics, PSOM

100.  Julie Nelson Davis, Professor, History of Art, SAS

101.  Elizabeth Deane, Faculty Affairs Coordinator, GSE

102.  Manuel de la Cruz Gutiérrez, Librarian, Penn Libraries

103.  Laura M. Dember, Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology, PSOM

104.  Lisbeth Dennis, Manager of Special Projects, DBEI & CCEB, PSOM

105.  James Denk, Sr. IT Project Leader, Wharton 

106.  Christopher Denman, Senior Associate Director, Office of Research Services

107.  Molly Des Jardin, Data Integration Specialist, Annenberg Public Policy Center, Annenberg School for Communication

108.  Karen Detlefsen, Professor of Philosophy and Education, Philosophy, SAS

109.  Aaron DeWitt, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, PSOM

110.  Stephanie Dick, Assistant Professor, History and Sociology of Science, SAS

111.  Stephen DiNardo, Professor of Cell & Developmental Biol, PSOM

112.  Mary DiSangro, Administrative Coordinator, GSE

113.  Ezekiel Dixon-Román, Associate Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice

114.  Megan Doherty, Director of Operations and Programming, Center for Global Health, PSOM

115.  Eileen Doherty-Sil, Associate Director, Political Science Undergraduate Program, SAS

116.  André Dombrowski, Associate Professor, History of Art, SAS

117.  Melissa Donner, Instructional Coach, Urban Teacher Apprenticeship Program, GSE

118.  Micah Dornfeld, Department Administrator, Historic Preservation, Weitzman School of Design

119.  Stephanie Doupnik, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, PSOM

120.  Jeffrey P. Douthett, IT Technical Director, Classroom Technology Services, Information Systems and Computing 

121.  J. William Draper, Reference Librarian, Law School

122.  Marija Drndic, Fay R. and Eugene L. Langberg Professor, Physics, SAS

123.  Ivan Drpić, Associate Professor, History of Art, SAS

124.  Jessie Dummer, Librarian, Penn Libraries

125.  Nicole Duprée, Catalyst @ Penn GSE

126.  Douglas J. Durian, Professor, Physics and Astronomy, SAS

127.  Caroline Ebby, Senior Researcher and Adjunct Associate Professor, GSE

128.  Kimberly Eke, Senior Director of IT, GSE

129.  Michal Elovitz, Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology, PSOM

130.  Anthony Elms, Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art

131.  David L. Eng, Richard L. Fisher Professor, English, SAS

132.  Mary Ersek, Professor of Palliative Care, School of Nursing

133.  Hildegund Ertl, Professor, Wistar Institute

134.  Charles L. Epstein, Thomas A. Scott Professor of Mathematics, SAS

135.  Edward M. Epstein, Director, Teachers Institute of Philadelphia, Provost’s Office

136.  Emily Esten, Judaica Digital Humanities Project Coordinator, Penn Libraries

137.  Jed Esty, Vartan Gregorian Professor, English, SAS

138.  Zahra Fakhraai, Associate Professor, Chemistry, SAS

139.  Huda J. Fakhreddine, Associate Professor, Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, SAS

140.  Tulia Falleti, Class of 1965 Endowed Term Professor, Political Science, SAS

141.  Jared Farmer, Professor, History, SAS

142.  Ann Farnsworth-Alvear, Associate Professor, History, SAS

143.  Lynne Farrington, Senior Curator, Special Collections, Kislak Center, Penn Libraries

144.  Nancy Farriss, Annenberg Professor of History, Emerita, SAS

145.  Siyen Fei, Associate Professor, History, SAS

146.  Harold I Feldman, Professor, Epidemiology and Medicine, PSOM

147.  Marcia Ferguson, Senior Lecturer, Theatre Arts Program, SAS

148.  Kelly Fernández, Director of Administration & Faculty Affairs, Annenberg School for Communication

149.  Antonio Feros, Rose Family Endowed Term Professor of History, SAS

150.  Roquinaldo Ferreira, Professor, History, SAS

151.  Ryan Fink, Senior Researcher, GSE

152.  Eileen Fisher, Communications Manager, DBEI and CCEB, PSOM

153.  Stephen Fisher, Senior Scientist, Biology, SAS

154.  Chenoa Flippen, Associate Professor, SAS

155.  Nelson Flores, Associate Professor, GSE

156.  Jennifer Forbes-Nicotera, Administrative Coordinator, Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics, PSOM

157.  Jessica Foster, MD, Instructor of Pediatrics, PSOM

158.  Mitch Fraas, Senior Curator, Kislak Center, Penn Libraries

159.  Ian Frank, Professor, Medicine, PSOM

160.  Douglas N. Frenkel, Morris Shuster Practice Professor of Law, Law School

161.  Katharyn Gadient, Staff Writer, Wharton External Affairs

162.  Tessa Gadomski, Conservation Librarian, Penn Libraries

163.  Vivian L. Gadsden, William T. Carter Professor, GSE

164.  Jean Galbraith, Professor of Law, Law School

165.  Kristina Garcia, News Officer, Office of University Communications

166.  Amy Gastinger, Operations Coordinator, Center for Global Health, PSOM 

167.  James Gee, Associate Professor, Radiology, PSOM

168.  Nicola M Gentili, Associate Director, Cinema & Media Studies, SAS

169.  Jeremy Getman, Senior Research Coordinator, Linguistic Data Consortium, SAS

170.  Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher, Senior Lecturer, Literacy, Culture & International Education, GSE

171.  Kristen R. Ghodsee, Professor, Russian and East European Studies, SAS

172.  Toorjo Ghose, Associate Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice

173.  Reto Gieré, Professor of Earth and Environmental Science, SAS

174.  Sebastián Gil-Riaño, Assistant Professor, History and Sociology of Science, SAS

175.  Teresa Giménez, Lecturer in Foreign Languages, Romance Languages, SAS

176.  Larry Gladney, Emeritus Professor of Physics and Astronomy, SAS

177.  Sandra González-Bailón, Associate Professor, Annenberg School for Communication

178.  Glenda Goodman, Assistant Professor, Music, SAS

179.  Joan Goodman, Professor, GSE

180.  Marie Gottschalk, Professor, Political Science, SAS

181.  Andrea Goulet, Professor of French and Francophone Studies, Romance Languages, SAS

182.  Mark Goulian, Charles and William L. Day Professor in the Natural Sciences, Biology, Physics & Astronomy, SAS

183.  Aman Goyal, Associate Director, Undergraduate Student Life, Wharton

184.  Linda Grabner Travis, Lecturer of Foreign Languages, Romance Languages, SAS

185.  Michael Granato, Professor, Cell & Developmental Biology, PSOM

186.  Jenna Gray, Administrative Assistant, Annenberg School for Communication

187.  David Grazian, Associate Professor, Sociology, and Faculty Director, Urban Studies, SAS

188.  Jeff Green, Professor, Political Science, SAS

189.  Ann Greene, Associate Director for Undergrad Studies, History & Sociology of Science, SAS

190.  Casey Greene, Associate Professor, Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics, PSOM

191.  Ben Greenwald, Coordinator, Catalyst @ Penn GSE

192.  Johanna Greeson, Associate Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice

193.  Philip T. Gressman, Professor, Mathematics, SAS

194.  Cara Griffin, Interim Communications Director, Penn Institute for Urban Research

195.  Guy Grossman, Associate Professor, Political Science, SAS

196.  Erick Guerra, Associate Professor, City and Regional Planning, Weitzman School of Design

197.  Chao Guo, Associate Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice

198.  Kathleen D. Hall, Associate Professor of Education and Anthropology, GSE

199.  Femida Handy, Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice

200.  Joseph E. Harrington, Jr., Patrick T. Harker Professor, Department of Business Economics & Public Policy, Wharton

201.  Sharon Hayes, Professor, Department of Fine Arts, Weitzman School of Design

202.  Michael Heath, Senior IT Support Specialist, ISC

203.  Paul Heiney, Professor, Physics and Astronomy, SAS

204.  Abhishek Hendi, Senior IT Project Leader, Wharton

205.  Sean Hennessy, Professor, Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics, PSOM

206.  Brittany Hess, Research Coordinator, GSE

207.  Rachael Hickson, Associate Director, South Asia Center, SAS

208.  Amy Hillier, Associate Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice

209.  Allison Hoffman, Professor, Law School

210.  Morgan Hoke, Assistant Professor, Anthropology, SAS

211.  John H. Holmes, Professor, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Informatics, PSOM

212.  Zachary Humenik, Associate Director, Online Learning Studio, SAS

213.  Bea Huff Hunter, Senior Development Writer, Wharton External Affairs

214.  Amey Hutchins, Manuscripts Cataloging Librarian, Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, Penn Libraries

215.  Tammer Ibrahim, Senior Systems Administrator, SAS

216.  Leah Ingeno, Research Coordinator, Division of Family Planning, PSOM

217.  Roberta Iversen, Associate Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice

218.  Bhuvnesh Jain, Professor, Physics and Astronomy, SAS

219.  Abike James, MD MPH, Associate Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology, PSOM

220.  April James, Librarian, Penn Libraries

221.  Richard James, Librarian, Penn Libraries

222.  Margaret Janz, Librarian, Penn Libraries

223.  Andi Johnson, Senior Lecturer, History & Sociology of Science, SAS

224.  Ebonee Johnson, Media and Academic Activities Coordinator, Department of Computer and Information Science, SEAS

225.  Michelle J. Johnson, Associate Professor, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Director of Rehabilitation Robotics Lab, PSOM

226.  Michael Jones-Correa, President’s Distinguished Professor, Political Science; Director, Center for the Study of Ethnicity, Race and Immigration (CSERI), SAS

227.  Jamie-Lee Josselyn, Associate Director & Instructor, Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing, SAS

228.  Tanya Jung, Associate Director and Assistant Dean, College of Arts & Sciences

229.  Sarah H. Kagan, Professor CE, School of Nursing

230.  Manette Kaisershot, Senior Writer, Wharton External Affairs 

231.  Anne Kalbach, Administrator, Center for the Study of Ethnicity, Race and Immigration, and the Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics, SAS

232.  Randall Kamien, Vicki and William Abrams Professor in the Natural Sciences, Physics & Astronomy, SAS

233.  Jes T. Kaminski, Administrative Coordinator, Institute of Contemporary Art

234.  Sampath Kannan, Henry Salvatori Professor of Computer and Information Science, SEAS

235.  Ayako Kano, Professor, East Asian Languages and Civilizations, SAS

236.  Megan Kassabaum, Assistant Professor, Anthropology, SAS, American Section, Penn Museum

237.  Elinore Kaufman, Fellow in Surgical Critical Care and Trauma, Surgery, Perelman School of Medicine

238.  Eleni Katifori, Associate Professor, Physics and Astronomy, SAS

239.  Alli Katz, Program Coordinator, Kelly Writers House

240.  Jill Katz, Director of Marketing & Communications, Institute of Contemporary Art

241.  Jonathan D. Katz, Associate Professor of Practice, History of Art and GSWS, SAS

242.  Jane Kauer, Consulting Scholar, Physical Anthropology Section, Penn Museum

243.  Suvir Kaul, A. M. Rosenthal Professor, English, SAS

244.  Amanpreet Kaur, Librarian, Penn Libraries

245.  David Kazanjian, Professor, English, SAS

246.  Greta Kazenski, Senior Global Programs Manager, Penn Abroad

247.  Maria D. Kelly, Senior Application Developer, GSE IT, GSE

248.  James Ker, Associate Professor, Classical Studies, SAS

249.  Daniel Kessler, Associate Professor, Cell and Developmental Biology, PSOM

250.  Nahla Khalek, Assistant Professor, Clinical OBGYN in Surgery, PSOM 

251.  Fariha Khan, Associate Director, Asian American Studies, SAS

252.  Justin Khoury, Professor, Physics and Astronomy, SAS

253.  Junhyong Kim, Patricia M. Williams Term Endowed Professor and Chair of Biology, SAS

254.  Regan Kladstrup, Director, Special Collections Processing Center, Kislak Center, Penn Libraries

255.  Jean Knight, Lecturer in Spanish, Romance Languages, SAS

256.  Simon Knight, Research Specialist D, Department of Dermatology, PSOM

257.  Ashley Kole, Acquisitions Assistant, Penn Press

258.  Praveen Kosuri, Practice Professor, Law School

259.  Varvara Kountouzi, Librarian, Penn Libraries

260.  Marwan M. Kraidy, Anthony Shadid Chair in Global Media, Politics and Culture; Director, CARGC; Annenberg School for Communication

261.  Seth F. Kreimer, Kenneth W. Gemmill Professor of Law, Law School

262.  Vicky Kresge, IT Support Specialist, Wharton

263.  Eric Krewson, Library Specialist, Penn Libraries

264.  Meryl Krieger, Senior Learning Designer, SAS/LPS

265.  Marina Krikorian, Project Coordinator, CARGC, Annenberg School for Communication

266.  Dorothy Kronick, Assistant Professor, Political Science, SAS

267.  Michelle Krysztofiak, Administrative Coordinator, BMS, Vet School 

268.  Harun Küçük, Associate Professor, History and Sociology of Science, SAS

269.  Barbara Kurshan, Innovation Advisor, GSE

270.  Ann Kuttner, Associate Professor, History of Art, SAS

271.  Glen Lafferty, Director of Fiscal and Administrative Operations, Department of Biostatistics, Epidemiology & Informatics/CCEB/IBI, PSOM

272.  Andrew T. Lamas, Faculty, SAS & School of Social Policy and Practice

273.  Abigail Lang, Librarian, Penn Libraries

274.  Andrew W. Lang, Reference Librarian, Law School

275.  Britt Lang, Research Coordinator, Division of Family Planning, PSOM

276.  Allison Lassiter, Assistant Professor, City Planning, Weitzman School of Design

277.  Ayoung Lee, Program Manager, GSE

278.  Insup Lee, Cecilia Fitler Moore Professor of Computer and Information Science, SEAS

279.  Noah Lee, IT Support Specialist, Wharton

280.  Sophia Lee, Professor, Law School

281.  Robin Leidner, Associate Professor, Sociology, SAS

282.  Michael Leja, James and Nan Wagner Farquhar Professor of History of Art, SAS

283.  Zachary Lesser, Professor, English, SAS

284.  Richard M. Leventhal, Professor, Anthropology. SAS

285.  Katie Levesque, Research Associate, PennPraxis, Weitzman School of Design

286.  Michael Levy, Associate Professor, Epidemiology, SOM

287.  Mark Liberman, Christopher H. Browne Professor, Linguistics, SAS

288.  Walter Licht, Walter H. Annenberg Professor, History, SAS

289.  Sarah E. Light, Associate Professor, LGST Department, Wharton

290.  Susan Lindee, Janice and Julian Bers Professor, History and Sociology of Science, SAS

291.  Margaret Lindem, Head, Veterinary Libraries

292.  Emily Lindemuth, Research Specialist, Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, PSOM

293.  Jessa Lingel, Assistant Professor, Annenberg School for Communication

294.  Holly Link, Instructor, School of Social Policy and Practice

295.  Beth Linker, Samuel H. Preston Associate Professor, History and Sociology of Science, SAS

296.  Kristin Linn, Assistant Professor, PSOM

297.  Andrea J. Liu, Hepburn Professor of Physics, Physics and Astronomy, SAS

298.  Silicia Lomax, Research Coordinator, Annenberg School for Communication

299.  Jackie Lopez, Fieldwork & Service-Learning Coordinator, GSE

300.  Heather Love, Professor, English, SAS

301.  Corinne Low, Assistant Professor, Business Economics and Public Policy, Wharton

302.  Jeremy Low, Software Developer, Wharton Computing, Wharton

303.  Mili Lozada, Director of Language and Culture Programs, Lauder Institute 

304.  Julia Lynch, Professor, Political Science, SAS

305.  Kristina Lyons, Assistant Professor, Anthropology and Environmental Humanities, SAS

306.  Suzanne MacFarland, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, PSOM

307.  Rahul Mangharam, Associate Professor, Electrical and Systems Engineering, SEAS

308.  David Marchino, Administrative Assistant, Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing, SAS

309.  Yumi Matsumoto, Assistant Professor, Educational Linguistics, GSE

310.  E. Ann Matter, Professor of Religious Studies, Emerita, SAS

311.  Serena Mayeri, Professor of Law and History, Law School

312.  Arden McAllister, Director of Research Operations, Division of Family Planning, PSOM

313.  Justin McDaniel, Professor and Undergraduate Chair, Department of Religious Studies, SAS

314.  Niel McDowell, Associate Director of Academic Advising, The College, SAS

315.  Kristine McGee, Manuscripts Processor, Penn Libraries

316.  Molly McGlone, Associate Director and Assistant Dean, Urban Studies/Music Lecturer, SAS

317.  Jeremy McInerney, Professor, Classical Studies, SAS

318.  Ramah McKay, Assistant Professor, History and Sociology of Science, SAS

319.  Megan McManus, Faculty Affairs Coordinator, GSE

320.  Matti Mejia, Administrative Coordinator, Law School

321.  Holly Mengel, Archivist, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, Penn Libraries

322.  Susan S. Meyer, Professor of Philosophy, SAS

323.  Lisa Miracchi, Assistant Professor, Philosophy, SAS

324.  Jordan Mitchell, Archivist, Annenberg School for Communication

325.  Lisa Mitchell, Associate Professor, South Asia Studies, SAS

326.  Eri Mizukane, Library Specialist, Penn Libraries

327.  Ka Yan Danise Mok, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

328.  Elika Molayi, Application Developer, PSOM

329.  M. Alexandra Monroy, Senior Research Investigator, PSOM

330.  Constance Mood, Digital Imaging Assistant, Fisher Fine Arts Library, Penn Libraries

331.  Jennifer Moore, Editor, GSE

332.  Katherine M. Moore, Practice Professor and Undergraduate Chair, Anthropology, SAS

333.  Robert Moore, Senior Lecturer, GSE

334.  Amy Montgomery, Managing Director, Penn Institute for Urban Research 

335.  Heather Moqtaderi, Assistant Director / Curator, Arthur Ross Gallery 

336.  Jonathan D. Moreno, Professor, Medical Ethics and Health Policy, PSOM

337.  Luis Moreno-Caballud, Associate Professor, Romance Languages, SAS

338.  Jennifer Morgan, Research Director, Annenberg School for Communication

339.  Yoichiro Mori, Calabi-Simons Chair in Mathematics and Biology, Mathematics and Biology, SAS

340.  Andrea Morley, Project Manager, Reproductive Research Unit, PSOM

341.  George Mostoller, Library Specialist, Van Pelt Library

342.  Projit Bihari Mukharji, Associate Professor, History & Sociology of Science, SAS

343.  Mary Mullins, Professor and Vice Chair, Cell & Developmental Biology, PSOM

344.  Maria Murphy, Interim Associate Director, Alice Paul Center, SAS

345.  Leslie Nabors Oláh, Adjunct Associate Professor, GSE

346.  Zachary Nachsin, I.T. Support Specialist, Information Technology, GSE

347.  Benjamin Nathans, Alan Charles Kors Associate Term Professor of History, SAS

348.  Rachelle R. Nelson, Resource Management Coordinator, Penn Libraries

349.  Alexis Broderick Neumann, Postdoctoral Fellow, Penn and Slavery Project, Penn Libraries 

350.  Laura Nickrosz, Director of Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships, Annenberg School for Communication

351.  Christine Nieman, Library Intern, Penn Libraries

352.  Lori Noll, Associate Director, Urban Teaching Residency, GSE

353.  Erik Nordgren, Bioinformatics Data Administrator, Biology, SAS

354.  Anne Norton, Stacey and Henry Jackson President’s Distinguished Professor of Political Science, SAS

355.  Marcy Norton, Associate Professor, History, SAS

356.  Amy C. Offner, Associate Professor, History, SAS

357.  Brendan O’Leary, Lauder Professor of Political Science, SAS

358.  Mitchell A. Orenstein, Professor, Russian and East European Studies, SAS

359.  Kenna O’Rourke, Managing Editor of Jacket2, Kelly Writers House

360.  Angela Pachon, Research Director, Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, Weitzman School of Design

361.  Caitlin Palmer, Curatorial Administrative Coordinator, Institute of Contemporary Art

362.  Stephanie Palmer, Administrative Assistant, English, SAS

363.  Sarah H. Paoletti, Practice Professor of Law, Law School

364.  Josephine Park, Professor, English and Asian American Studies, SAS

365.  SoBae Park, IT Staff, GSE IT, GSE

366.  Emilio A. Parrado, Professor, Sociology, SAS

367.  Litty Paxton, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies, Annenberg School for Communication

368.  Lizzy Pecora, Research Coordinator, GSE

369.  Kathy Peiss, Roy F. and Jeannette P. Nichols Professor of American History, SAS

370.  Sarvelia Peralta-Duran, Administrative Director, Jerome Fisher Program in Management & Technology, Wharton & SEAS

371.  Adriana Petryna, Edmund J. & Louise W. Kahn Term Professor Anthropology, SAS

372.  Victor Pickard, Professor, Annenberg School for Communication 

373.  Benjamin C. Pierce, Henry Salvatori Professor of Computer and Information Science, SEAS

374.  Michele Pierson, Development Administrative Coordinator, Institute of Contemporary Art

375.  Kevin M. F. Platt, Professor, Russian and East European Studies, SAS

376.  Scott Poethig, Professor, Biology, SAS

377.  Mecky Pohlschroder, Professor and Undergraduate Chair, Biology, SAS

378.  Florencia Greer Polite, Associate Professor of Clinical OBGYN, PSOM

379.  John Pollack, Curator, Kislak Center, Penn Libraries

380.  Anne Pomerantz, Professor of Practice, GSE

381.  Jennifer Ponce de León, Assistant Professor, English, SAS

382.  Dot Porter, Curator, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Penn Libraries

383.  Michael Posa, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, SEAS

384.  John Puckett, Professor, GSE

385.  Jean-Michel Rabaté, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, English, SAS

386.  Ken Raining, Circulation Desk Administrator, Van Pelt Library

387.  Parvati Ramchandani, Professor of Radiology and Surgery, PSOM

388.  Juliette Rando, Research Assistant, Department of Medicine, PSOM

389.  Lynn Ransom, Curator of Programs, Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, Penn Libraries

390.  Philip A. Rea, Professor and Belldegrun Distinguished Director, Biology, SAS

391.  Eva Recio, Lecturer, Lauder Institute

392.  Karen Redrobe, Elliot and Roslyn Jaffe Endowed Professor in Film Studies, History of Art, SAS, and Director, Wolf Humanities Center 

393.  Adolph Reed, Professor of Political Science Emeritus, SAS

394.  Abby Reisman, Assistant Professor, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, GSE

395.  Sasha Renninger, Senior Application Developer, SAS Computing

396.  Julianne Reynolds, Associate Director, Weingarten Center, VPUL

397.  Elizabeth Rhoades, Associate Professor, Chemistry, SAS

398.  Jillian Richards, Interlibrary Loan Assistant, Van Pelt Library

399.  Daniel K. Richter, Professor, History, SAS, and Director, McNeil Center for Early American Studies

400.  Simon Richter, Class of 1942 Endowed Term Professor, Germanic Languages and Literature, SAS

401.  Chya Riddick, Administrative & Financial Coordinator, Biomedical Sciences, Vet School

402.  Jacob Riedel, Quality Control Technician, PSOM

403.  Derek Rigby, Audiovisual Coordinator, Institute of Contemporary Art

404.  Robert Riggleman, Associate Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, SEAS

405.  Lauren Ristvet, Associate Professor, Anthropology, SAS

406.  Megan Eaton Robb, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, SAS

407.  Ariel Robbins, Administrative Coordinator, Jerome Fisher Program, Wharton & SEAS

408.  Christina Roberto, Associate Professor, Medical Ethics and Health Policy, PSOM

409.  Sarah Roberts, IT Staff, GSE 

410.  Shannon Marie Robinson, Librarian, Penn Libraries

411.  Tina Rodia, Editorial Assistant, Office of University Communications

412.  David S Roos, E. Otis Kendall Professor of Biology, SAS

413.  Sonia M. Rosen, Lecturer, Independent School Teaching Residency Programs, GSE 

414.  Sophia Rosenfeld, Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History, SAS

415.  Wendy D. Roth, Associate Professor, Sociology, SAS

416.  Louis S. Rulli, Practice Professor of Law, Law School

417.  Allison Russell, Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Social Policy & Practice

418.  Betsy Rymes, Professor, Educational Linguistics, GSE

419.  Paul K. Saint-Amour, Walter H. and Leonore C. Annenberg Professor in the Humanities, SAS

420.  Masao Sako, Professor, Physics and Astronomy, SAS

421.  Melissa E. Sanchez, Donald T. Regan Professor of English, SAS

422.  Robyn Sanderson, Assistant Professor, Physics & Astronomy, SAS
Shubha Sarode, Science Instructional Coach, Urban Teaching Apprenticeship Program, GSE

423.  Jane E. Schulte, Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Biology, SAS

424.  Utsav Schurmans, Director, Research and Scholar Programs, Wharton Undergraduate Division

425.  Ariel Schwartz, Managing Director, Center for Social Impact Strategy, School of Social Policy & Practice

426.  Gino Segre`, Emeritus Professor, Physics and Astronomy, SAS

427.  Kumaran Senthil, MD, Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellow, CHOP

428.  Amy Sepinwall, Associate Professor, Legal Studies and Business Ethics, Wharton

429.  Lisa J. Servon, Kevin and Erica Penn Presidential Professor and Chair, Department of City and Regional Planning, Weitzman School of Design

430.  Jordan Sessa, UX Designer, GSE IT, GSE

431.  Teren Sevea, Assistant Professor, South Asia Studies, SAS

432.  Sam Sfirri, Archivist, Special Collections Processing Center, Kislak Center, Penn Libraries

433.  Heather J. Sharkey, Professor, Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, SAS

434.  Jennifer Sheffield, Research Coordinator, Cognitive Computation Group, CIS, SEAS

435.  Julian Shendelman, Contributing Editor, University Communications, Office of the President

436.  Ravi K Sheth, Professor, Physics & Astronomy, SAS

437.  Dan Shields, Online Learning Studio Manager, Online Learning, SAS

438.  Rudra Sil, Professor, Political Science, SAS, & Director, Huntsman Program in International Studies & Business

439.  Amanda Silberling, Van Doren Fellow, Institute of Contemporary Art

440.  Kaja Silverman, Katherine Stein Sachs CW’69 and Keith L. Sachs W’67 Professor, History of Art, SAS

441.  Lily Simmons, Digital Asset Manager, Penn Press

442.  Elaine Simon, Co-Director, Urban Studies Program, SAS

443.  Douglas Smit, Senior Fellow, Anthropology, SAS

444.  Adam Smith, Curator, Penn Museum

445.  Annette Smith, IT Technical Director, HireIT, ISC

446.  Lauren Rile Smith, Rare Materials Assistant, Kislak Center for Special Collections

447.  Rogers Smith, Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor, Political Science, SAS

448.  Michael Solomon, Professor, Romance Languages, SAS

449.  Sarita Sonalkar, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, PSOM

450.  Eugenia South, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, PSOM

451.  Nancy Speck, Professor and Chair, Cell and Developmental Biology, PSOM

452.  Quayshawn Spencer, Associate Professor, Philosophy, SAS

453.  Lori Spindler, Lecturer, Biology, SAS

454.  Ramya Sreenivasan, Associate Professor, South Asia Studies, SAS

455.  Elizabeth Steider, Director of Operations, Women’s Health Clinical Research Center, PSOM

456.  Emily Steinlight, Stephen M. Gorn Family Assistant Professor, English, SAS

457.  Mark J. Stern, Professor, School of Social Policy and Practice

458.  Gretchen Stiteler, Content Coordinator, Strategic Communications, Penn Libraries

459.  Donna St. Louis, Software Developer, Wharton

460.  Amy Stornaiuolo, Associate Professor, Literacy, GSE

461.  Krystal Strong, Assistant Professor, GSE

462.  Peter Struck, Professor, Classical Studies, SAS

463.  Neville E. Strumpf, Retired Professor, School of Nursing

464.  Rebecca Stuhr, Director, Academic Engagement, Penn Libraries 

465.  Mary Summers, Lecturer, Political Science, and Senior Fellow, Fox Leadership Program, SAS

466.  Katarina Suwak, Senior Research Coordinator, Consortium for Policy Research in Education, GSE

467.  Dava Szalda MD MSHP, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, PSOM 

468.  Ka-Wing Tam, Senior Systems Administrator, Wharton

469.  Tomo Takebe, UC Engineer, ISC 

470.  Kok-Chor Tan, Professor, Philosophy, SAS

471.  Val Tannen, Professor, Computer and Information Science, SEAS

472.  Mary Tasillo, Common Press Studio Manager, Penn Libraries

473.  Ahmad Zaki Tawaf, ICU RN, HUP

474.  Dawn Teele, Janice and Julian Bers Assistant Professor, Political Science, SAS

475.  Jorge Tellez, Assistant Professor, Romance Languages, SAS

476.  Deborah Thomas, R. Jean Brownlee Professor, Anthropology, SAS

477.  Ebony Elizabeth Thomas, Associate Professor, GSE

478.  Jolyon Thomas, Assistant Professor, Religious Studies, SAS

479.  Kevin A Thomas, Business & Data Analysis Librarian, Penn Libraries

480.  Jackie Tileston, Associate Professor, Fine Arts, Weitzman School of Design

481.  Melanie Tobin, Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, PSOM

482.  Jacob Torkelson, Research Associate, Historic Preservation, Weitzman School of Design

483.  Whitney Trettien, Assistant Professor, English, SAS

484.  Mark Trodden, Fay R. and Eugene L. Langberg Professor, Physics & Astronomy, SAS

485.  Matthew Trowbridge, Business Research Librarian, Penn Libraries

486.  Kelly Tuttle, Project Cataloger, Manuscripts of the Muslim World, Penn Libraries

487.  Laura Vargas, Vice-Provost Postdoctoral Fellow, Penn Injury Science Center & School of Nursing

488.  Liza Vick, Head, Otto E. Albrecht Music Library, Penn Libraries

489.  Ryan Villanueva, Assistant Director, International Student and Scholar Services, Penn Global

490.  Robert Vitalis, Professor, Political Science, SAS

491.  Domenic Vitiello, Associate Professor, City Planning, Weitzman School of Design, and Urban Studies, SAS

492.  Brian Vivier, Coordinator for Area Studies Collections, Penn Libraries

493.  Benjamin Franklin Voight, Associate Professor, Department of Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics, Department of Genetics, PSOM

494.  Diane Waff, Professor of Practice, GSE; Director, Philadelphia Writing Project

495.  Doris Wagner, Robert I. Williams Term Professor of Biology, SAS

496.  Santoi Wagner, Senior Lecturer, GSE

497.  Ingrid Waldron, Professor Emerita, Biology, SAS

498.  Katharine Miller Walsh, Administrative Coordinator, SEAS

499.  Jennifer Walter, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, PSOM

500.  Nicole Washington, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, PSOM

501.  Kathryn Watterson, Lecturer, Creative Writing, SAS

502.  Duncan Watts, Stevens University and PIK Professor, Computer and Information Science (SEAS), Annenberg School, and OIDD (Wharton)

503.  Ben Webster, Library Assistant, Penn Libraries

504.  Scott Weinstein, Professor, Philosophy, SAS

505.  Susan Weiss, Professor and Vice Chair, Microbiology, PSOM

506.  Steven Weitzman, Professor, Religious Studies, SAS

507.  Mia Wells, Librarian, Penn Libraries

508.  ML Wernecke, Teaching Assistant, Urban Studies

509.  Kandi J. Wiens, Senior Fellow, GSE

510.  Emily Wilson, Professor, Classical Studies, SAS

511.  Sharon Wolf, Assistant Professor, GSE

512.  Yin-Ling Irene Wong, Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice

513.  Dagmawi Woubshet, Ahuja Family Presidential Associate Professor, English, SAS

514.  Charles Yang, Professor of Linguistics and Computer and Information Science, SAS

515.  Chi-ming Yang, Associate Professor, English, SAS

516.  Andrielle Yost, Assistant Director, Center for Global Health, PSOM

517.  Ashton Yount, Staff Writer & Digital Content Specialist, Annenberg School for Communication

518.  Jackie Zahn, Undergraduate Coordinator, Romance Languages, SAS

519.  Shawn Zamechek, Senior IT Project Leader, Wharton

520.  Ken Zaret, Professor, Cell and Developmental Biology, PSOM

521.  Holly Zerbe, Librarian, Penn Libraries

522.  Wolfgang Ziller, Francis J. Carey Term Professor, Mathematics, SAS

523.  Jonathan Zimmerman, Professor, History, GSE

524. Jacob Torkelson, Research Associate, Historic Preservation, Weitzman School of Design

525. Mistie Trench, Junior Statistician, DOS, PSOM

526. Whitney Trettien, Assistant Professor, English, SAS

527.  Mark Trodden, Fay R. and Eugene L. Langberg Professor, Physics & Astronomy, SAS

528.  Matthew Trowbridge, Business Research Librarian, Penn Libraries

529.  Kelly Tuttle, Project Cataloger, Manuscripts of the Muslim World, Penn Libraries

530.  Laura Vargas, Vice-Provost Postdoctoral Fellow, Penn Injury Science Center & School of Nursing

531.  Liza Vick, Head, Otto E. Albrecht Music Library, Penn Libraries

532.  Ryan Villanueva, Assistant Director, International Student and Scholar Services, Penn Global

533.  Robert Vitalis, Professor, Political Science, SAS

534.  Domenic Vitiello, Associate Professor, City Planning, Weitzman School of Design, and Urban Studies, SAS

535.  Brian Vivier, Coordinator for Area Studies Collections, Penn Libraries

536.  Benjamin Franklin Voight, Associate Professor, Department of Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics, Department of Genetics, PSOM

537.  Diane Waff, Professor of Practice, GSE; Director, Philadelphia Writing Project

538.  Doris Wagner, Robert I. Williams Term Professor of Biology, SAS

539.  Santoi Wagner, Senior Lecturer, GSE

540.  Ingrid Waldron, Professor Emerita, Biology, SAS

541.  Natalie Walker, Sustainability Manager, FRES

542.  Katharine Miller Walsh, Administrative Coordinator, SEAS

543.  Jennifer Walter, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, PSOM

544.  Nicole Washington, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, PSOM

545.  Kathryn Watterson, Lecturer, Creative Writing, SAS

546.  Duncan Watts, Stevens University and PIK Professor, Computer and Information Science (SEAS), Annenberg School, and OIDD (Wharton)

547.  Ben Webster, Library Assistant, Penn Libraries

548.  Scott Weinstein, Professor, Philosophy, SAS

549.  Susan Weiss, Professor and Vice Chair, Microbiology, PSOM

550.  Gary Weissman, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, PSOM

551.  Steven Weitzman, Professor, Religious Studies, SAS

552.  Mia Wells, Librarian, Penn Libraries

553.  ML Wernecke, Teaching Assistant, Urban Studies

554.  Kandi J. Wiens, Senior Fellow, GSE

555.  Emily Wilson, Professor, Classical Studies, SAS

556.  Sharon Wolf, Assistant Professor, GSE

557.  Yin-Ling Irene Wong, Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice

558.  Dagmawi Woubshet, Ahuja Family Presidential Associate Professor, English, SAS

559.  Charles Yang, Professor of Linguistics and Computer and Information Science, SAS

560.  Chi-ming Yang, Associate Professor, English, SAS

561.  Andrielle Yost, Assistant Director, Center for Global Health, PSOM

562.  Ashton Yount, Staff Writer & Digital Content Specialist, Annenberg School for Communication

563.  Jackie Zahn, Undergraduate Coordinator, Romance Languages, SAS

564.  Shawn Zamechek, Senior IT Project Leader, Wharton

565.  Ken Zaret, Professor, Cell and Developmental Biology, PSOM

566.  Holly Zerbe, Librarian, Penn Libraries

567.  Wolfgang Ziller, Francis J. Carey Term Professor, Mathematics, SAS

568.  Jonathan Zimmerman, Professor, History, GSE

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