Shofuso Garden Cherry Blossom Trip
We are going to enjoy the great weather of spring in this cherry blossom event in the Shofuso Japanese Garden.We are going to treat you to the cherry blossom, Japanese culture show, and a lot of fun. All G12 students are welcomed to celebrate the coming of spring. Early Bird Ticket is FREE for the first 20 students. Regular ticket will be 5$ for Graduate Student. Each graduate student is limited to two tickets.
Apr. 1, 9 am-4pm
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Open House Sail with Liberty Sailing
Come Join us on a free day of sailing on one of our Fleet's J-27 sail boats. Explore Philadelphia like never before, sail (not walk) past Spruce Street Harbor Park. Take some selfies that will make your friend jealous, all for free! This is an open event to all adults (21+)regardless of sailing experience. Whether you prefer to cruise, race, or drink beer, you'll find the right pace for you here at Liberty Sailing Club.
Sunday April 2nd
1 pm - 4 pm
303 N Front St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
check us out at our facebook page: Spring Open House
Intro to Sailing at Liberty Sailing Club
If you want to find out how much fun sailing really is, sign up for our Intro to Sailing.This two-day short program will include boat basics, safety, raising and lowering the sails, sail trim, tacking and jibing, departing and returning to the dock. The majority of time will be spent on the water, and everyone will get time on the helm. For more information or to sign up, visit our website at www.libertysailing.org or contact email@example.com
Saturday, April 8th & 15th
303 North Front Street, Philadelphia PA, 19106
Best Practices of Public Speaking
International Students: Would you like to learn best practices of Public Speaking? Hear from Gina Barrett, Senior Associate Director of the Wharton Communication Program, on Wednesday the 29th from 12-1pm at the Arch Building (3601 Locust Walk room 107). Free. You are welcome to bring your lunch.
Wednesday, March 29th
Arch building, Room 107
Facebook event link
Free Cuban Dance Class
Come join Penn Med Salsa for free Cuban dance classes! No partner or prior dance experience needed! 1pm Intermediate // 2pm Beginners
Sunday, Apr 2nd
Annenberg Center Dance Studio
3680 Walnut St.
Screening of 'Unbroken Glass'
Join CAPS Student Advisory Board in celebrating the spirit of Mental Wellness Week. Unbroken glass is a documentary based on director Dinesh Sabu’s journey through his mother’s suicide, father’s death, battle with his family’s history of mental illness and struggles as an immigrant. Refreshments will be provided.
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
5pm -8 pm
Ben Franklin Room, Houston Hall
3417 Spruce street, Philadelphia
Event Link :
Penn & Temple TSA: Basketball Event
TSA (Taiwanese Student Association) proudly presents the grand basketball game against the Taiwanese student community at Temple university! It’s not only going to be a great chance to bring the Taiwanese together, but also a perfect occasion to demonstrate our resilience and sportsmanship to others! We sincerely invite you to join this grand event full of excitement and laughter with us!
Saturday, April 8th 2—5 pm
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Global Health Society Fundraiser
Global Health Society invites all graduate students to a fundraising event for the St. Boniface Foundation in Haiti. Please visit https://pennghs.eventbrite.com for tickets ($10) and foundation information. The event will be on March 31, 2017 from 8-10pm at Destination Dogs (1111 Walnut Street). We hope to see you there!
Friday, March 31 2017
Destination Dogs: 1111 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Women of Color in Academia at Penn Dinner and Panel
To celebrate and honor Women's History Month, GSE Student Affairs, GSE Student Government, and We Support Diversity of Mind (WSDM) would like to invite you to the Women of Color in Academia at Penn Dinner and Panel. Enjoy dinner with our distinguished women of color faculty from Penn and hear them discuss their breadth of experiences, diverse expertise, and varied paths to their current roles/positions in academia.
Monday, March 27th
3440 Walnut St, Rm 502
Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
SCRWP's Anti-Racism Reading Group
Join Students Confronting Racism and White Privilege for our first meeting in a series to discuss thought-provoking articles on racism and anti-racist work. No prior knowledge on these topics is required. White folks, who may have thought less about these issues, are especially encouraged to attend. All participants must come committed to doing anti-racist work, including challenging how racism has affected your own thoughts and behaviors. Please find more information and RSVP on link provided.
Tuesday, March 28
Graduate Student Center, Room 305
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TSA (Taiwanese Student Association) Cultural Cuisine
Local dishes are big things in Taiwan.
This time, we are going to introduce “Steamed Spring Roll,” a cuisine that every household in Taiwan enjoys in April. Family members gather at the table to have a steamed spring roll wrapping party. Each person chooses their own fillings from a buffet and rolls their own steamed spring roll. Join us for more interesting stories behind this tradition and make your own delicious steamed spring roll with us.
Saturday, April 1st
Follow our webpage for more information: https://www.facebook.com/penntsa
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Come watch the HealthX Labs Final Showcase Competition 2017
HealthX Labs is a small startup accelerator that helps fund and advise teams that aim to improve healthcare using new technology. Please join us on April 3rd @ 7PM as an audience as our 3 teams (some of them your classmates) compete for the top prize! There will be delicious dinner (from Han Dynasty) before the presentations and a networking happy hour (complimentary) following the presentations. RSVP and more information at https://goo.gl/forms/HGQH9ixObKCEI08H3
Monday, April 3
Jordan Medical Education Center (Perelman), LAW Auditorium
3400 Civic Center Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19104
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$10 tickets to the Philadelphia Union soccer game 4/14!
Join the Graduate Student Center and GAPSA as we cheer on the Philadelphia Union Soccer team in their upcoming match against the New York City FC. Tickets are $10 and include food at the Grad Center, roundtrip transportation from campus to Talen Energy Stadium, and awesome seats. Space is limited, so get your tickets today!
Friday April 14
game starts at 7PM, check in at 5PM
meet at Grad Student Center
3615 Locust Walk
Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
$10 tickets to SFJAZZ Collective: The Music of Miles Davis and More
Tickets to this event are only $10 at the Grad Student Center! Limit 2 per Penn grad student ID. Eight jazz all-stars make up the award-winning SFJAZZ Collective, known for its commitment to jazz as a constantly evolving, ever-relevant art form. In a mighty one-night-only performance, the ensemble showcases original compositions alongside a tribute to legendary jazz trumpeter/composer Miles Davis.
Sunday April 2
Annenberg Center for Performing Arts
3680 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104
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M&M Mentoring Networking Event
Join us for a Networking Event on round-table discussions with Penn GSE alumni and current students on topics such as job interviews, PhD application, and time management! Great opportunity to network, gain valuable information, develop mentorships, and learn more about the M&M program! Food will be served. Gifts to win through lottery. Students from GSE will be the major attendees and students from other schools are welcome to come!
Tuesday, April 4th
Amado Recital Hall | Irvine Auditorium
3401 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
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The VI Brazilian Undergraduate Student Conference will be held here at Penn on March 31st and April 1st . BrazUSC is focused on promoting the political, social and cultural development of the polarized Brazil we see today. The conference creates a bridge between attending students and leaders that represent the diverse political, economic, and social environment in Brazil. It will serve as a unique platform for promoting discussions, networking opportunities and leadership development among the attendees.
Penn Birding goes to Morris Arboretum!
Penn Birding is planning a bus trip to Morris Arboretum! The 92-acre estate is located about 45 minutes from campus in Chestnut Hill. Admission to the arboretum is free for PennCard holders. We will enjoy a guided walk, starting with the wetland/Wissahickon Creek. We hope to spot many birds there! For planning purposes, please pre-register at https://goo.gl/forms/Xv48ctmsrCBBF3lD2 and SAVE THE DATE!
Saturday, April 29
10:15 am depart from Penn
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Social Justice Op-ed Writing Workshop
Interested in expanding your toolbox of advocacy skills? Come to our op-ed writing workshop, led by the Dr. Mara Gordon, a family medicine resident physician at Penn whose work has been featured in The Inquirer and The Atlantic. There is no experience required, though if you'd like to bring ideas or a piece you've been working on, that's great. We welcome you to bring a potluck contribution to share for dinner. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, April 9
6pm to 8 pm
2326 Catharine St. Philadelphia 19146
Diversity and Inclusion in Physics Lunch Meeting
During the meeting, we will discuss MORE funding updates, the department-wide seminar to be given by Professor Amy Graves from Swarthmore (coming up soon!), and what all we can do to educate ourselves on diversity. We will also discuss the next reading group meeting. The lunch meeting is an opportunity for you to give us feedback on events you'd like to see and on the presentation we are organizing. Please RSVP using the attached link: https://goo.gl/forms/abijtJ4AAKj0mrqQ2
Tuesday, March 28
DRL, room TBD, 209 S 33rd St.
Art, Activism and Conversation with PHL's Reentry Think Tank
Join the Criminal Justice Bloc at Penn's School of Social Policy and Practice for a powerful evening of art, activism and conversation. Share a meal with members of Philadelphia's Reentry Think Tank as we engage the city's reentry crisis through the eyes of those most affected. Hear how they are partnering with lawyers, advocates and many others to transform Philadelphia's reentry services and experience their dynamic art exhibit firsthand.
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Slought Foundation: 4017 Walnut Street
PBG Healthcare Consulting presents: Women in Consulting panel
Interested in consulting but unsure where to start? Join us for our "Women in Consulting panel". At this panel, Penn alumni that are currently working in management consulting will share their experience as women in their business field. They will also share some general advice on how to transition from graduate school to consulting. This is a terrific opportunity open to all graduate students and postdocs (both men and women) from all programs at Penn.
Friday March 31
Jon M. Huntsman Hall Room 75
3730 Walnut Street
|MARC and Penn for Privacy present Shahid Buttar (EFF)
Join the Media Activism Research Collective and Penn for Privacy for a discussion on surveillance with Shahid Buttar, Director of Grassroots Advoca
cy of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). Shahid will talk about the history of the U.S. government's use of surveillance as a tool to repress dissent, the current state of domestic mass surveillance, and reform opportunities which the public can actively support. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP!
Monday, March 27
4 - 6.30 pm
Annenberg Building, Room 500
3620 Walnut Street
Brazil Undergraduate Student Conference
The VI Brazilian Undergraduate Student Conference will be held here at Penn on March 31st and April 1st. BrazUSC is focused on promoting the political, social and cultural development of the polarized Brazil we see today. The conference creates a bridge between attending students and leaders that represent the diverse political, economic, and social environment in Brazil. It will serve as a unique platform for promoting discussions, networking opportunities and leadership development among the attendees.
Contact E-mail: email@example.com
"Queer, Old, and In Solitary"
Join the School of Social Policy and Practice for a discussion with advocate Evie Litwok as she shares her story as an elderly lesbian incarcerated in two Federal Women's Prisons. Evie Litwok is the Founder and Director of Witness to Mass Incarceration, a digital library of first-hand in-depth interviews with formerly incarcerated individuals. This digital library details America’s 40 year history of mass incarceration through those who were inside prisons, jails and detention centers.
Wednesday, April 5th
Houston Hall, Hall of Flags
3417 Spruce St, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us for the Chemistry Biology Interface (CBI) Spring 2017 symposium! The topic this semester is Nucleic Acids. Our keynote speaker will be Scott Silverman (University of Illinois) joined by Samie Jaffrey (Weill Cornell Medical College), Catalina Achim (Carnegie Mellon), and a guest student speaker (TBD).
Tuesday April 11th
1:30 - 5:00pm
Lynch Auditorium, Chemistry Building
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Registration and Call For Poster Abstracts Now Open for Behavioral Health Solutions Research Symposium at Penn
The request for poster abstracts is now live for the Behavioral Health Solutions Research Symposium on April 17th! Is your research focused on behavioral health (substance use and mental health disorders)? Submit a student and early career research poster abstract today for the 2017 Behavioral Health Solutions Research Symposium at Penn! http://bit.ly/BHSposter
April 17, 2017
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Houston Hall - Hall of Flags
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Us for Class at Penn Law this Summer!
Conveniently scheduled at Tues/Thurs 5:30-8:00 PM, this graduate level course, Introduction to U.S. Law and Legal Methods (LAW 511-301), introduces professionals and non-law students to the fundamentals of US law and legal methods. It is a strong stand-alone course for anyone seeking a greater understanding of the US legal system, and serves as an entry point for additional coursework at Penn Law for Penn students and staff.
Tuesday/Thursday evenings from June 6 to July 27
5:30 to 8:00 PM
3501 Sansom Street
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The GAPSA-Provost Fellowship for Interdisciplinary Innovation
The GAPSA-Provost Fellowship for Interdisciplinary Innovation is a program jointly funded by GAPSA and the Office of the Provost for the expressed purpose of fostering an interdisciplinary graduate and professional environment at the University of Pennsylvania. This highly competitive fellowship strives to promote original, student-derived initiatives that integrate knowledge across diverse academic disciplines. The fellowship is also meant to help the project-leader(s) develop, pursue and complete their proposed interdisciplinary initiatives. Fellows are to complete their proposed research projects over the summer with an end product due in September following the fellowship term.
$6,000.00 summer fellowship per project
The applicant must be a full-time or part-time Penn graduate (professional or research) student continuing their studies in the semester following the fellowship.
Applications are due on March 25th. Letters of Recommendation are due by March 31st.
Please send questions about this fellowship to the GAPSA-Provost Fellowship for Interdisciplinary Innovation committee at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chair for Research Students can also be reached through email@example.com
President Gutmann Leadership Award (PGLA) Is Opening for Application!
President Amy Gutmann has generously provided additional funding to augment GAPSA’s funding for graduate and professional student travel. The award will be given to students presenting at either an international conference, or a conference within the United States that would normally be out of their budget even with an individual travel grant through the Research or Professional Student Councils. The spring-round PGLA application is open from Mar. 1 to Mar. 31.
Contact E-mail: http://firstname.lastname@example.org
GAPSA Professional Travel Grant Applications Open February 1st
The GAPSA Professional Student Council distributes individual travel grants to defray the cost of qualified travel expenses for graduate students attending and/or presenting at academic conferences, meetings, and case competitions or pursuing professional development opportunities outside of the university.
February 1 - April 5
Funding 101: Green Leaf Program...
Looking to start a new student group? It's as easy as 1, 2, 3!
1) Register at GO@Penn
2) Apply for Student Group Event Funding (SGEF) in Round 4 (starting Feb. 15th
3) In the application under Supplementary Information, tell us:
New group seeking "Green Leaf" funding
Questions? Reach out to us: email@example.com
Mental Health Quizzo, for Mental Health Wellness Week!
Come celebrate the spirit of mental wellness week with CAPSAB at an event run by grad students for grad students! Win prizes and learn about resources on campus for your mental health in a fun way. Pizza and beer provided.
5 to 7 PM
3907 Spruce Street
Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook event URL: https://m.facebook.com/events/267163890396099/
Mental Wellness Week
Let's continue to come together as a strong and united community for Mental Wellness Week! Hosted by both undergraduate and graduate organizations, this week is all about cultivating empathy, collaboration, healing, and mindfulness. We invite you to spend time for yourself this week because you are worth it
April 3 -8, 2017
weeklong, all day
All over campus
check out at our Facebook Page: Mental Wellness Week
Mental Health Panel Discussion
Join us for an informal discussion in Fagin Hall, room 118 on 4/4. The panel is scheduled to have representatives from Counseling and Psychological Services, Student Health Services. Light refreshments will be provided
Fagin Hall, Room 118
Event Link :
Penn Birding Day/Overnight Trips for Spring migration
|Penn Birding is looking into day/overnight trips to birding hotspots outside of Philly to catch the Spring migration this season. Most locations are roughly 2-4 hours away in nearby states. The aim would be to bird different hotspots within an area during a longer excursion. If you are interested, please fill out the form at https://goo.gl/forms/MdkRMqWEOvCQBAli1
TBD during Spring migration
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Calling all bird, wildlife & nature lovers: Join Penn Birding!
Veritas Forum: Beauty In/And Justice
Why do we experience beauty as transcendent yet somehow impermanent and corrupted, and suffering as somehow wrong, rather than a part of the natural order? Why do advocates of each new system of justice believe they can devise legal codes that will achieve a fully just and social order, even though every previous system of justice has failed? The Veritas Forum invites you to come explore ideas of faith, justice, and beauty in our world.
Wednesday March 29
Silverman Hall, Levy Conference Center
3501 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you love wildlife? Like being outdoors? Interested in birding with others at Penn? We're looking for people to join us for meetings, walks, and birding trips. Penn Birding promotes the appreciation and study of wild birds and their habitats through community, education, and other activities. Birders and birdwatchers at all levels of experience are welcome to participate.
To join, find out about future events, fill out the membership form: http://goo.gl/forms/crnt2OYonY38GLDD2
Sponsored by GAPSA
Contact Email: http:// email@example.com
Pou Sante Amar Haiti: Veterinary Trip
Pou Sante: Amar Haiti is a non-profit organization founded by a group of veterinary students in 2013. Our mission is to develop sustainable herd management techniques in rural communities of northern Haiti through collaboration with local farmers and basic livestock education to increase the productivity and consequential economic value of these animals. Our 2017 trip is approaching and we are accepting donations https://www.youcaring.com/pousanteamarhaiti-704818 To learn more about Pou Sante visit: pousantehaiti.org
June 5-June 17th
Cap Haitien, Haiti
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
GAPSA Executive Board Elections
IX Conference MBA Spain
GAPSA ELECTIONS ARE COMING!! On March 29th the General Assembly of the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly will elect their 12 person Executive Board for 2017-2018. If you will be a graduate or professional student at the University of Pennsylvania next year, please consider contending for one of these spots. Serving on the board is an incredibly fulfilling and fun way to serve the 12,000 graduate students at this university. For more information, about each position, please review the GAPSA constitution: http://www.gapsa.upenn.edu/constitution/ or email the members of the current GAPSA board: http://www.gapsa.upenn.edu/the-executive-board/!
Are you a Spaniard on campus or very interested in the Spanish business reality and fluent in Spanish? If the answer is "yes", you may consider buy a ticket for the IX Conference MBA Spain that will take place on campus (Huntsman Hall). You can get more information in https://www.conferenciambaspain.com/
or contacting the referenced email in this announcement!
Saturday, April 1
JMHH, 8th Floor
The Wharton School
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West Philadelphia Health Fair
Penn Nursing Graduate Student Organization (GSO) is now recruiting volunteers for the 2017 West Philadelphia Health Fair! Volunteers offer medical, dental, and eye exams to adults and children at no cost – as well as nutrition, women's health, insurance education, legal "check-ups" and other advocacy resources. A background in healthcare is not required and all individuals are encouraged to participate! Volunteers will receive breakfast, lunch, and a t-shirt!
Interested in volunteering?
Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/c2XAXU6yPn5mqtl12
Sunday, April 1st
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Mastery Charter School
5601 Christian Street Philadelphia, PA 19143
Event Information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1147521832033929/
Questions? Please contact:
Rashika Kaushik: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gabriella Jackson: email@example.com
Philadelphia Oral Cancer Walk and 5K
Penn Dental invites everyone to come help increase awareness about oral cancer by participating or volunteering in our walk and 5k on April 1st! Both Registration and the Walk begin on Shoemaker Green at Penn Park (30th and Walnut St. near the Schuylkill River). The walk ends at Penn Dental Medicine (240 S. 40th St.) All proceeds benefit the Oral Cancer Foundation! We hope you will join us in supporting this great cause!
April 1st, 2017
8:30am - 12pm
Shoemaker Green at Penn Park (30th and Walnut St. near the Schuylkill River)
Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org