Penn Alumni Regional Clubs  -  a network of over 130 clubs around the world -  serve to bring the spirit of the University to their regions.  Wherever you are, you're never far from another Penn alumnus or a Penn Club.  Penn clubs offer wonderful opportunities for alumni to connect through social, intellectual and community events.
Connect with Penn alumni where you live, work and travel by locating the nearest Penn Club!

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Regional Clubs Network Calendar

Join fellow alumni as the club welcomes Nursing Dean, Antonia M. Villarruel
Kansas City: Lecture at Central Library
Thanks to Shakespeare, Julius Caesar's stabbing is the most famous assassination in history. But what actually happened on March 15, 44 B.C., is even more gripping than the Bard's depiction. Penn alumni in Kansas City are invited to hear the details of the true story with Cornell University's Barry Strauss. Please join us on March 31 at 6:00pm at the Central Library.
Denver Ivy Plus Career Expo
The 3rd Annual Ivy Plus Career Expo is one month away. Building upon the success of the prior expos, there are already more than a dozen employers committed to attend with additional sponsors being added weekly. For the most up-to-date sponsor list and to register for the event please check the website at www.IvyPlusCareerExpo.com. This is our biggest event of the year; don’t miss this unique opportunity by signing up today!

Happy Hour and Oakland Art Murmur, First Friday

Come join fellow Penn alumni as we enjoy drinks and appetizers at Picán and visit art galleries in Uptown Oakland.

Join fellow Penn alumni for drinks and appetizers at Picán. Then we'll disperse for a self-guided tour of Uptown's eclectic art galleries and enjoy the lively bustle of the popular Uptown street festival (along Telegraph Avenue, between Grand 27th). 

You are cordially invited to The First Coast Penn Alumni Club’s Spring Gathering featuring Professor Michael Horowitz, "The Interview of Killer Robots: The International Politics of New Technologies"
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