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Penn Alumni Travel: National Parks & Lodges of the Old West
Featuring Professor Sarah Barringer Gordon

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Inspiration, a connection to the past, and nature's beauty are the gifts of this American expedition. Amidst spectacular scenery and over night stays in extraordinary historic lodges that are destinations unto themselves, this journey traces the historic paths and natural splendors of the Old West.
The Corcoran Gallery is scheduled to close on September 28th, 2014 and will not reopen until some time after early 2016. At that time it will showcase considerably less than 50% of its current collection.
This may be your last chance to see the highlights of the current collection which will encompass the museums extraordinary American art, as well as European, Modern, and Photography. Join the Penn Club us as we say farewell to this iteration of one of the world's most prestigious museums.
An afternoon with Penn History & Law Professor Sarah Barringer Gordon
Sponsored by Penn Alumni Travel and the Penn Regional Clubs

The Rustic Inn
475 N. Cache St.
Jackson, Wyoming
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Featuring Professor C. Brian Rose
12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT

Join C. Brian Rose, James B. Pritchard Professor of Archaeology and Curator-in-Charge of the Mediterranean Section, University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, as he gives a short lecture on the history and culture of Turkey. Professor Rose was Head of Post-Bronze Age excavations at Troy, and English language editor of Studia Troica. He has authored or edited four books on the archaeology of Troy and Gordion, and another on dynastic commemoration in the early Roman Empire. This fall, he will be hosting Penn Alumni Travel’s October 2014 tour to Turkey. We welcome all passengers of this trip and anyone interested in Turkey travel to join us for this webinar. A brief question and answer session will follow with Professor Rose and representatives from our tour operator.

[Please note that Professor Rose’s Turkey tour is sold out; however, Penn Alumni Travel will be announcing our 2015 tours by May 1, 2014. Click here for more details.]
Join the Penn Club for an exclusive invitation to a free play, From Prison to Stage. The Prisons Foundation is a nonprofit organization founded by ex-prisoners. It reaches out to imprisoned artists, playwrights, and authors.  Plays selected from material submitted by prison inmates across the country.  Afterwards there will be an opportunity to meet the director, dramaturge and cast.
Penn Alumni Travel: Galapagos Islands
Featuring Professor Michael Weisberg

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See Galápagos as Darwin did—aboard an expedition ship equipped to give you the most engaging experience possible. Voyage from island to island to make fresh discoveries daily with a team of naturalists and a National Geographic photographer!

Volunteer at Cradles to Crayons

Join us for a family-friendly event!

Penn Club of Chicago Board Meeting - Join Us and Help Plan/Lead

Want to be involved with the Penn Club of Chicago? Interested in learning more about what we do, planning an event, or helping out? Just want to meet some other Penn alums?
Open Social Impact Committee Meeting

Anyone interested is invited to join the committee and see what it is all about!

Penn Alumni Club of Philadelphia Board Open House

Join us for a meet and greet over wine and Insomnia Cookies!

Anyone interested in meeting the Penn Alumni Club of Philadelphia board members is invited to join us for wine and Insomnia Cookies to mingle, provide feedback, and share ideas!
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