• Black Graduate and Professional Student Assembly

    A student organization at the University of Pennsylvania committed to enhancing the quality of life for Black graduate and professional students and facilitating dialogue across the different graduate and professional constituencies.

New!: Academic and Professional Enrichment at Penn

Check this calendar regularly (or add it to your own) to stay abreast of opportunities for academic and professional growth.    

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Licit and Illicit Financial Flows from Developing Countries: Are Lawyers Heroes or Villains?

https://www.law.upenn.edu/newsevents/calendar.php#event_id/50756/view/event Forbes Magazine’s 48th most powerful woman in the world (No. 44 in 2014) Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the former Minister of Finance for Nigeria, has helped the country’s economy, the largest in Africa, grow an average of 6% (per annum) over three years. She is credited with developing reform programs that helped improve governmental transparency and … Continue reading


Undergrad Leaders Develop Plan of Action for Racism in Penn Greek Life

During our freshman and sophomore years at Penn, two incidents of cultural insensitivity within the Greek system created community tension and divided Penn’s campus. First was the “gangsta”-themed mixer and then the holiday photo fiasco. While both of these incidents were deeply concerning on a cultural awareness level, one of the greatest problems that became … Continue reading


Featured: Queen Me Inc Jewelery

Queen Me Inc was started by Penn alum Breanna Moore C’15 and it offers designer styles and handcrafted jewelry created to crown the queen that you are! Please follow on instagram @queenmeinc. Also contact Breanna Moore for more info @mooreofbre on Instagram


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