Processing the Roe V. Wade Decision

Penn Women's Center and Restorative Practices @ Penn invite you to healing community spaces for students, alumni, staff and faculty.


 


Drop-In Space


Thursday, June 30th 1:00 - 5:00pm


Penn Women's Center Garden, 3643 Locust Walk


All are welcome to stop by the PWC garden for this open space. During this informal gathering, you are invited to gather with friends, express your feelings aloud, or sit in quiet reflection. Tea and refreshments will be provided.


 


 


Virtual Space


Friday, July 1st, 11:00am - 1:00pm


Register by 9:30am ET on July 1st for Zoom link


Join Penn Women's Center and Restorative Practices @ Penn for a restorative support circle space. Facilitators will hold breakout spaces for a variety of identities and affiliations, including students, employees, parents/caretakers, and LGBTQ experiences. Please register in advance. The Zoom link will be emailed on Friday morning.


 


 


Resources


The GSWS Program and Center for Feminist, Queer, and Transgender Studies have compiled a list of resources on and off campus for those interested in learning more about reproductive justice and for those seeking care and support.


 


 


More to come!


We are planning future programing that centers action, organizing, and the broader civil rights implications of this decision. Stay tuned for updates!


 


 


Questions?


Contact pwc@pobox.upenn.edu


Penn Libraries now Hiring!

Penn Libraries is currently hiring students in a variety of roles. Students can work in the stacks, staff a public service desk, or provide a variety of technical services. Weekday hours are available at library locations all over campus, with limited availability on evenings and weekends.


 


Applicants should search “Library” in Workday for open positions.


Learn more: https://www.library.upenn.edu/about/hr/students


 


All students are eligible for employment in the libraries.           


COVID-19 FAQs for Summer 2022

Penn has updated the COVID-19 FAQs for Summer 2022 (for both faculty and students). They can be found here: https://provost.upenn.edu/coronavirus-information-and-resources


The page provides information about academic issues and resources for students and instructors related to the COVID-19 pandemic. For all academic matters, students should continue to work with their academic advisors and advising offices. Visit coronavirus.upenn.edu for more information.


Updated May 16, 2022