Community continues after you graduate.

Your affiliation with the Penn GSE alumni network can be transformative, both personally and professionally. With over 16,000 alumni in 94 countries, our community is a powerful place to build connections.

We invite you to explore the opportunities and resources available to you and the many ways alumni like you are (re)connecting with Penn, the School, and each other for personal and professional development.

Or, you can contact the Penn GSE Office of Development and Alumni Relations: (215) 573-6623 or alumni@gse.upenn.edu.

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Meet Our Alumni

Penn GSE is striving to change the world, one graduate at a time. Read stories of the many ways our alumni are having a transformational impact.

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Constance Clayton, GRD’81

Constance Clayton, GRD’81, utilizes African-American art to empower and educate children.

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Wallace “Wally” E. Boston, GRD’10

As president of American Public Education Inc., Wallace “Wally” E. Boston, GRD’10, believes in the future of online education.

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Sarah Horns, GED’11, and Khaing Zah Lynn, GED’12

Sarah Horns, GED’11, and Khaing Zah Lynn, GED’12, speak about how their GSE skills and knowledge allowed them to make a global impact on education.

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David Soo, GR’11

David Soo, GR’11, believes technology is key to increasing access to education.

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Alumni Events

May 11
Join the thousands of proud Penn alumni returning to campus May 11-14, 2018 to celebrate all that is Penn! Call your classmates and get in the red and blue spirit.
Penn Campus
May 12
Join Penn GSE faculty, staff, alumni, and friends for the Penn GSE’s Celebration of Educators, the annual tradition that honors and recognizes the extraordinary impact of our community!
The Inn at Penn | 3600 Sansom Street | Philadelphia, PA 19104
Nov 10
Join us to find out how leaders from across higher education are planning for the future of their institutions. This panel discussion with college presidents from across the United States and Penn Provost Wendell Pritchett will be moderated by James S. Riepe Professor Laura Perna, chair of the Higher Education Division at Penn GSE.
Stiteler Hall | Auditorium (B6) | 208 S. 37th Street | Philadelphia, PA

Impact

  • "Staying connected to GSE and to Penn has so many benefits, but at the most basic level, I think it is important to stay connected to continue to construct, advance, and enhance your own personal and social identity. Penn in many ways can and does define who you are to the outside world, and that identity can help your career, expand your network, and advance your presence in the world."

    Hoopes Wampler, GRD’13
    Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations, University of Pennsylvania

  • “I want to get to know alumni and students. I want to learn about their journeys through graduate school and in the job market, and I want to be able to tap into their original talents and experiences to help build connections.”

    Marsha Comegno, GED’98, GRD’04
    President, Education Alumni Association

  • “For all the degrees I’ve been fortunate enough at attain, I have a closer bond with my classmates from Penn GSE as a whole than I do from anywhere else. They’re a set of people I can call and brainstorm with, who I know have my best interest at heart.”

    Michael Sorrell, GRD’15
    Member, Penn GSE Board of Overseers

  • “Penn GSE has a vital role to play in ensuring that all youth have access to learning that supports their full development and prepares them for the jobs of the future.”

    Pam Grossman
    Dean, Penn GSE

  • “I want students to be able to take what they learn and apply it in the world to do good and effect change.”

    Susan Yoon
    Associate Professor, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, Penn GSE