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Explore alumni benefits, career and professional development, lifelong learning, answers to frequently asked questions, and University-wide alumni opportunities.

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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Alumni Benefits

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Career and Professional Development

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Lifelong Learning

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Featured Alumni


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.

Kelly (Franquemont) Shiohira, GED’12

Kelly (Franquemont) Shiohira, GED’12, travelled to Johannesburg, South Africa, for her internship with the Molteno Institute for Language and Literacy, a nongovernmental organization that operates literacy projects throughout Africa...

Christopher Bradie, W’92, G’04, GRD’12

For Norrizan Razali, GR’92, a modest upbring­ing in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur underscored the im­portance of education, especially English fluency, in opening doors to eco­nomic prosperity. Her path to leadership in business and technology at Microsoft and Apple began with curiosity about English language acquisition in her native city...

Norrizan Razali, GR’92

For Norrizan Razali, GR’92, a modest upbring­ing in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur underscored the im­portance of education, especially English fluency, in opening doors to eco­nomic prosperity. Her path to leadership in business and technology at Microsoft and Apple began with curiosity about English language acquisition in her native city...

Hoopes Wampler, GRD ’13

Penn has approximately three hundred thousand graduates spread around the world. Hoopes Wampler, GRD ’13, wants to engage all of them—a goal he acknowl­edges is a tall order. As associate vice president of alumni relations, Wampler oversees alumni outreach efforts University-wide...