Faces of Philanthropy

A logo made of dark blue, light blue, and bright red blocks appears against a dark blue background. The logo reads, “Extraordinary Impact: The Campaign for Penn GSE.”
  • Education Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Higher Education
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Faces of Philanthropy
October 28, 2021

Penn GSE exceeded the largest fundraising goal in its history, dramatically increasing support for priorities across the School.

A group of Penn GSE students pose together in the Penn GSE courtyard. The Extraordinary Impact logo is on the bottom of the image.
  • Faces of Philanthropy
July 1, 2021

Penn GSE has surpassed its goal by more than 30 percent with the campaign’s conclusion, dramatically increasing support for priorities across the School.

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  • Philadelphia Impact
  • Education Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Faces of Philanthropy
May 17, 2021

The largest fundraising effort in Penn GSE’s history is helping the School realize its five priorities and provide learners with the foundation for lifelong opportunity.

Headshots of David Roberts (left) and Doug Korn (right) appear with a boxed headline that says “Harnessing the Power of Education.”]
  • Leadership
  • Faces of Philanthropy
  • Alumni
October 22, 2020

Penn GSE’s new Board of Overseers Chair, Doug Korn, W’84, and his predecessor, David Roberts, W’84, support Dean Grossman’s vision and the School’s work creating opportunity through education.

A logo made of dark blue, light blue, and bright red blocks appears against an ivory background. The logo reads, “Extraordinary Impact: The Campaign for Penn GSE."
  • Education Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Faces of Philanthropy
October 22, 2020

The largest fundraising campaign in Penn GSE’s history, Extraordinary Impact supports faculty, staff, and students as they create opportunity through education.

Digital image of Penn GSE's central building at 3700 Walnut Street, with an expansion that links the building to nearby Stiteler Hall and moves the main entrance to 37th Street Walk
  • Faces of Philanthropy
January 16, 2020

As a part of Penn GSE’s Extraordinary Impact Campaign, the School is embarking on a building expansion that will create a hub of twenty-first-century teaching and learning.

Headshot of Andrew Harris Jacobson and Marina Kunis Jacobson, G’93, WG’93
  • Faces of Philanthropy
  • Alumni
November 6, 2019

As the Extraordinary Impact Campaign continues, Penn GSE is grateful to generous donors who are investing in the School’s strengths and vision.

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  • Faces of Philanthropy
May 14, 2019

Jeff Goldberg, W’83, WG’89, and Nicole Goldberg, are inspired by the accomplishments and far-reaching influence of Penn GSE.

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  • Faces of Philanthropy
  • Alumni
May 14, 2019

A supporter of Penn GSE’s Capital Expansion Project, Molly Rouse-Terlevich, C’90, GED’00, is inspired by the transformative power of high-quality education.

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  • Faces of Philanthropy
  • Alumni
March 1, 2019

Lois Kohn-Claar, C’88, GED’88, is dedicated to the challenge of re-envisioning learning.

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