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New Leaders and New Visions at the Penn Libraries

Homecoming Weekend 2022

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October 17, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Open to the Public
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Join the Penn Libraries to virtually celebrate the launch of Arts at Homecoming with a panel of new Libraries leaders who will each discuss the exciting and thought-provoking projects that are on the horizon and will continue to make positive impacts on the Penn community. From cutting-edge technology to ancient manuscripts to creative student engagement, be the first to know what to expect from the spine of Penn’s learning and research: the Penn Libraries.

Introduction and welcome will be delivered by Ann Nolan Reese CW74, President, Penn Alumni.


  • Nicky Agate, Snyder-Granader Assistant University Librarian for Research Data & Digital Scholarship 
  • Sean Quimby, Associate University Librarian & Director of the Jay I. Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, Director of the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies 
  • Hannah Rutledge, Director, Biotech Commons  

Moderator: Brigitte Weinsteiger, Gershwind & Bennett Family Senior Associate Vice Provost for Collections and Scholarly Communications

Homecoming Weekend featuring Arts and Culture at Penn

This program is presented as part of Homecoming Weekend featuring Arts and Culture at Penn. Penn Alumni and partners across the University invite alumni and friends to participate in virtual and in-person programming. Learn more and find all upcoming programs on the Penn Alumni website.