Programs at the Penn Libraries — including lecture series, symposia, and public events — further our ongoing commitment to meaningful engagement with individuals, institutions, and communities. By bringing distinguished scholars to campus to engage with our distinctive collections, these programs and foster conversation, scholarship, and discovery. Support for programs enhances how the Penn Libraries can encourage scholarly exploration into new academic frontiers, both within the University community and beyond.
Past and current programs made possible by donor support include:
- Park-Choi DEIA Lecture Series
- The Lawrence J. Schoenberg Symposium on Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age
- The A.S.W. Rosenbach Lectures in Bibliography
- Jay I. Kislak Symposium
- Thomas Sovereign Gates Library Lecture Series
- The Muriel Pfaelzer Bodek Lecture Series on Public Affairs
- The Henry Charles Lea Lecture Series
- Lorraine Beitler Collection Lecture
For more information about the Penn Libraries and how you can make an impact, please contact Sam Duplessis, Director of Advancement.