Provost-Netter Center Faculty-Community Partnership Award Recipients

The Provost-Netter Center Faculty-Community Partnership Award is an annual award that recognizes faculty-community partnership projects. The purpose of the award is to recognize sustained and productive university/community partnerships and to develop or enhance ongoing work. Junior and senior faculty along with senior lecturers and associated faculty from any of Penn’s 12 schools are eligible for nomination, together with their community partners. Awardees are selected by a faculty review committee, based on the criteria of significance of engagement, impact of the project, and sustainability. Congratulations to all recipients of the Faculty-Community Partnership Award! 


Provost-Netter Center Faculty-Community Partnership Award:

2022- Lori Flanagan-Cato and Lou Lozzi, David Rowe, and Brian Horn (the science team at Paul Robeson High School)

2021 - Carol Muller and West Philadelphia High School

2020 - skipped

2019 - Terri Lipman and Inthedance, LLC


Netter Center Faculty-Community Partnership Award:

2018 - Joan Gluch and Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers

2017 - Rich Pepino and Partners in the School District of Philadelphia

2016 - Herman Beavers and West Philadelphia Cultural Alliance/Paul Robeson House & Museum