Student Papers

Over the past 20 years, the Netter Center has archived many of the papers produced by students in Dr. Ira Harkavy’s seminars as well as other ABCS classes.

 

The following lists the papers and student authors by year. They are available for Penn student use only and will not be publicly distributed. To review a paper, please contact Yetunde Pinckney, myetunde@pobox.upenn.edu.

 

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2001

CPLN 590

Teo, Clara Chiewgee

Adult and Youth Partnership for Community Change: A New Approach to Youth Development Based on West Philadelphia Case Study

Dr. Ira Harkavy

Spring 2001

CPLN 590


HIST 210

Valenzuela, Duare

The “Master of Health” Club:

Dr. Ira Harkavy and Dr. Frank Johnston

Spring 2001

General Honors

 

Yip, Jason

A Modest Proposal

Fall 2000 - Spring 2001

May 11, 2001

General Honors 210

 

HIST 214

Geheb, Phillip J.F.

Discourse and Democracy

Dr. Ira Harkavy and Dr. Lee Benson

Fall 2001 and Spring 2002

History 214

 

Nieuwland-Zlotnicki, Alexander,Shanes, Justin
Bursting the Bubble

Dr. Ira Harkavy and Dr. Lee Benson

Fall 2001

GH HIST 214/URBS 078


URBS 208

Moore, LaTeisha, Noti, Yaran

Education for Democracy:

Dr. Ira Harkavy

Summer 2001

Urban Studies 208

 

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2000

Bongiovanni, Joe

A Handbook fir WEPIC involvement at The Dr. John P. Turner Middle School: A critical evaluation of both The Summer Institute and the school year teaching.

9/14/2000

 

Feeney, Garth

University Assisted Small Business Development

9/14/2000

Participatory Action

 

Levine, Adam

The Citizen Service Spectrum: The West Philadelphia Community Working with Groups from Across the City and Across the Commonwealth

9/14/2000

Urban University-Community Relations

 

Malkin, Julie

From Diplomas to Development: How Universities Meet the Challenge of Workforce Development and Welfare Reform

6/12/2000


HIST 214

Affannato, Kelly; Davis, Beandrea

How Many Roads?

Dr. Ira Harkavy and Dr. Lee Benson

May 7, 2000

General Honors-History 214-301

 

URBS 208

Alpert, Danny; Goodwyn, Ofonedu-Ima; Noble, Kimberly; Shu, Daniel

How Can We Improve Service

Urban Studies 208

Summer 2000

 

Eng, Elaine; Mater, Talia; Yip, Jason

Campaign 2000 - A Modest Proposal: The Implementation of Academically Based Community Service Classes at the University of Pennsylvania Through an Effective Grassroots Campaign Utilizing Students as Agents of Change

August 11, 2000

Urban Studies 208

 

Male, Sharon, Nawi, Rachel

The Power of Language:

Dr. Ira Harkavy

August 11, 2000

URBS 208

 

Rubin, Benjamin

Urban Universities & the Rebirth of their Neighborhood: A Recipe

9/14/2000

Urban Studies

 

PPPS Internship

Arnheim, Ethan

Impact of Penn’s Decisions on Retail Space and the Effect on the Community: West Philadelphia As A “Destination”

Summer 2000

Penn Public Service Intern

 

Davis, Beandrea, Demeke, Maria, Nangle, Christine

Taking Back Our Minds:

Dr. Ira Harkavy and Cory Bowman

August 11, 2000

Summer Internship

 

Jimenez, Rafael A.

Research in the Mill Creek Neighborhood:

August 11, 2000

Summer Internship

 

HIST 218

Bucciarelli, Natalie, Goodman, Perry, Newton, Wayman, Ochoa, Bikila

Restructuring the Undergraduate Curriculum to Increase Integrated Diversity

May 12, 2000

General Honors 218-301

 

Crawford, Heather; Camarillo, Jeff; Thoma Marie; Tung, Vicki

Measuring Diversity on Penn’s Campus:

8/20/2002

General Honors 218

 

Kwenskin, Abigail, Mandell, Samantha, Silver, Michael, Valerio, Ray
Creating Integrative Social Options for a Diverse Campus:

Dr. Ira Harkavy and Dr. Lee Benson

May, 2000

General Honors 218

 

Lomazoff, Eric, Siegel, Laurie,Kim, Betty, Tuchinsky, Jessica

Changing the Residential Face of Campus

Dr. Ira Harkavy and Dr. Lee Benson

May, 2000

General Honors 218-301

 

HIST 210

Cohen, Samantha, Levin, David, Yen, Margaret

Integration of A “Poverty, Society, & Local Communities”

Dr. Ira Harkavy and Dr. Lee Benson

December 20, 2000

General Honors 210

 

HIST 200H

Delano Manning, Damon

The New “Talented Tenth”: Discussion of the Role African-American Students at the University of PA can Play in the Revitalization of West Philadelphia Through its Youth: WEPIC Summer Institute 1991 as a Case Study.

9/14/2000

History 200H

 

Leveque, Patricia

A Continuing Controversy: What is a Community Leader?

9/14/2000

History 200H

 

URBS 118

Feuerstadt, Paul, Katz, Margo, Stein, Shane

Urban Studies 118: Course Wrap Up

May 12, 2000

Urban Studies 118

 

ANTH 206

Schwartz, Anna

Increasing Parent’s Involvement in Their Children’s Nutrition

Spring, 2000

Anthropology

 

Seeg, Johnathan

Penn Volunteerism in West Philadelphia: An Observational Analysis of the Personal Development of Volunteer-Student Relationships

9/14/2000

Anthropology 206

 

Thoma, Marie

Promoting Cultural Awareness through Cross-Cultural Dialogue at the University of Pennsylvania.

May, 2000

Sr. Anthr Honors Thesis

 

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1999

Borden, Stein, Laura, Audrey Beth

Computers and Education

6/18/1999

 

Caputo, Lynch, Safady, Karen, Sheila, Jenifer

How Will GSFA Function as a Catalyst for Helping the U of P and its Professional Schools Become the “New University”?

6/18/1999

 

Faber, Lindsay; Tkacik, Maureen; Bilenker, Noah

Urban Studies 078 West Philadelphia Group Final Paper

6/29/1999

 

Goodman, Perry

Divided We Fall

Dr. Ira Harkavy

August 6, 1999

 

Green, Jonathan

In Support of America’s Children: Social Service and Community School Efforts in Public Schools

6/29/1999

 

Griffin, Beth Ann

Improving Secondary Mathematics Education and the Democratic Proactices of Higher Ed: What can the University of Pennsylvania do to help Improve Area High School Students’ Performance and Motivation in Mathematics?

5/7/1999

Urban Universities

 

Hamalian, Seth

The Role of Arts of In bringing together The University City and West Philadelphia Communities

7/30/1999

 

Harris, Jamal

Project Health: A Pilot Program focusing on Using School Health Programs to Alleviate the Urban Health Crisis

6/18/1999

General Honors

 

Kabaker, Matthew

A New Education: The Stigma of the Liberal Curriculum and the Development of Instrumental Intelligence

6/18/1999

 

Malkin, Jennifer

From Diplomas to Development: How Universities Meet the Challenge of Workforce Development and Welfare Reform?

5/7/1999

 

Roberts, Jennifer

Theories and Methods of Race Relations Improvement

6/18/1999

General Honors

 

Waldman, Shelly B.

A Proposal for A Documentary: Through Children’s Eyes

6/18/1999

 

Wiener, David

A Proposal of Ways to Improve Housing in West Philadelphia

6/18/1999

General Honors

 

HIST 204/214

Bryant, Lateefah

An Interdisciplinary Business Curriculum for Middle School Students

4/5/1999

History 204/214

 

Dreyfack, Ingram, Kahn, Anna, Eilleen, Abigail

Ride the Train: :Public Service In Service Training”

6/18/1999

General Honors

 

Grossman, Andrew

Conquering the Urban Environment:

May 6, 1999

General Honors Hist 214

Shiensky, Aviva

A Critical Case Study in Institutional Problem Solving and Decision Making

6/18/1999

General Honors History 16

 

Podell, Allison B.,la Mont, Kristen

Overcoming Town-Gown Conflict: What Should Be Done to Reduce Hostility and Eventually Bring about Communal Relationships between West Philadelphia Residents and Members of the University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Ira Harkavy and Dr. Lee Benson

May 5, 1999

History 214

 

Valenzuela, Duare

Improving Health In West Philadelphia

Spring 1999

General Honors Hist 214

 

URBS 78

Chadda, Nidhi, Jones, Jennifer

Applying Problem Based Learning to Solve an Ill Structured Problem: Meeting Urban Health Care Needs with University Resources.

Spring 1999

URBS 078-401

 

Charalambides, Harry

An Enrichment Effort

Spring 1999

Urban Studies 78-401

 

Lee, Leonard, Dudek, Andrzej

Electronic Technology @ Penn In Search of Balance

Fall 1999

General Honors 210-301

 

Rosenblum, Ian, Shu, Daniel

Student-Initiated Change at the University of Pennsylvania

Fall 199 and Summer 1999

GENH 210/URBS 078

 

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1998

Rubin, Bethany

Reconstructing Higher Education: Defining the Obstacles

Spring 1998

History 214

 

Guthrie, Pete

A Cord Not Quickly Broken

Summer and Fall 1998

History 204 and 214

 

Aherne, Gabe; Mann, Theodore; Wilson, Hank

A Prayer for West Philly?

Spring 1998

General Honors 210

 

Eisenberg, Erin

Improving Undergraduate Education by Improving West Philadelphia Schools

Fall 1998 and Spring 1999

Urban Studies 078

 

Dubroff, Rachel

The Value of a Scientific Education for Non Scientist

Spring 1998

 

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1997

Christopher, Jason

1995 Turner Summer Institute

Health and Nutrition Group

8/13/1997

Amy Cohen

 

Kurshan, Debra

Faculty-Student Collaboration: A Work In Progress

September 3, 1997

Summer Public Service Intern

 

Roder, Sanam

Empowerment and the Youth Empowered Nutrition Initiative

7/25/1997

Amy Cohen

 

Sherman, Pattie

The National School Lunch Program.

May, 1997

Ford Internship

 

Senior Thesis

Hoopes,Amy

The Implementation of Problem-Based Language: An Attempt to Improve the Health Status of West Philadelphia’s Children

Spring 1997

Senior Honors Thesis

 

Wright, Rachel

A Proposal for Intergenerational Health and Nutrition Intervention Programs as a Part of the Turner Nutritional Awareness Project

May 2, 1997

Senior Thesis


HIST GH 210

Caccavella, Dowshen, Francois, Garcon, Sheinbein,Alexandra, Nadia, Chantal, Michele, Rachel

Collaboration of Sexual Health Peer Education: A Model for University City High School as a University-Assisted Community School

4/1/1997

General Honors 210

 

Durkin, Timothy

The Process Towards III-structured Problem Solving: Using Penn’s Resources to Help West Philadelphia Schoolchildren Make the Transition from African American Vernacular to Standard English

7/1/1997

General Honors 210

 

FitzGerald, Patrick

A Collaborative Theatrical Approach to Studying the Surrounding Community

9/8/1997

General Honors 210.

 

HIST 200

Cohen, Amy

School-Based Health: Towards Linking the Health, Education, and Social Services

8/20/1997

History 200

 

URBS 78

Go, Maria

Improving West Philadelphia Through Job Preparation in Public Education: The Health Charter at University High School as a Case Study

7/1/1997

URBS 78 Harkavy/Benson

 

Lynch,Catherine

Making our Communities Stronger: Approaching community development through multi-cultural learning

12/31/1997

Urban Studies 078

 

Piesieski, Joanne

Environmental Education in an urban environment: Improving Shaw Middle School’s Environmental Education Program

5/7/1997

Urban Studies 78

 

Rubin, Benjamin

Urban Universities and the Rebirth of Their Neighborhood: A Recipe Based Upon The University of Chicago’s Experience

1/15/1997

Urban Studies

 

CPLN 590

Cohen, William J.

Educating the Planner: Building Effective Knowledge Through Problem-Based Learning and the Community Experience

12/1/1997

CPLN 590

 

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1996

Anderson, Joy N.

Corporal Punishment: An American Tradition (with special emphasis on its presence in American public education)

5/2/1996

 

Berman, Ben

Developing Children Through Drama and Developing Stimulus Children’s Theater Through Children

8/9/1996

 

Caruso, Patterson, Sorensen, Wener, Wright, Stacy, Jocelyn, Kelly, Michelle, Rachel

The Turner Nutrition Club

Spring 1996

 

Gould, Milena

Sexual Activity and Sexual Education: A Case Study

4/1/1996

 

Gould, Milena

“Sexual Activity and Sexual Education: A Case Study”

4/1/1996

 

Harris, Jamal

Project Health: A Pilot Program Focusing on Using School Health Programs to Alleviate the Urban Health Crisis

4/1/1996

 

Kabaker, Matthews

A New Education: The Stigma of the Liberal Curriculum and the Development of Instrumental Intelligence

5/29/1996

 

Litwin, Adam

Mentoring to Improve the Relationship Between the University of Pennsylvania and the City of Philadelphia: The Creation of the Mentor Consortium

5/1/1996

History

 

Muroff, Julie and Karalyn Stanky

From Learned Helplessness to Learned Efficacy: Exercising Control Over Environment and Self

8/12/1996

 

O’Conner, Katherine

My Very Late Paper on Black English

7/1/1996

 

Roberts, Jennifer

Theories and Methods of Race Relations Improvement

5/1/1996

Urban Studies

 

Rubin,Benjamin

The University and its Surrounding Community: A Study of the University of Chicago

9/1/1996

Harkavy

 

Selvaraj, Shivaani

Urban, University & Community Relations

12/23/1996

 

Viets, Alexa

Community Gardens as Planning Models: Can Our Communities Function Like Our Gardens

12/13/1996

 

Visnauskas, Ruth Anne

Cities Feeding People: Community Gardens in Philadelphia

5/10/1996

Environmental Studies

 

Wright, Rachel

Community Nutrition: A Proposal for an Intergenerational Community Nutritional Education Program at the John P. Turner Middle School in West Philadelphia

8/13/1996

 

HIST GH 214

Desai, Neena

The National School Lunch Program. Nutrition of Urban Adolescents: John P. Turner Middle School as a Case Study

12/19/1996

General Honors History 214

 

Harris, Jamal

Project Health: A pilot Program Focusing on Using School Health Programs to Alleviate the Urban Health Crisis

General Honors Spring 96

 

Smith, Anthony

Academics and Athletics in Penn’s Tutoring Programs: A Proposal

5/6/1996

History GH 214

 

HIST 204

Francois, Chantal

JPT Magazine as an Approach to Problem Solving, Intelligence Development and Empowerment for Turner Middle School Students

9/1/1996

History 204

 

CPLN 590

Guerrero, Julie

CDCS and Urban Universities: Creating Successful Partnerships to Serve Local Communities

12/13/1996

CPLN 590

 

Nass, Karl

Towards the Committed Integral Solution: The Graduate School of Fine Arts and The Department of City Planning in West Philadelphia.

12/13/1996

CPLN 590

 

URBS 78

Shluger, Lisa

Local-Community Empowerment in Environmental Problem-Solving--Focus on Children’s Participation and Environmental Education

8/16/1996

Urban Studies 78

 

HIST 204-900

Muroff, Julie, Stanley, Karalyn

From Learned Helplessness to Learned Efficacy: Exercising Control Over Environment and Self

8/12/1996

History 204-900-Summer 96

 

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1995

Baker, Ria

Conflict Resolution Curriculum taught at the 1995 Turner Summer Institute and Alternative Afro-centric Activities for Middle School Students

8/18/1995

 

Bernardo, Kiyana

An Evaluation of the 1995 Turner Summer Institute’s Dance Club

9/1/1995

 

Benson, Sarah

Nutrition Education -- A Family Issue

8/18/1995

 

Bhattacharya, Supti

The Role and Efficacy of Administration in the Scott Paper Internship 1995

8/30/1995

 

Bongiovanni, Joe

A Handbook for WEPIC Involvement at The Dr. John P. Turner Middle School: A Critical Evaluation of Both The Summer Institute and the School Year Teaching.

9/1/1995

History

 

Close, Abby

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Lead Poisoning Study at Shaw Middle School

5/8/1995

 

Golomb, Tal

We Will Be Heard!: Towards an Understanding of Student Involvement in the University of Pennsylvania’s Governance Structure

6/1/1995

 

Greenberg, Rosalind

Training America’s Urban Youth for the 21st Century Workplace

11/1/1995

History

 

Muniz, Melissa

Peers Educating Peers: The Experience of Peer Educators in West Philadelphia

5/8/1995

 

Uncker, Kristine

Cooperative Games Manual for the Turner Summer Institute and Other Student Volunteer Projects

6/1/1995

 

Weissman, Erica

The Nutritional School Store: The Demographics and Motivation of the Consumer

5/8/1995

 

HIST GH 217

Visnauskas,Ruth Anne Michalena

Toward teaching in the 21st Century: Restructuring Approaches To Teacher Education in the University of Pennsylvania-West Philadelphia Community

8/11/1995

General Honors History 217

 

HIST 204-900

Lelong, David

A Practical Guide For The Community Studies House At The Turner Summer Institute
9/1/1995

History 204-900

 

Marciniak, Diane

A Curriculum Guide in Basic Business Education

8/14/1995

History 204-900

 

ENVS 404

Giegengack, Robert

Improving Environmental Education Skills Among Shaw Middle School Faculty and Reducing Exposure to Environmental Lead in the Neighborhood Served by the Middle School .

October 15, 1995

Environ. Studies-404

 

HIST GH 214

Chiappetta, Montanaro and Jeremey A., Gregory

University-Assisted Public Schools: Key to University City’s Future

5/1/1995

History GH 214

 

ANTH 206

Baker, Ria

Designing an Effective Curriculum to Teach Decision Making Skills in an AIDS Prevention Program for Sixth Grade Students at Turner Middle School.

5/10/1995

Anthropology 206

 

Goldinger, Elissa

How Do Responsible Decision-Making Instructions Affect Turner Middle School Sixth Grade Students Basic Knowledge of AIDS

5/8/1995

Anthropology 206

 

Seeg, Johnathan L.

Penn Volunteerism in West Philadelphia: An Observed Analysis of the Personal Development of Volunteer-Student Relationships

5/8/1995

Anthropology 206

 

Steel, Jody

The Child Welfare System

5/10/1995

Anthropology 206

 

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1994

Bongiovanni, Alberto, Rosalind Greenberg, and Joe Simpser

A Handbook for the Turner Summer Institute

6/1/1994

 

Caruso, Christopher

The University, Power, and Race: A Theoretical Exploration of Efforts by the University to Address Racism Through University-Community Partnerships in Service

4/21/1994

Urban University and Community Relationships

 

Chou, Judy

Teaching at Turner Middle School: An HIV/AIDS Educational Experience

12/19/1994

 

Cuba, Stephanie

The West Philadelphia Improvement Corps and the University: Taking on the Urban Challenge

1/1/1994

 

Cuba, Stephanie

The West Philadelphia Improvement Corps and the University: Taking On the Urban Challenge

1/2/1994

Independent Study, History

 

Gormezano, Kammie M.

Towards Restructuring and Reinforcing American Dietary Patterns

5/1/1994

Harkavy

 

Hergert, Jesse F.

What is the Place of Morality in Higher Education? The Moral Heritage of American Universities, The University of Pennsylvania, and a Look Toward the Future

3/1/1994

Urban Studies 77

 

Higgins, Molly

The Future of Immunization Policy

6/1/1994

 

Holloway, Andrew

Integrating Academics and Community Service at the University of Pennsylvania: An Open Letter to President Rodin and Those Interested in Service Learning

8/17/1994

History 217

 

Kent, Robyn

Black America’s Quest for Education: The Desegregation of Public Schools 1954-1994

5/6/1994

 

Liu, Ming Ming

Survey Analysis of AIDS Education Programs in a West Philadelphia Middle School

5/6/1994

 

Lopez, Madeleine

Understanding Language and Culture

6/1/1994

 

Lopez, Madeleine

Understanding Language and Culture

6/1/1994

 

Sharon, Matthew

A Journey into West Philadelphia: Teaching HIV/AIDS Education at the Dr. J.P. Turner Middle School

12/19/1994

 

Silver, Gillian

Infant Mortality in West Philadelphia

8/10/1994


URBS 77

Barone, Robin

Public Education in Philadelphia: a study of the need for reform and reform initiatives

9/1/1994

Urban Studies 77

 

Han, William

Building Community Through RA Training

8/16/1994

Urban Studies

 

HIST 217

 

Hellegers, Adam

The Shaw Community School Mini-Police Station and Law-Related Education

9/20/1994

History 217

 

HIST 200

Melendez, Bead, Jeanette, Valeriani R.

Back Talk: Talking About Real Issues in the Lives of West Philadelphia Youth

5/6/1994

History 200

 

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1993

Allian, Marybeth Uriarte

School Based Health: Towards Linking the Health, Education, and Social Services

8/20/1993

 

Allian, Marybeth Uriarte

A Study of the Caregiving Environment and Feeding Practices of Adolescent and Adult Mothers

12/20/1993

Anthropology 205

 

Johnson, Kevin

The Importance of African-American Women In the Black Family Structure and Its Relevance to Higher Education for Young African American Males

6/28/1993

 

Larson, Matthew D.

Towards an Allied Health Apprenticeship Program in West Philadelphia

4/5/1993

 

Lehrer, Jocelyn

Project Proposal

12/20/1993

 

Naarden, Kim Van

From Student to Doctor: An Initiative Toward Reform in Medical Education; A Case Study: The John P. Turner Middle School Summer Institute

1/25/1993

 

de la Paz, Roel

The Process of Building: The Architect and the Community Working Towards Social Change.

5/5/1993

 

Shea, Margaret

Drawing Upon the Traditions of Community Unity and Community Organizing Techniques to Meet the Challenges of AIDS: An Action Plan for the Turner Middle School

12/7/1993

 

Silver, Gillian

How and to What Extent are Health Care Needs Abolished in West Philadelphia, and What the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center’s Role in West Philadelphia Health Care

4/1/1993

 

Taylor, Ayanna

Black Over White: Urban Black Youth and the Effects of An Interracial Mentoring Relationship: What Role Can White Students Play in Developing Empowering Mentor Relationships with Black Inner-City Youth?

12/31/1993

 

Wiener, David

A Proposal of Ways to Improve Housing in West Philadelphia

5/7/1993

 

Winokur, Deborah

A Study of the Medical Education System: The Premedical Major Designed to Develop Physicians Ready to Meet the Needs of Our Society

5/1/1993

 

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1992

Barron, Dana L.

African-American Life in Post-War Philadelphia: An Annotated Bibliography

3/11/1992

 

Bauer, Elizabeth

Towards the Integration of the Severely Retarded Student in West Philadelphia - Making Them Working, Viable Units of the Community

8/6/1992

 

Beitel, Stephen

To Evangelize the World and PENN: The Christian Association of the University of Pennsylvania, 1879-1930

4/17/1992

 

Brickman, Jessica

Schools and Families As Student Motivators: A Family Resource Center in West Philadelphia

7/20/1992

 

Brickman, Jessica

Peer Counseling: Expanding the Boundaries of Mental Health for Inner City Students

9/10/1992

 

Clearfield, Mitchell S.

Workplace Democracy: Towards a Neo-Deweyan Model for the Participatory Management of Public Schools

4/1/1992

 

Gaeta, Joseph

A Comparative Evaluation of the 1990 and 1991 Summer Institutes

3/24/1992

 

Howell, Jeffrey

From the Roots: Towards a Literate Society: A study of Elementary School Teaching of Reading and a Proposal for Cross-Age Teaching-Mentoring

5/4/1992

 

Lynd, Miggy

An Investigation Into the Epidemic of Lead Poisoning and Development of a Comprehensive Prevention, Screening, and Community Awareness Problem

5/21/1992

 

McFerrin, Melissa

Towards the Development of A Neighborhood Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Center At the John P. Turner Middle School: Lessons Learned From the Neighborhood Health Center and the School-Based Health Clinic

12/1/1992

 

Manning, Damon Delano

The New ‘Talented Tenth:’ A Discussion of the Role African-American Students at the University of Pennsylvania Can Play in the Revitalization of West Philadelphia Through its Youth: WEPIC Summer Institute 1991 as a Case Study

1/14/1992

 

Meitz, Amy

The Building of Self-Esteem in African-American Girls and Art Class: An Example of A Self-Esteem Program

6/1/1992

 

Polen, Lanelle K.

Using Newspapers in Community Schools: From Curriculum Tool to Publication Production and Beyond Turner Middle School as a Case Study

4/15/1992

 

Robinson, Kathryn

Towards a Comprehensive Community School: John P. Turner Middle School and the University of Pennsylvania as a Case Study

6/11/1992

 

Schlossen, Dorothea

The American Underclass: Social Responsibility and Education

5/25/1992

 

Skeith, Kathryn and Paul Robinson

Report on the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Community Partnerships

8/19/1992

 

Sternfelds, Pamela

Exploring the Significance of Sodium to the Black African American Community

4/1/1992

 

Van Naarden, Kim D.

Revitalization of the Urban Neighborhood: Intergenerational Health-Based Programs in Community Schools

5/7/1992

 

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1991

Bekoe, Nicoletta A.

Creating A Totally-Health Based School Curriculum for Adolescents to Promote Healthy Behaviors

12/17/1991

 

Bernstein, Audra D.

Learning By Community Problem Solving: A Strategy for Changing Schools Through The Implementation of a Community Health Focused Experiential Education Curriculum: WEPIC and the John P. Turner Middle School as a Case Study

9/3/1991

 

Cantrill, Christina

Towards Effective Partnership Development Through an Examination of the Role of the University Undergraduate as a Community Volunteer and Liaison, Using the West Philadelphia Improvement Corps Community School and Summer Health Program as Case Studies

10/10/1991

 

Heiman, Rachel

Assessment of the Nutrition Education Needs in the Turner Middle School Community

9/16/1991

 

Kershaw, Jennifer

The Role of University Pre-med Students in the Health Care of the West Philadelphia Community

1/14/1991

 

Leibowitz, David

The Work Shall Not Be Lost: Observations and Suggestions for the University of Pennsylvania in 1991

5/8/1991

 

Levy, Doug

Toward Development of Learned Optimism to Improve Mental Health, Physical Health, and Achievement of Students at John P. Turner Middle School WEPIC Program.

12/17/1991

 

Levy, Michael S.

An Experiential Journey to Promote Education and Health or Which Way to Go [sic]?

12/17/1991

 

Lynd, Miggy

The Silent Plague on America’s Children: Lead Poisoning

12/17/1991

 

Mendel, Seth A.

Planning for Health in West Philadelphia: Towards the Development of a Localized Health Care Services Delivery Network for the Turner Catchment Area; Concepts, Models, and Initiatives

5/10/1991

 

Menken, Kate

Community Schools In Light of the Educational Reforms of the 1980’s: WEPIC and the Turner Middle School; A Case Study

6/1/1991

 

Mobray, Kaplan G.

Self Esteem: The Center of Change and Comprehensive Revitalization

6/1/1991

 

Ornstein, Kara Suzanne

Towards Providing More Coordinated and Efficient Health-Care for School-Aged Children in West Philadelphia: The School Nurse as the Central Person in this Development

1/15/1991

 

Prutkin, Brad A.

A Health Education Program in the Turner Middle School of West Philadelphia Toward the Reduction of At-Risk Behaviors and the Elevation of Self-Esteem for the Adolescent to Improve Their Society

12/1/1991

 

Rao, Pournima B.

Community Health and Public Education: A Proposal to Aid an Entire Community

9/1/1991

 

Shaw, Chris

New Methods for Urban Higher Education: Proposal for a System of Urban Grant Colleges Modeled After the Murrill Land-Grant Schools

4/1/1991

 

Smith, Richard and Mike Reyes

Towards the Cooperative Establishment of a Health Care Facility in West Philadelphia: Moving the Partnership Forward

6/1/1991

 

Toney, Yolanda N.

The West Philadelphia Community: An Extension of Self

4/1/1991

 

Winokur, Deborah

A Study of Health-Based, Deweyan, Experimental Learning Models and Their Applications in the Modern Urban Medical School

12/17/1991

 

Wu, Kenneth T.

Motivations of Learning and Development in West Philadelphia

4/1/1991

 

The Secretary’s Commission on Achieving, Necessary Skills: U.S. Department of Labor

What Work Requires of Schools: A Scans Report for America 2000

6/1/1991

 

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1990

Anderson, Li and Ron Kenyatta

Information Dissemination and Public Service: The WEPIC Summer Institute 1990 as a Case Study

8/13/1990

 

Beeber, Sandra Jill

The Problem of Teenage Pregnancy, Preventative Methods, and the Role that PENN Students Can Play in Preventing Pregnancy at the John P. Turner Middle School

12/1/1990

 

Beeber, Sandra Jill

The Problem of Teenage Pregnancy, Preventative Methods, and the Role That PENN Students Can Play in Preventing Pregnancy at the John P. Turner Middle School

12/1/1990

 

Breen, Tracy

Insuring Healthy Babies: How a School-Based Community Health Care Facility at the John P. Turner Middle School Can Effectively Address the Rising Infant Mortality Rates for African-American Women in West Philadelphia

8/10/1990

 

Brown, Elissa

The Application of Theories of Psychology to the Development of an Effective West Philadelphia Based Program on Drug Use and Abuse

5/4/1990

 

Connett, Jonathan

How Should A Community Based Health Care Clinic Deal With the Problem of Emergency Care?

12/21/1990

 

Chimahosky, Jeffrey

Medicine, Money, and Law: A Triple Alliance in a West Philadelphia Health Center

1/1/1990

 

Cromwell, Naomi

Benjamin Franklin Summer Institute 1990. Community Revitalization and the Young: The Healthy Start Video at the John P. Turner Middle School

1/12/1990

 

Epstein, Clare

Towards Linking Health Care and Day Care in Poor Urban Communities: The Turner Community School Head Start Program as a Model for Effective Community Health Promotion

12/20/1990

 

Feingold, Orrin

Toward an Integrated Curriculum and the Creation of a Comprehensive Community School: The Potential of an Integrated Environment Education Program at the Turner Middle School

4/22/1990

 

Goldfinger, Elissa

How Do Responsible Decision-Making Instructions Affect Turner Middle School Sixth Grade Student’s Basic Knowledge of AIDS?

9/4/1990

 

Green, Jonathan

The Past Meets the Future: A Comparative Analysis of the Community-Centered School Programs Instituted at Benjamin Franklin High School and Turner Middle School

9/4/1990

 

Gaeta, Joseph R.

Towards Effective Community Participation in School Based Community Health Centers

1/31/1990

 

Goldblum, Lawrence J.

Confronting the Urban Crisis: Child Care in the Community School: The Turner Middle School in West Philadelphia as a Case Study

8/16/1990

 

Gormizano, Kammie

Towards Improving Nutrition and Nutrition Education in West Philadelphia

9/1/1990

 

Green, Jonathan C.

The Past Meets the Future: A Comparative Analysis of the Community-Centered School Program Instituted at Benjamin Franklin High School and Turner Middle School

9/4/1990

 

Huntley, Mark

“Improv”

12/17/1990

 

Heiman, Rachel

Towards the Revitalization of Community Museums at Community Schools: A Proposal for the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania, the West Philadelphia Improvement Corps and the West Philadelphia Community

6/22/1990

 

Kraemer, Jacqueline

Linking the University of Pennsylvania and the Community: The Development of the West Philadelphia Improvement Corps (WEPIC)

3/1/1990

 

Kolili, Joe

How to Increase the Number of Primary Health Care Physicians in West. Philadelphia and the Nation as a Whole.

12/1/1990

 

Mandel, Seth A.

Towards the Establishment and Maintenance of a University-Assisted Community Oriented Primary Care Facility at the Turner Middle School: Principles, Problems, and Prospects
8/10/1990

 

Mandel, Jeffrey S.

The Moral and Political Obstacles to Providing Adequate Health Care to the Urban Poor Through Community Schools

4/13/1990

 

Mittal, Monisha

Towards Integrating Effective Voluntarism in Philadelphia Public Schools

5/19/1990

 

Qa’im-Meqami, Hood

Four Essays in Light of the Disintegration of Community

9/1/1990

 

Richards, Chris

Is the Decision to Allocate One Million Dollars to the Security Budget of the University of Pennsylvania Based on Solid Theoretical Thinking?

5/4/1990

 

Shlinsky, Aviva

Policies by the U.S. Government and the University of Pennsylvania to Reduce Crime and Increase Physical Security: A Critical Care Study in Institutional Problem Solving and Decision Making

5/4/1990

 

Smith, Kelly

The University of Pennsylvania’s Health Programs: Is it Good for What is Ailing Philadelphia? An Analysis of Possible Solutions to the Lack of Efficiency and Availability of Health Care Within the Minority Community of Philadelphia

12/10/1990

 

Starr, Joshua

A Look at the Unprecedented Boston University-Chelsea School District Agreement After the First Year - An Attempt at School Reform Failing Under Financial Hardship and Confrontation

5/4/1990

 

Weinreich, Andrew

Formula for a Successful Protest: Spice Rack and Summit at the University of Pennsylvania

4/9/1990

 

Whitney, Katherine

Folklore in the Schools as a Strategy to Solve Urban Problems: Theoretical Issues and Practical Suggestions

4/1/1990


HIST 200H

Anderson, LiRon Kenyatta,Tremble, Angelique Cherrisse

Information Dissemination and Public Service: The WEPIC Summer Institute 1990 As A Case Study

8/13/1990

History 200H

 

Pletcher, Jonathan

Toward the Establishment of a University Assisted Community Health Center at the Turner Middle School: The University in the Community

1/20/1990

History 200H

 

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1989

Brown, Richard

The Relationship Between Ends and Means as Seen Through Improving Public Education: The Turner Middle School as a Case Study

9/10/1989

 

Donohue, John

“ Legal Aid to the Poor: Lessons Learned from Past Legal Services t

9/1/1989

 

Dressner, Juliane

Towards A Multicultural, Social Studies Curriculum for the Urban Community School: An Exploration in Experiential Education, A Cultural Studies Workshop in Pottery as a Case Study At the Turner Middle School

4/1/1989

 

Gittelman, Dena

Environmental Citizen Action in India - A Study of an Alternative Paradigm and its Applicability to West Philadelphia

5/12/1989

 

Hidalgo, Eloisa

Choosing to Learn: The West Philadelphia Youth Employment Training Project

5/1/1989

 

Kraemer, Jacqueline

How PENN Can Increase the Quality and Quantity of Voluntarism to Help Improve the Quality of Life in West Philadelphia

9/1/1989

 

Lebel, Elizabeth

Childhood Health and Brotherly Love; Community Organization in West Philadelphia

4/25/1989

 

Levine, Adam

The Citizen Service Spectrum: The West Philadelphia Community Working with Groups from Across the City and Across the Commonwealth

7/5/1989

 

Peters, Elliot

A Community School Based Clinic - A Vehicle Toward Social and Economic Reform

2/10/1989

 

Schneider, Cara

Writing the Wrongs of a Troubled Community: The Newsletter as a Tool for Community Improvement at Turner Middle School in West Philadelphia

5/12/1989

 

Simmonds, Theresa E.

The Interdependence of the Individual and the Community and the Importance of Self-Esteem in Community Empowerment: Intergenerational Service Programs at the John P. Turner Middle School and West Philadelphia High School as a Case Study

6/1/1989

 

Woolf, Jennifer

Breaking the Cycle of Illiteracy in West Philadelphia: A Proposal For a Parent/Child Learning Program at Turner Middle School

5/14/1989

 

Yang, Justin

Towards the Unification and Revitalization of Distressed Urban Areas, Using Music in the Community School Concept: John P. Turner Middle School as a Case Study

10/1/1989


HIST 401

Kaplan, Lawrence

The Origins and History of Philadelphia Community Schools

4/22/1989

History 401-Senior Honors

 

HIST SM 200J

Qa’im-Maqami, Hood

Toward a Comprehensive Strategy for Reducing Crime in Distressed Urban Areas: A Proposal for School-Based Community Policing Initiatives in West Philadelphia

9/1/1989

History SM 200J

 

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1988

Aldrich, Richard J.

College Students as a Resource in Improving the Academic Performance of High School Students: Positive Images as a Case Study

5/20/1988

 

Brown, Reuben

Positive Images Mentor Program

2/1/1988

 

Bright, Julie M.

A Community Approach to Literacy Programs: Involving Adults in the School-Learning Process of Urban Revitalization

5/13/1988

 

Campbell, Colin P.

Establishing a Community School: A Proposal for a School Based, University Supported, Youth Community Theater Troupe in West Philadelphia

9/1/1988

 

Davis, Sally M.

The Role of the Arts in Creation of a Comprehensive Community School: The John P. Turner Middle School as a Case Study

12/22/1988

 

Findish, Christine

Improvement in the Health Education Program: Turner Middle School as a Case Study

10/31/1988

 

Flaxman, Ph.D; Asher, Ph.D; Harrington, Ph.D,Erwin, Carol, Charles

“Mentoring Programs and Practices: An Analysis of the Literature” from-Institute for Urban and Minority Education Teachers College, Columbia University NY, NY 10027

9/1/1988

 

Gonchar, Ilizabeth

Toward the Creation of a Community School: An Exploration of an Extra School Program Based on Physical Fitness and Recreation, with Proposals for the John P. Turner Middle School

2/22/1988

 

Klahr, Robert D.

Interorganizational Coordination and the Implementation of a Community-Based Volunteer Network: The Turner School and the West Philadelphia Community as a Case Study

9/1/1988

 

Le Bel, Elizabeth Alison

Childhood, Health, and Brotherly Love

5/13/1988

 

Lewis, Danielle

Can a Predominately White tutorial Organization Tutor Effectively In Predominately Black Elementary and High Schools?

Spring 1988

History 200

 

Lipton, Jeff

Recycling as a Component of WEPIC’s Community School Concept and Partial Solution to Philadelphia’s Solid Waste Crisis

4/24/1988

 

Menell, Susan

A Community, School Based Newspaper

12/6/1988

 

Nemes, Robert J.

Dropout Prevention in the School Community: Issues and Ideas

2/26/1988

 

Piver, Kenneth S.

3/29/1988

GH 99

 

Piver, Kenneth S.

“ The

3/29/1988

 

Simmonds, Theresa E.

A Policy Research Approach to Community Education: Expanding the Role of the University of Pennsylvania in West Philadelphia

4/1/1988

 

Sisenwine, Joel Lee

A Basis for the Development of an Organizational Structure for the West Philadelphia Improvement Corps: Towards an Innovative and Integrative Organization Through the Use of Participation Management

5/13/1988

 

Sisenwine, Joel Lee

A Structure for the West Philadelphia Improvement Corps: Towards Community Education at the Turner Middle School Through The Use of Participation Management

10/1/1988

 

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1987

Fried, Richard B.

A Comprehensive Approach Towards Housing Rehabilitation: A Financial and Structural Effort

12/21/1987

 

Glazer, Stephen

Toward a Community Health Education Program in West Philadelphia: Utilizing the Resources of the Community

4/20/1987

 

Kaplan, Lawrence

Community School Resource Guide

12/22/1987

 

Lang, Eric, Ronald Miller, David Saman

The Student Initiative: An Examination of Undergraduate Interaction With a University and Its Community

5/8/1987

 

McCarthy, Laurel

A Study of Youth Employment Policy: With Recommendations for the Integration of School Resources

5/8/1987

 

Piver, Kenneth S.

Towards a Proposal for a Comprehensive School Based Health Clinic for West Philadelphia High School and the Surrounding Community: Addressing Health and Health Related Problems and Providing a Vehicle for Community Revitalization

5/28/1987

 

Richman, Jeff

Towards the Revitalization of At Risk Urban Schools Through the Development of Community Based Education: An Analysis of Past Community School Efforts With Recommendation for the Strategic Expansion of the Bryant School Project

4/30/1987

 

Rothstein, Scott H.

Toward the Development of the WEPIC Program at the Lea School: Tailoring a Successful Program to a Multicultural Environment

5/7/1987

 

Simmonds, Theresa

Uniting Communities and Advancing the Development of Community Schools: The Role of Intergenerational Programs in West Philadelphia

12/22/1987

 

GH 99

Weinberg,Allen

Psychology and Community: Perspectives, Possibilities and Proposals

Fall 1986-Spring 1987

GH 99

 

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1986

Elias, Gregg

The Eight Private Sector Initiative Awarded Programs Concerning Youth Unemployment and How They Might Best Be Applied to Philadelphia

5/6/1986

 

Wagner, Nancy D.

Towards the Better Coordination of Funding for Services for the At-Risk Community: A Study of Resource Coordination in the City of Philadelphia: A Survey of Other Programs Across the Nation with Recommendations

10/16/1986

 

Walker, Donna

Educational Strategies for Urban Public Schools: Housing Rehabilitation as a Catalyst for School/Community Involvement

5/15/1986

 

HIST GH 99

Weinberg, Allen

Psychology and Community: Perspectives, Possibilities and Proposals

Fall 1986-Spring 1987

GH 99

 

HIST GH 19

Doyle, Eileen

Potentially Energetic Youth In the High School: West Philadelphia High School As a Case Study

12/22/1986

GH 19

 

HIST GH 19C

Elias, Gregg

Youth Employment: A Proposal for Federal Legislation

1/7/1986

Hist 19C

 

Greenfeld, Peggy

Towards the Development of the Bryant School into a Genuine Community School: Focus on Health Improvement

12/1/1986

GH History 19C

 

Kaplan, Lawrence

Toward Improved Administration and Coordination of Public and Private Employment and Education Funds for the At-Risk Youth: A Comparative Study with a Model for Philadelphia

12/19/1986

GH History 19C

 

Rothstein, Scott

Combating the Psychology of Learned Helplessness: Community Pride Through Community Action

12/19/1986

History GH 19C

 

Schuman, Suzanne

Toward the Development of West Philadelphia Improvement Corps’ School Program

2/4/1986

GH History 19-C

 

Tinklepaugh, Naomi

A Strategic Approach to the Implementation of A Coalition of Churches in West Philadelphia.

1/10/1986

History 19C

 

HIST GH 19B

Tinklepaugh, Naomi

Strategies For Integrating The Neighborhood Improvement Programs of West Philadelphia’s Churches and Schools

7/15/1986

History 19B

 

HIST GH 16

Hidlago, Ellie

Toward a Comprehensive School-Based Job Training Program for At Risk Youth: West Philadelphia as a Case Study

5/16/1986

General Honors History 16

 

Karp, Harlan

A History of Community Schools 1900-1970

5/8/1986

History 16 GH

 

Richman, Jeff

The Development of Community Schools

5/23/1986

History GH16

 

Shurberg, David

A Conceptualization of the Need for a Viable Housing Rehabilitation Program as a Catalyst for Community Revitalization in West Philadelphia

5/12/1986

History GH 16

 

HIST 200H

Kraemer, Jacqueline

Neighborhood Improvement as Education for Employment: Some Strategies and Proposals for West Philadelphia

9/1/1986

History 200H

 

Summer Internship

Wagner, Nancy

Toward the Better Coordination of Funding for Services for the At-Risk Youth in the At-Risk Community: A Study of Resource Coordination in the City of Philadelphia

A Survey of Other Programs Across the Nation with Recommendations

10/16/1986

Summer Internship

 

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1985

Mattisinko, Susan

A Survey and Evaluation of Youth Employment Training Programs in Philadelphia

7/1/1985

University-Community Relations

 

Weinberg, Allen

Housing in West Philadelphia: A Brief Analysis and Some Realistic Proposals For an Integrated Approach

12/20/1985


HIST 200H

Fernandez, Nadine

Improving Education Through Partnerships: West Philadelphia, a Case Study

7/1/1985

History 200H

 

Lensky, Roberta

Church Programs and Community Service: West Philadelphia as a Case Study

6/20/1985

History 200H

 

Weinstock, Eric David

A Proposal for an Integrating Organization in the University City Area

Consideration, Structure, and Proposals

6/28/1985

History 200

 

Zangwill, Len

Opportunities for Advancing Technology into West Philadelphia

8/23/1985

History 200

 

Summer: Public Policy Internship

Finn, Cindy

Towards Promoting the Arts in West Philadelphia

6/1/1985

Public Policy Internship

 

Harrison, Abby

How Can Federal Policy Toward Youth Unemployment Work?: An Examination of the Issue With Proposals

8/9/1985

Summer

 

HIST 19C

Finn, Cindy

Community Arts: West Philadelphia as a case study

9/1/1985

HIST 19C

 

Kraemer, Jacqueline

Towards A School-Based Integration Of Community Resources to Comprehensively Address Unemployment Of At-Risk Youth: Proposals for West Philadelphia

12/20/1985

History GH 19C

 

Zemsky,Peter B.

Towards a Program of Neighborhood Activization

The West Philadelphia Improvement Corps as a building block

1/7/1985

History GH19c

 

HIST GH 16

Fraga, Mark; Hartzell, Andrew; Merrill, Allan

The West Philadelphia Improvement Corps: A Youth Service Corps Response to Youth Unemployment and Urban Decline

5/10/1985

HIST 16

 

Gideon, Carolyn

Towards Indicators of Neighborhood Economic Development : West Philadelphia as a Case Study

5/1/1985

GH History 16

 

Goldstein, Daniel

Creating Cooperation: The State Approach to Youth Employment and Training

5/23/1985

GH016

 

Mattisinko, Susan

Towards Revitalizing Urban Communities: Youth Employment Training Programs in Philadelphia

5/31/1985

History GH 16

 

Weinstock, Eric

Power and the Community: A Study of the Personal and Institutional Power Base in West Philadelphia

6/10/1985

GH016

 

Zangwill, Len

An Introduction to the Relationships of the University of Pennsylvania to the University City Neighborhood.

5/14/1985

GH History 16

 

Senior Seminar

Paley, Julia

Solving the Unemployment Problem of At-Risk Youth: Toward a Comprehensive Strategy For West Philadelphia

8/23/1985

Seminar: Revitalizing West Philadelphia

 

Partow, Zeinab

Southeast Asians in Philadelphia: the Process of Creating a Community

5/1/1985

Senior Seminar

 

Vetri, Risa

Towards an Effective Literacy Program in an Urban Community: A Needs and Resources Analysis of West Philadelphia.

8/12/1985

Urban Universities Seminar

 

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1984

DiStefano, Joe

Towards Revitalizing Urban Communities: A Survey and Evaluation of Education and Job Training Programs in West Philadelphia with Proposals for the Future.

12/1/1984


Moskowitz, Eva

Student Political Participation: an analysis of and strategies for the University

8/10/1984

 

Whitman and Paley,

Suggestions for Improving the OCOPS program

9/24/1984

OCOPS


HIST 200

Flax, Ellen

Strengthening The University of Pennsylvania’s Ties With West Philadelphia Public Schools

6/1/1984

History 200I

 

Whitman, Gordon

The Greater Philadelphia Region

Capturing Opportunities Through Cooperation

8/10/1984

History 200

 

HIST GH 19B

Whitman, Gordan

Volunteerism and the American City: A Strategy for Developing and Effective City Volunteer Corps

5/1/1984

General Honors HIST 19B

 

HIST 999

Hempstead, Katherine

Illiteracy, Citizenship and the Quality of Life: A Case Study of the Center for Literacy with Recommendations for Improving Retention

8/24/1984

Hist. 999

 

Summer: Political Participation

Moskowitz, Eva

Student Political Participation Analysis of and Strategies for the University of Pennsylvania

8/10/1984

Summer project ‘84

 

Wharton Management Center

Burns, Thomas

Economic and Small Business Development in West Philadelphia

4/1/1984

Wharton Mgmt Center

 

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1983

Westwater, Lynn Lora

Raising Awareness Through Journalism: The Role of The Daily Pennsylvanian on Campus and in the Community

8/7/1983

 

HIST GH 19B

Duchnowski, Maria

Constituence Service and American Politics: An Analysis of and Strategies for the Seventh Congressional District

9/7/1983

General Honors History

 

Whitman, Gordan T.

Computers and Education

A study of Educational Policy Issues, Development, and Implementation in the Philadelphia School System and Beyond.

12/20/1983

General Honors HIST 19B

 

Summer Political Participation

Hathaway, Sara

The Quaker College Student Political Participation Program

10/10/1983

Student Political Participation Program

 

Moskowitz, Eva

Clarification or Confusion?: A Descriptive, Interpretive and Explanatory Analysis of Voting

7/1/1983

Political Participation Project

 

Siegel, Steven S.

The Student Political System: What Happened, Why, What Could Happen. An Analysis of Student Organizations at the University of Pennsylvania

9/9/1983

Summer Political Participation Project

 

HIST 200

Scheiner, Alan H.

The Role Of The Student Media In Student Political Participation

9/18/1983

History 200

 

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1982

Sutton, Barbara

A Report Prepared For The Citizen’s Committee On Public Education In Philadelphia

4/1/1982

 

Hist 200A

Heller, Scott

Student Press, Student Activism: A Study Of The Daily Pennsylvanian

5/9/1982

History 200A

 

HIST GH 19B

Horowitz, Richard M.

Blacks, Politics, and Philadelphia: An Historical Analysis And Recommendations For The Future

5/10/1982

History GH 19B

 

Piccone, Theodore J.

An Analytical History of Delaware County Politics And An Account Of The Political Success Of U.S. Representative Robert W. Edgar.

5/26/1982

History GH 19B

 

Summer Project

Dormont, Gould, Horowitz, Hughes, Katz, Piccone, Siegel,,David, Bruce, Richard M., Robert, Deborah, Theo, Steven

Report Of The Student Political Participation Summer Project

10/29/1982

Summer Project/Harkavy

 

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