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Financial support enables the School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) to offer a unique, world-class education that brings together rigorous academics, meaningful field experiences, and a deep commitment to exploring and addressing axes of inequality. With your gift, we can provide our students and faculty with all the resources and support they need to learn, teach, practice – and dedicate their careers to fighting for change and positive impact.
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Thanks to donor support, thousands of our students, alumni, and faculty working alongside vulnerable populations to design solutions to complex social problems. Here are stories from just some of the SP2 changemakers who are fighting to create a more just and equitable world.
Ways to Give
Whether supporting Black, Indigenous, or (BIPOC) students through our Social Justice Scholars Program or driving innovation at one of our many research centers, SP2 students, alumni, and faculty are working alongside vulnerable populations to design solutions to complex social problems.
First graduate of SP2’s Social Justice Scholars Program lands role on Capitol Hill
“What’s important to me is being in a space where I can help people and I’m constantly in a state of giving back,” says Gianni Morsell, NPL’22. The first graduate […]
Faculty & Research
Study: Climate change’s cost includes losses of learning and earnings due to natural disasters
In the wake of natural disasters, survivors’ losses of education and lifetime earnings may be comparable to the cost of property damage, according to a new study in Nature Human Behaviour by Dr. R. Jisung Park, an assistant professor at Penn’s School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) and coauthors.
Faculty & Research
Program improving public health response to intimate partner violence receives second year of funding
Penn’s School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) is excited to announce a second year of its Survivor Link + Public Health AmeriCorps program, in partnership with the Office of Gender-Based Violence […]
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