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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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A gift to the SP2 Annual Fund gives us the flexibility to provide financial aid to our students, attract and retain the world’s best faculty, and invest in important campus and technology improvements that are vital to ensuring our students’ success.
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.
SP2 announces Amber Hikes, MSW’08, as 2023 commencement speaker
Penn’s School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) announced today that SP2 graduate Amber Hikes, MSW’08, (they/she), current Deputy Executive Director for Strategy & Culture for the ACLU, will deliver the School’s 2023 Commencement speech on May 13. Learn more from today’s message from SP2 Dean Sara “Sally” S. Bachman, PhD.
Penn’s Inspiring Impact highlights SP2 Social Justice Scholar and a unique gift
A new article on Penn’s Inspiring Impact website highlights SP2 Master of Social Work student Mayowa Fageyinbo and a unique gift that is making an impact on SP2’s signature Social Justice Scholars Program.
SP2 Social Justice Scholar Skye Horbrook works to effect change through data
From majoring in computer science at a historically Black university, to volunteering on the front lines of disaster relief and digital equity efforts, Skye Horbrook has built a path focused on using technology and data to create social change.
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