Penn Speaks 2019

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Monday, April 29, 2019 - 5:30pm
Event Information: 

Each semester, students in the Fels Public Communications public speaking and speech writing classes work tirelessly toward their final presentations - a speech to inspire their audience. They never disappoint, and each year for one night only, we bring their excellent work out of the classroom and onto the stage!

Join us on April 29, 2019, when these skilled presenters from across the university will speak their truth on topics that will make you laugh, cry, and swell with pride. It is not to be missed - and there will be food and drinks too!

Presented by GAFL502 Instructors Sarah Besnoff and Carl Maugeri, and hosted by the Fels Institute of Government.

This year's featured speakers will be:

Ami Patel
Fels MPA '19
"The Impact of Education & Service"

Helen Robb
Fels MPA '19
"The Value of Advice"

Matthew Forrest
Fels MPA '19
"Rediscovering Imagination"

Aurora Coon
Fels Executive MPA '19
"Why I'm Obsessed with Vermont, or The Power of Place"

Mollie Williamson
Fels MPA '19
"In My Bones and Branches: Some thoughts on grief, humor, and the power of reaching in"

Christopher Bristow
Fels Executive MPA'19
"The World is Getting Better"

 

Please RSVP below to attend this special annual event!

 

Venue:

Stiteler Hall, Room B6
Event Contact: 

Fels Institute of Government

The Fels Institute of Government
3814 Walnut St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19104

(215) 898-7326
felsinstitute@sas.upenn.edu