Penn Arts & Sciences Magazine: Eight Years in the Life of a School
Join us as we take a look back at Dean Rebecca Bushnell's many contributions to SAS.
Under Bushnell's leadership, the School stabilized faculty size, built on interdisciplinary strengths, redefined the liberal arts curriculum and supported educational innovation.
With Bushnell at the helm, the School weathered one of the worst financal recessions since the Great Depression, and recently announced its record-breaking $529 million Making History campaign result.
The revitalization of the physical campus has also been key during Bushnell's deanship. This includes award-winning renovations to the Music Building, as well as exciting future projects like the Neural and Behavioral Sciences Building.
Click here to take an in-depth look at Bushnell's accomplishments as Dean in our spring Penn Arts & Sciences Magazine cover story.