Making it Possible

The Ronald O. Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics project was launched with a leadership gift from alumnus and parent Ronald O. Perelman.

Naming opportunities range from $25,000 to $5 million.

For more information, contact Laura Weber, Assistant Vice Dean, Penn Arts & Sciences Office of Advancement.

Naming opportunities are available for undergraduate spaces, research suites, and faculty and graduate student spaces.

Undergraduate Spaces

The new Center will provide state-of- the-art space for teaching and learning, allowing students to pursue original research, draw on sophisticated computing resources, and develop strong mentoring relationships with faculty. A dedicated “undergraduate central” area will provide a place for independent and group study, advising, and meetings and events for more than a dozen student groups in political science and economics.

Naming Opportunities
  • Undergraduate Office Suite: $2 million
  • PORES: $2 million
  • Classrooms: $200,000 to $250,000
Research Suites

The Perelman Center will become a new home for Penn’s acclaimed research centers and programs focused on economic research, contemporary India and China, national and international politics, and public policy.

Naming Opportunities
  • The Center for the Advanced Study of India: $2 million
  • The Center for the Study of Contemporary China: $2 million
  • The Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics: $1 million
  • The Penn Institute for Economic Research: $150,000
Faculty and Graduate Student Spaces

State-of-the-art space for Penn’s eminent faculty and talented graduate students in political science and economics will facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration, teaching, and scholarship.

Naming Opportunities
  • Faculty Lounge: $1 million
  • Graduate Student Suites: $100,000
  • Faculty Offices: $25,000