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 and 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