The Population Aging and Health in Middle and Low Income Countries Workshop will take place at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perry World House on Friday, September 7, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM and Saturday, September 8, 2018 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.
Map & Directions:
Perry World House
University of Pennsylvania
3803 Locust Walk (Between 38th & 39th Sts.)
Philadelphia PA, 19104
Here is a Printable Map with Local Hotels and the Perry World House highlighted.
About the Perry World House at the University of Pennsylvania:
Perry World House is a global policy research center that aims to advance interdisciplinary, policy-relevant research on the world’s most urgent global affairs challenges. At a time of increasing ideological division and the politicization of policymaking, PWH will draw on the wide range of expertise found across Penn’s 12 Schools, connecting Penn with policymakers, practitioners, and researchers from around the world to develop and advance innovative policy proposals. Housed at the new, state-of-the-art building at the center of Penn’s campus, PWH is uniquely positioned to convene world leaders, cutting-edge practitioners, and top intellectuals engaged on these vital topics. Our high-level workshops, conferences, engagements, and publications link Penn to the global policy community so that the best ideas have impact now when they are needed most.
Perry World House especially prioritizes events that align with its inaugural research themes: Global Shifts: Urbanization, Migration, & Demography and The Future of Global Order: Power, Technology, & Governance. From the unprecedented scale of human displacement to questions surrounding the sustainability of urbanization and the consequences of demographic change, the Global Shifts theme examines three interconnected phenomena that individually and collectively shift the world’s population and transform the way we live. The Global Order theme examines the future of the global order in a world of rising nationalism and the role of emerging technologies in shaping international politics, as well as more traditional challenges such as nuclear proliferation and great power relations.
About the University of Pennsylvania:
Philadelphia, America’s fifth-largest city – and one of its most culturally and historically significant – is The University of Pennsylvania’s hometown. Penn’s urban campus is set in a tight-knit, beautiful, 279 acre green campus in University City that facilitates both intellectual and social connections. Walkable, bicycle friendly, bustling, and unpretentious, we invite you to spend time on Penn’s historic and vibrant campus. Academic life at Penn is unparalleled, with 100 countries and every U.S. state represented in one of the Ivy League’s most diverse student bodies. Consistently ranked among the top 10 universities in the country, Penn enrolls 10,000 undergraduate students and welcomes an additional 10,000 students to our 12 world-renowned graduate and professional schools. Visit Penn.
Additional Travel Information:
Transportation and Parking
Helpful resources for traveling to, from and around campus, as well as an interactive parking map and comprehensive list of parking locations.
- Here is an interactive map for Penn Parking options on campus
- The parking lots closest to Perry World House are: Walnut Street and 38th Street, Sansom Street and 38th Street, and Walnut Street and 40th Street
Walking, biking, and driving maps for the University’s schools, hospitals and medical centers. The maps are searchable by public art, athletics, construction areas, and more.
A list of campus, Center City, and airport hotels that offer special rates for individuals or groups visiting Penn. Some also offer meeting and conference services.