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Ira Harkavy is associate vice president
and director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Netter Center for Community
.edu. Matthew Hartley is associate
professor and chair of higher education
at the University of Pennsylvania’s
Graduate School of Education; hartley@
gse.upenn.edu. Joann Weeks (weeks@
pobox.upenn.edu) and Cory Bowman
( email@example.com) are associate directors at the Netter Center.
To see a video about the
University of Pennsylvania’s
partnership with Sayre High
School and the Dr. Bennett
L. Johnson Jr. Sayre Health
Center, go to www.upenn