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This capital campaign will raise funds to support scholarships, research, and local and global outreach. It is part of a University-wide campaign involving all of Penn’s schools and centers.
This new care center will be a one-of-a-kind enterprise dedicated to improving the oral health, and in turn, the quality of life for people with all forms of disability.
Thanks to the generosity of the late Dr. Robert Schattner, a Class of 1948 alumnus, the School’s Main Clinic has undergone a complete renovation, becoming the Robert I. Schattner Clinic, and the Schattner Pavilion (a two-story addition to the Robert Schattner Center) was constructed.
The Penn Dental Medicine Annual Giving Fund provides essential support for the School’s highest priorities, funds critical to the School’s success in adapting its programs to stay at the forefront of dental medicine.
Show your pride by naming a seat in the enhanced William W.M. Cheung Auditorium (formally).
Open the door to a Penn Dental Medicine education. Through our Alumni Scholars program, named scholarships can be directed to a DMD student through the four years of their education; or to a postdoctoral resident.
Planned giving enables donors to make major gifts to Penn Dental Medicine in ways that complement your personal financial planning.