Susan Bryson, Chair of Wiggin & Dana's Real Estate, Environmental and Land Use Department, named to Advisory Board of new fellowship program at the University of Pennsylvania

May 29, 2003
The University of Pennsylvania recently announced the establishment of a new fellowship program, the Center for Urban Redevelopment Excellence at Penn (CURExPenn). The unique program is the result of a partnership among the Graduate School of Fine Arts, the Wharton School of Business and the urban redevelopment industry. 
 
Susan Bryson, Chair of Wiggin & Dana's Real Estate, Environmental and Land Use Department, was named to the program's founding Advisory Board last fall. Funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, CURExPenn offers a two-year fellowship combining knowledge and skill development from national experts in the field with on-the-job experience top urban redevelopment organizations nationwide.  The program's goal is to support the development of the "next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs who will transform neighborhoods and cities" throughout the country.