Penn Walks 2 Wellness: Native Heritage Month

Penn Walks 2 Wellness are led by staff, faculty, and students across campus, who will start each walk by briefly talking about a topic of their choice.

November 09, 2022 - 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm @ Starting location: Benjamin Franklin statue in front of College Hall
Penn Students, Faculty, and Staff
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Penn Walks 2 Wellness are led by staff, faculty, and students across campus, who will start each walk by briefly talking about a topic of their choice. Held regularly throughout the academic year, these walks are a great opportunity to get outside, learn something, and network with other members of the Penn community! 

During this walk, Toyce Holmes from the Greenfield Intercultural Center and student leaders from Natives At Penn will discuss Native Heritage Month. The start location is the Benjamin Franklin statue in front of College Hall. 

About the Series

Penn Walks 2 Wellness is a university-wide wellness initiative led by the Penn Libraries and the Penn Center for Public Health Initiatives, with support from the Office of the Provost, the Division of Wellness at Penn, and the SNF Paideia Program. Find a full schedule and more information on the CPHI website.