Interim President J. Larry Jameson's Prepared Remarks for the March 1, 2024 Stated Meeting of Penn’s Board of Trustees

Mar. 01, 2024
Our Remarkable University is Strong.

Statement on political cartoons from J. Larry Jameson, Interim President, University of Pennsylvania

Feb. 04, 2024
There are times when leaders should weigh in on the values and principles that guide and define an institution. Recent political cartoons make this one of them.

New Year Message: Hearing, Healing, Honoring One Another

January 17, 2024
Welcome to a new semester and a new year at Penn!  As I begin my role as Interim President, people within our University and beyond are sharing with me their deep affection for Penn. They believe in Penn’s extraordinary work and our boundless potential.  I believe in Penn, too. Over the years, I have witnessed what we can do to make the world a better place.

Statement on the passing of Claire M. Fagin

January 16, 2024
It is with great sadness that I inform you of the death of Dr. Claire M. Fagin, former interim president of the University of Pennsylvania and former dean of the School of Nursing.



A Message from Interim President J. Larry Jameson

December 12, 2023
I am honored that the Board of Trustees has asked me to serve as Penn’s Interim President. I accept this responsibility clear-eyed about the challenges facing our University. Like you, I love Penn. I have dedicated many years of my life to this amazing institution. I have been honored to serve as Executive Vice President of our health system and dean of the Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine for more than 12 years.

A Message on Penn Medicine’s Ongoing Response to Antisemitism and Other Forms of Hate

December 07, 2023
Dear Penn Medicine Community, The events of the last several months have been among the most difficult in recent memory. Across our community, people are grappling with intense, heightened emotions as we witness painful words and activities that threaten, harass, and intimidate individuals among our colleagues, patients, families, and friends. Like you, we are alarmed and devastated each time we hear about an incident of antisemitism, Islamophobia, or hate in any form. The fear and traumatic effects are acute but can also be long-lasting.