Global Studies at Pennington
I want all of our students to believe that their Pennington education prepares them to give back to the world rather than give them a leg up to get ahead in the world.” —Dr. William S. Hawkey, Headmaster
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David Marlow P’20 decided to retire from his job in the corporate world and pursue one of his true passions: improving the lives of underserved and poverty-stricken communities in Africa. Marlow is chief of operations for the Mastercard Foundation, the third-largest foundation in the world. The Foundation works with thirty-four African countries to alleviate poverty and inspire young entrepreneurs to create a business that will drive the economy and enhance life in the community.
The Pennington community was invited to a special Global Studies Speaker Series panel discussion on the 1989 protests on Friday April 5, in the Wesley Forum
On Friday, March 29, alumnae Anita Dam '11 and Alison Cuccia '07 spoke to a group of Applied Science and Global Studies students on "Health for All: Using Science to Promote Well-Being at Home and Worldwide."