Vice President Maureen Rush Retiring
Maureen S. Rush, M.S., CPP will be retiring from the Division of Public Safety at the end of December.
Penn Today featured a profile of VP Rush highlighting her many accomplishments during her 27 years at Penn.
After nearly three decades at Penn, Maureen Rush set to retire
The passionate public safety leader has made a big impact on campus and in Philadelphia.
It was 1994 when Maureen Rush took a big career leap, leaving the Philadelphia Police Department—where she worked for 18 years and was on track to become a captain—to join the University of Pennsylvania, where she would serve as director of what was then called Victim Support and Special Services in the Division of Public Safety. By 1996 she was named chief of Penn Police, and in 2001, after a national search, she was appointed vice president for Public Safety.
Twenty-one years later, on a much safer college campus, and with too many stories to count, Rush is set to retire from Penn at the end of December…READ MORE