Joe Biden As University of Pennsylvania Teacher, What To Expect From Ex-VP Before 2020By Amanda Foster, UniversityHerald Reporter
Former vice president Joe Biden is not entirely done with politics and government policies. After exiting and taking his leave from the White House, he is now taking on one of the most important jobs in America. He is going to be a teacher in the University of Pennsylvania.
University of Pennsylvania students may now call him Professor Joe Biden. Just eighteen days after his role as the former vice president of the United States of America, he is going into the Ivy League institution to teach international diplomacy.
He is set to lead the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement. This new center's goal is primarily focused on diplomacy, national security and foreign policy. Topics that Biden is versed on because of his previous roles in the government and politics, as reported by Fox News. Although the center is located in Washington, Biden will have his own personal office inside the Philadelphia Penn campus.
Aside from teaching international diplomacy, he will also hold joint appointments in the Annenberg School for Communication and the School of Arts and Sciences, and an affiliation with the Wharton School. University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann is excited to have Biden on board because of his capacity to bring people together and tackling policy challenges.
He is also going to serve as a founding chair of Delaware's Biden Institute. The institute focuses on developing policy solutions when it comes to economic and environmental issues, including women's rights, criminal justice and more, as reported by Politico.
When he steps into the University of Pennsylvania, the first thing that Joe Biden going to do is to promote and protect the post World War II order that keeps America strong and safe. This is the next big thing for him right now but he confesses that he may run for president again in 2020.
The NBC news clip below gets the scoop on Joe Biden running for president in 2020: