After eight years as vice president, Joe Biden has a new gig.
It was announced this week that Biden will heading to the University of Pennsylvania for his new role as the Benjamin Franklin Presidential Practice professor, where he will be leading the brand new Penn-Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.
The University of Pennsylvania released a statement, saying, “Joe Biden is one of the great statesmen of our times. In his distinguished career of service to our nation, he has demonstrated a unique capacity to bring people together across divides and to craft constructive responses to some of the toughest and most important policy challenges of our day.”
His role will focus on foreign policy, national security and diplomacy.
From fighting cancer to changing the culture on domestic violence — we’re just getting started. Join us: https://t.co/QHaFokMnrZ
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) February 1, 2017
The Penn-Biden Center is located in Washington D.C, but Biden will also have an office on the University of Pennsylvania campus.