The study compared 36 students who took six 90-hour art observation courses at the art museum with other students who did not take any of the courses.
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Since receiving the 2017 President's Engagement Prize, Henderson and McCurry have been applying their knowledge of health care case management as they work with with the nonprofit Bethesda Project.
The group has formed a Financial Literacy club to teach high school students about subjects that range from credit scores and managing budgets to student loans and taxes.
Penn Effective Altruism said they decided to host the biomedical gerontologist because his research "is not just the stuff of science fiction."
At annual summit, students and faculty discuss the merits of Academically Based Community Service courses
Academically Based Community Service courses allow students and faculty to partner with West Philadelphia schools and community organizations. During the 2016-17 academic year, 70 ABCS courses were offered across eight schools and 31 departments, by 63 faculty and staff members.
“If we think about our lives without music or movies or art or literature in any way, what kind of a hit will our well-being take? We don’t have way yet to quantify that," religious studies professor James Pawelski said.
The locks aim to prevent gun theft and encourage less impulsive weapon use
Conservative National Review executive editor says he wants poor immigrants to be able to 'enter the elite of our society'
Penn Political Coalition — the umbrella organization for political student groups — joined with College Republicans and Penn in Washington to host Reihan Salam, the executive editor of National Review, in Huntsman Hall.
Under the new contract, prospective teachers will enter a two-year program. The student teachers will be assigned to work with a current Philadelphia educator in the first year before operating their own classroom the second year.
“I came in incredibly skeptical and prepared to have my guard up on the defensive, but I thought there was some really awesome discourse,” Penn College senior Abbie Starker said.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that the new law will prohibit any tattoos that are considered to be "offensive, extremist, indecent, racist or sexist while on duty."