Some professors say that Penn's four upcoming dean appointments could be a defining part of President Gutmann's legacy.
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Marjorie Margolies and Valerie Arkoosh, two Penn professors running in the primary for the 13th congressional district, reported similar campaign fundraising totals for the third quarter.
Penn President Amy Gutmann was elected vice chair of the Association of American Universities on Tuesday, a position that gives her a national platform to discuss and lobby for higher-education issues.
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Students at more than 300 college campuses are calling on their administrations to stop investing in fossil fuels, and the movement is starting to grow at Penn.
Penn President Amy Gutmann was the second-highest-paid Ivy League campus head in 2011, jumping up one spot on the annual Ivy compensation rankings.
Endowment returns across the Ivy League have surged following a relatively stagnant 2012 fiscal year, with Penn leading the pack.
Harvard President criticizes President Obama’s higher-education agenda.
Ankur Kumar’s sudden resignation follows a Sept. 27 article in The Wall Street Journal, titled “What’s Wrong With Wharton?"
The Daily Pennsylvanian breaks down some of the president’s recent plans to reform American higher education, including his proposal to tie his higher ed ratings to federal financial aid.
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Most expected then-Provost Vartan Gregorian to be selected, and claimed that the search process was unfair when Hackney was chosen.
The MacArthur Fellowship is one of the top national honors given to recognize innovation and creativity.
Former Penn president Sheldon Hackney grew up in conservative Alabama household, and his upbringing had a great influence on his scholarly work.
Current and former university presidents credit Sheldon Hackney for recognizing their leadership potential.
For all of Hackney’s achievements over his first 11 years in office, the former president’s handling of two free speech incidents in 1993, his final year, will remain forever etched into his Penn legacy.
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Most now credit the administrations of Judith Rodin and Amy Gutmann with planting the seed for Penn’s eastward expansion, but it was Sheldon Hackney, former colleagues say, who first had the idea to connect the University with Center City.
Penn’s endowment grew by nearly $1 billion in the 2013 fiscal year, generating an investment return of 14.4 percent, the University announced at a Board of Trustees meeting Thursday morning.
Sheldon Hackney, a popular and polarizing president who served from 1981-93, died on Thursday afternoon. Former colleagues say he left lasting impacts on the University.