Penn GSE created Education Design Studio, Inc., which assists start-ups through a $10,000 investment and up to 18 months of mentorship.
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"Flipped" lectures are designed to be more engaging and interactive.
The fifteen foot long, 6 foot tall tunnel in the basement of the Towne building can reach speeds of up to 120 miles per hour.
The interdisciplinary program between Wharton, Engineering and the School of Design will provide a career path for students without engineering experience but who are still interested in product design.
Researchers at Penn and Duke are working with nanowire technology to develop flexible solar panels and touch screens, which would theoretically be able to roll up like a yoga mat.
With PennApps crowned as the largest student-run hackathon in the nation, Penn is increasing opportunities for undergraduate tech innovation. But PennApps is not the only example of student-led hackathons on campus.
The UC Berkeley team wrote a program that could identify and distinguish between various items via a webcam.
Students and faculty feel the 'brain drain' is mainly due to pay differences.
Penn Engineers' summer projects include cockroach inspired robots and improved cell phone chips.
Bonnell replaced Steven Fluharty and is the first woman to fill the position.
A two-day meeting discussed how biological technology advances are changing the field.
If the entire Penn community — students, faculty, staff, and hospital employees — chose to redirect their business away from chains and towards independent coffee shops, local entrepreneurs and the community as a whole would benefit enormously.
The United States and China are in a time of ever increasing political tension, leading both Americans and Chinese to regard the other as a threat to their own way of life. Such fears are expressed not only through the characterization of fictional supervillains, but — more insidiously — through unconscious stereotyping.
The issue is that we have become so consumed by our own name that we don’t really know who we are. I can’t help but detect a frisson of desperation when the University slathers the Ivy League label on every possible surface. What exactly is under all that Ivy?
Wearing a purple skinny tie and a pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarers, Lizza seemed more a contributor to GQ than a Washington correspondent for The New Yorker. However, his lunch discussion at the Kelly Writers House yesterday was all politics, as he spoke about his career as a political journalist.
The Hindu Student Council and Young Jains of America held their annual Saraswati Puja, benefitting the charity Better World Books.
Beth Comstock spoke Wednesday afternoon for the last of the Wharton Leadership Lectures of the semester. “Why be small when the world demands you to be big?” she asked the crowd, daring them to take risks.
Talk of bras and parachute jumpsuits replaced the usual Wall Street chatter in Huntsman Hall Tuesday night. Wharton Women held one of their most popular annual events, Dressing for Success, to raise money for the charity Career Wardrobe and to educate Penn students on appropriate business attire. The crowd of 150 received the chance to participate in three panels, including one hosted by J.