Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vince Price announced in a statement Tuesday that The Pew Charitable Trusts gave the University $2 million to support its Presidential Term Professorships program.
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Fall classes in 2013 will begin Aug. 28, the earliest start date since 1974. New Student Orientation will begin Aug. 23. CALENDAR: Final changes to the 2013-2014 school year
Penn President Amy Gutmann is among a growing number of university presidents whose salaries are greater than $1 million.
For more than two decades, a carillon — a mechanical instrument that simulates the sounds a bell tower makes — has greeted thousands of Penn students walking by College Green.
Although critters, like mice, are somewhat of an inevitability when it comes to living in a city like Philadelphia, there are certain steps Penn students should consider taking when trying to get rid of them.
_The Daily Pennsylvanian_ takes a look at some of the considerations that go into housing selections.
A report on Penn President Amy Gutmann’s salary has prompted some to question whether the head of the University deserves to make more than $1 million.
In response to the ongoing scandal at Pennsylvania State University, Penn administrators have clarified the ethical and moral values they expect members of the University community to hold.
Prompted by a series of opinion pieces that appeared in the _Penn Almanac_ earlier this school year, the panel — which is part of Ware College House’s ongoing “Dinner with Interesting People” speaker series — will take place at 5 p.m. on Tuesday in McClelland Hall. INTERACTIVE: Pell grants around the Ivies
Students helped Making History campaign reach its overall fundraising goal of $3.5 billion 15 months ahead of schedule.
According to the University’s most recent tax filings, Gutmann received $1,321,040 in total compensation for the 2009 calendar year — the latest time period for which data is available.
Provost Vince Price is currently in the process of making a final decision on adopting an academic calendar proposal that would require the 2013-14 school year to begin earlier than it has in decades.
Ezekiel Emanuel, brother Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, is a Penn Integrated Knowledge professor at Penn. _The Daily Pennsylvanian_ sat down with Emanuel to discuss his time so far at Penn.
At a meeting in September, a NACAC committee formed in 2010 to research the annual rankings made a series of recommendations to U.S. News.
The Board of Trustees completed a two-day meeting, where they approved the next stage for the Neural and Behavioral Sciences building and a $102 million resolution for an extension to the Med School, among other renovations and constructions.
The University Archives documents anything and everything there is to know about the University’s past — from Benjamin Franklin’s earliest musings on the state of higher education in Pennsylvania in 1749 to current print editions of _The Daily Pennsylvanian._ VIDEO: Tour of the University Archives
Some expressed concern over how the proposal might impact leasing schedules — though off-campus housing like the Radian and Campus Apartments plan to accommodate the change — while others were more enthusiastic about an earlier return to campus.
The University is currently in the process of working to obtain a naming gift for a future residential hall on Hill Field.
Provost Vincent Price is currently considering a calendar proposal that, if approved, would require 2013-14 classes to begin Aug. 28. New Student Orientation would start on Aug. 23. INTERACTIVE: Proposed changes to academic calendar
Mark Winkelman has been selected as chairman of Penn Medicine, Penn President Amy Gutmann and Board of Trustees Chairman David Cohen announced Monday. Winkelman’s appointment is effective Nov. 1.