New research finds that having enrolled students with risk factors in schools affects the entire student body.
The Child Well-Being and Welfare specialization at SP2, which will enroll its first class this fall, will train students in a yearlong program to work with children in foster care.
The Center's permanent location will open in July 2015
The scholarship will cover the cost of the tuition for her master’s degree and provide her with additional money for living expenses.
The Student Committee on Undergraduate Education elected Luis Siegmund as its new chair. He discussed the body’s plans to connect Penn students.
Structured, Active, In-Class, Learning aims to bring more student discussion and participation to the current class structure by making lectures “active” instead of “passive”.
The DP sat down with researcher Dan Romero, of the Annenberg School of Communications to discuss his results on the relationship between the academic environment and the use of narcotics such as tobacco and marijuana.
During this week’s meeting, the UA delved on the prospect of a new research-oriented pre-orientation program: also discussed was the creation of a new mental health forum and the new “Got Consent?” campaign.
Recently opened Center for Minority Serving Institutions is the first of its kind.
Dean of the Office of Admissions attributes an increase of 25 percent in the potential art majors to Penn’s new “Arts and Culture Initiative” program.
Penn’s Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program released its annual think tank rankings on Wednesday.
Penn senior, Sarah Foster, plans to finish her triple major at Penn and continue her scholarly pursuits on the Churchill Scholarship.
Put down your smart phone. The next big thing in computer science is analog computing.
Georgette Phillips will become the dean of Lehigh University’s business school effective July 1.
Several professors and the petition’s leader said that the plan to create these types of classes needs to be made more concrete before they can be successfully implemented in the curriculum.
The gift of more than 1,300 books came from Shirley and Marilyn Luber, wife and daughter of the late 1940 Wharton graduate and renowned Philadelphia art collector Gilbert Luber.
A recent study published in the Journal of Consumer Research shows that while images of products appeal to online shoppers, customers are likely to decide against a purchase if they are overwhelmed by too many images.
Penn professor Michael Kahana’s research found a link between episodic memory, “what happened when,” with spatial memory, or “what happened where.”
The Fellows program brings three distinguished writers, or “fellows,” to Penn’s campus every spring. The program includes a class, known as the Fellows seminar, and a public reading.
The research focuses on two angles: the factors that affect a student’s decision to participate in recruitment, and its effects on the student’s perceived social support.