In an attempt to increase visibility on racial issues, esteemed professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. visited Penn to deliver a talk on race relations in modern America and introduce his upcoming documentary, "AndStillIRise: BlackAmericaSinceMLK."
Team projects for Management 101 — a staple of the Wharton freshman experience — are in full swing.
More than five-and-a-half million students representing nearly 200 million countries are enrolled in MOOCs offered by the Penn Online Learning Initiative.
This year’s fourth annual Writing About TV program at the Kelly Writers House featured six speakers and macaroni and cheese.
Mary Reid Kelley, a senior critic in Penn Design's Master of Fine Arts program, was just named a 2016 MacArthur Fellow.
New research into the understanding and possible treatment of concussions has been uncovered at The University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine, all with the help of some iPods.
College senior Ashley Stinnett is currently enrolled in two of the most unorthodox classes at Penn: Religious Studies 356, known colloquially as the “monk class,” and ”Wasting Time on the Internet.”
Fulfilling your college requirements can be tough. Consider taking a class that double counts to take some strain off.
The Heterodox Academy Guide to Colleges recently rated America’s top 150 universities by the diversity of viewpoints on campus. The Ivy League scored poorly.
This semester, the Wharton Dean’s Undergraduate Advisory Board (WAB) is offering seminars in three areas: introduction to coding, financial modeling and design and Photoshop.
The University of Vermont’s medical school just announced that it plans to become the first medical school to abolish lecture courses and replace them with at-home videos and "active-learning" classrooms.
By the time current pre-med undergraduates attend medical school, they will be studying completely new primary health curricula, thanks to Penn's new Center for Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care.
“I speak as a practitioner who has stumbled, fallen and experimented with a lot of things”.
Welcomed by a sea of applause, Nadinne Cruz stepped up onto the podium and greeted her audience, adding "it's a beautiful night" in Tagalog.
Perelman School of Medicine professor Yvette Sheline studied the brains of people with a history of depression, but may have discovered another benefit to antidepressants.
“I still have the feeling that reading is good, even thought we haven’t been able to prove this aspect scientifically,” one of the co-authors said.
In writing Archeophonics, Gizzi said he wanted to “bring back the cadences of the past."
Unpredictable schedules can have negative impacts on the health of an individual working in the service sector.
Once a code is used, it cannot be reused by another student.
Penn was just awarded a $24 million grant from the National Science Foundation to establish a Science and Technology Center.
For 87 years Penn has offered a coordinated degree with the oldest art school and art museum in the country.