Part of the Math, Physics and Astronomy Library in David Rittenhouse Laboratories will be converted to an active learning classroom and the Engineering Library in the Towne Building will close at the end of the semester.
The Challenge Fund is designed to raise $240 million by offering $1 million in matching funds to the first five donors of $1 million each.
Associate Dean for Research and Global Affairs at the University of Michigan School of Nursing Antonia Villarruel will be the next dean of Penn's School of Nursing.
The DP takes a look at what happened at Yesterday's Board of Trustees meeting
The cost for a Penn undergraduate education will cross the $60,000 mark for the first time in the 2014-2015 academic school year.
Twelve years before Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price announced the creation of a task force to study mental health on campus, a similar committee presented its findings to Penn’s provost in June 2002.
The lack of student representation on the newly created mental health task force drew sharp reactions from faculty and students alike after its announcement Wednesday afternoon.
The Board of Trustees will deliberate on how to proceed.
Earlier this month, a congressman identified over 100 colleges in the nation, Penn included, whose financial may have been violating a federal law This act would be in violation of the Higher Education Act that Congress passed in 1992.
The task force will produce a report to be released in early 2015.
The report provides three primary recommendations to strengthen University resources for preventing and responding to alcohol and drug misuse.
A lawsuit claims Penn demoted Janet White after an eight-week leave of absence for mental health reasons.
The University of Pennsylvania Health System and Lancaster General Health announced Tuesday that the two organizations have formed a partnership to “jointly develop innovative programs and initiatives improving patient care, research and education.”
The William Penn Foundation is optimistic about Degnan’s track record of success in management, and looks forward to advancing its mission under his leadership.
The announcement makes permanent temporary hires announced last week.
Counseling and Psychological Services may be moving north to Market Street or east to 34th Street.
Counseling and Psychological Services will extend its hours and hire more staff within the next few weeks.
As the University begins to heal, the Daily Pennsylvanian looks at how death is handled on campus
While the $1.1 trillion spending package signed into law by President Barack Obama Friday evening is a step in the right direction for Penn research, it will not solve all the problems caused by sequestration.
Only essential personnel are required to report for work.