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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.
Students will no longer be penalized a quarter of a point for getting the wrong answer and obscure vocabulary words will be replaced in favor of words relevant to college courses.
The appointment concludes the first of four ongoing dean searches for Penn schools.
The Board of Trustees will deliberate on how to proceed.
Student focus groups are the main method of evaluation
The Center's permanent location will open in July 2015
From dreadlocks to post-baccs and from rock
bands to shaking hands, the “non-traditional” students of five Ivy League universities
came together this past Saturday.The second annual 2014 Ivy
Returning Students Conference was hosted at the Kislak Center on the sixth
floor of Van Pelt-Dietrich Library.
The Wharton School boasts the highest percentage of women among all business schools in the world.
Recently opened Center for Minority Serving Institutions is the first of its kind.
Penn received 35,788 regular decision applications, a 14 percent increase from last year’s 31,250 apps.
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Scott Mackler, a longtime Penn professor, pioneering addiction researcher and physician who battled for 15 years with Lou Gehrig’s disease, died Wednesday evening.
Executive vice presidents from peer institutions discussed their schools’ development efforts in urban communities on Thursday.
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Penn President Amy Gutmann was elected vice chair of the Association of American Universities on Tuesday, a position that gives her a national platform to discuss and lobby for higher-education issues.
Ohio Valley University’s business school is named after local business owners Gene and Joyce Wharton.
Students at more than 300 college campuses are calling on their administrations to stop investing in fossil fuels, and the movement is starting to grow at Penn.
Two Social Policy & Practice students created the Disability Student Interest Group to work to incorporate disability education into their curriculum.