Penn created these guidelines to "ensure the safety and protect the privacy of all members of the University community and promote compliance with all applicable federal and state laws."
College is one of the best places to startup,” CEO and Engineering and Wharton junior Rajat Bhageria said. “There’s no risk, there’s no opportunity cost ... there’s just a lot of resources.”
In addition to hosting the tournament, the organization's members work with Science Olympiad teams at local schools. They tutor students every week as the teams prepare for upcoming tournaments.
Navigating the immigration process can be difficult for those unfamiliar with the American legal system. To help immigrants in this situation, 2013 Penn Law graduate Jeremy Peskin and immigration attorney James Pittman created Borderwise.
College senior and Fund co-chair Jason Shein facilitated a recent “relaunch” of the Weiss Tech House Innovation Fund to institutionalize the non-financial resources it now provides to the companies receiving their grants.
“Last semester, we decided to look back at all of the companies we’ve funded in the last five years and gather insights into what we could do better,” College senior and Innovation Fund Co-Chair Jason Shein said.
The online education company Coursera has once again partnered up with Penn to launch a program specifically designed for governments and nonprofits in an effort to close increasing skills gap in the workforce.
Ryerson looks at the implications of increased automation on the way people take long distance trips. Instead of taking flights, people are likely to choose the more efficient, inexpensive route, especially when the driverless format is still conducive to a more relaxing trip, and the driver has the option of texting or napping.
Necter, a social networking app created by 2015 Wharton graduate, has created a way to make friends entirely online.
The team’s research has real-world applications on a personal level and the national level. The systems they study are the same systems that protect email accounts of regular people and the classified accounts of government officials.
On Thursday, a video dating app called Spin the Bottle Video Chat was launched at Penn. The DP sat down with the app’s CEO and co-founder, Matthew Cohen, to discuss this revolutionary new way of dating.
After since Facebook bought Oculus, a virtual reality gaming start-up, for two billion dollars back in 2014, virtual reality has dominated news cycles and tech speculation
Tweet the words "love", "OMG" and "cute", and people are more likely to think you are female. Tweet the words "ebola", "sports" and "war", and people are more likely to assume you are male.
The winning idea was a toothbrush that requires neither toothpaste nor water.
This incredible invention is "Piccolissimo," the world’s smallest self-powered controllable robot, its creator claims.
The traditional brass key lock on the door of your on-campus room is about to get a major upgrade.
Gui and his startup team have now developed glasses that serve as activity trackers, wireless headphones and Bluetooth mics for phone calls.
The Provost’s Summer Mentor Program and Science Technology Engineering, Mathematics Mentoring Program have helped Philadelphia students navigate the college-application process, which leads some of them back to Locust Walk.
The program alters DNA sequences in tobacco and lettuce plants to produce plant-based medicines.
iAspire is a platform that matches students looking for an advantage in their career search with students and recent graduates who already have a foot in the industry.