Student input is essential to the work of the Task Force, and we anticipate that it will establish two working groups to carry out its charge, both of which will include students, faculty, and staff.
Penn Compact 2020 renews Penn’s fundamental priorities — increasing access, integrating knowledge and engaging locally, nationally and globally.
Increasing diversity and inclusion at every level — student, faculty and staff — is one of Penn’s highest institutional priorities.
Increasing diversity at every level of our university has always been and remains one of my highest priorities.
Democracy works, but only when one key ingredient is added: you and your fellow citizens.
An Olympic medal is wonderful, but the real gold at Penn can be found in all this great University has to offer.
Penn President Amy Gutmann and Chair of the Board of Trustees David L. Cohen address the upcoming Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions conference.
As Penn Park opens and you explore its many fine qualities, I hope it fills you with pride.
Penn President Amy Gutmann believes that a big piece of the answer to drive hatred out of the human spirit lies in what universities do.
In a welcome back message to students, Penn President Amy Gutmann discusses how the University is exemplified by transformation.
This semester is packed with diverse opportunities to stretch the mind, to develop good habits and to get involved with our great community.
Penn President Amy Gutmann looks forward to the upcoming school year.
The recently completed Weave Bridge is the first part of the University’s ambitious PennConnects plan
I am pleased to report we have taken the first step toward reinventing the eastern edge of Penn's campus. Earlier this spring, construction was completed on the Weave Bridge, a beautiful new pedestrian span designed by Penn's own Cecil Balmond, the Paul Philippe Cret Practice Professor of Architecture.
From Botswana to the postal lands, Penn scholars and students are exploring the world and making an impact
As many of you have heard or seen by now, there was a photograph from our annual Halloween party that has taken flight over the Internet.
I begin this new academic year at Penn grateful to be a part of a University community so joyfully infused with the desire to learn and the commitment to serve. Thanks to our dedicated move-in and New Student Orientation teams - who did a fabulous job helping new students navigate the transition to life at Penn-our campus is bustling with more creative energy and camaraderie than ever.