Although only 20 percent of engineering students nationwide are female, mentorship builds bonds within the field that drive success.
The Penn Engineering school faculty are internationally known for their innovative research that is revolutionizing fields ranging from computer science to biology to animation.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Scientific Director of the Singh Center for Nanotechnology Mark Allen to get an inside look at the Center's work.
One PennApps team has created an app could work like Adblock for real life — and could potentially make them big bucks in the near future.
Campus Maps, originally founded at the University of Maryland, uses an average of eight seconds to find directions for a campus location.
Two teams from Penn are one step closer to winning the annual Hult Prize, a social entrepreneurship start-up incubator with a $1,000,000 prize.
Last semester, two engineering students produced a project meant to enlighten the public about the lack of recognition for females in the engineering field.
Thousands of students from around the globe will meet on January 16 for a weekend long coding marathon to work towards solving real-world problems.
Some students in computer science classes find themselves spending upwards of 10 hours a week in the same room working on the assignment.
Susan Davidson is one of the few women on the Engineering School’s faculty, which is around 13.5 percent female overall
Registration for the 2015 Hult Prize, the world’s largest student, start-up incubator with a $1,000,000 prize, has just come to a close.
When Cesar finishes his shift at the Inn at Penn each afternoon, he finds his Nisan Pathfinder and begins his drive home.
While more and more Penn students enroll in entry-level computer science classes, the CIS department is struggling to find the resources to keep up.
Penn has seen a
With the closure of the Towne library on May 20, Engineering students have been struggling to find study space within the Engineering quad.
With the (Madeon Concert coming up) Penn is gearing up for the onslaught of Molly.
After an attack on a gay couple, the House Judiciary Committee approved a bill that would expand Pennsylvania's hate crime law to cover sexual orientation.
Free 3-D printing comes to the Towne Building.
Penn may soon be adding another esteemed professor to its list of Nobel Laureates.
Physics professor Charles Kane was chosen as a Thomson Reuters Citation Laureate for his work on the quantum Hall effect and topological insulators.
Currently, there are a number of graduate students working on Penn xLAB, primarily from mechanical and electrical engineering backgrounds.