Articles by Katie Steele

02/18/18 6:28pm
Aminata Sy founded the African Community Learning Program in fall 2017 as a setting for West Philadelphia students of African background to receive free tutoring and mentorship. 
02/08/18 12:01pm
School officials launched the investigation into the fraternity in 2017 after receiving multiple reports about the contest.
02/01/18 11:10pm
Teams of college students and recent college graduates nationwide complete a project challenge in only a few weeks to compete in the contest. 
01/17/18 12:51am
A professor from the University of Illinois called on people nationwide to share their stories of sexual harassment within academia and higher education. Now, students at Penn are doing exactly that. 
01/11/18 4:34pm
Gov. Tom Wolf announced the move last month after gaining approval from Pennsylvania Secretary of Education Pedro A. Rivera.
11/27/17 11:42pm
This year, over 15,000 people applied or were nominated for consideration for the Forbes lists, placing the “acceptance” rate at less than four percent.
11/08/17 9:06pm
The two Penn founders of Neuroflow have created a data analytics platform to measure stress markers in real time.
10/20/17 7:10pm
Penn's newly-established chapter of the Common Party, Cairn University and the Graduate School of Education co-sponsored the event. 
10/15/17 6:27pm
University doctors, clinical researchers, students, faculty and alumni are working to address opioid abuse across Philadelphia, which was ranked fifth in the country in 2016  for overdose deaths per 100,000 people. 
More Articles