Administration

01/18/18 4:08pm
Close to 240 cities submitted proposals in October last year applying to be the location of Amazon’s second headquarters. Philadelphia has now been selected as one of the top 20 finalists. 
01/17/18 11:42pm
“Our common humanity takes precedence over our religious differences,” Sacks said at the Perry World House Tuesday.
01/17/18 11:17pm
From June 16, 2015 to Jan. 11, 2018, Trump said “Wharton” 52 times and referred to himself as a “good student” (or some variant like “great” or “excellent”) 27 times. 
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. 
01/17/18 12:33am
According to Director for the Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Program Initiatives Noelle Melartin, Penn's campus follows federal laws on marijuana in order to maintain federal funding. 
01/16/18 8:09pm
The Penn Wharton Budget Model's study has been cited numerous times in media organizations and has even been the subject of many news stories published in news publications.
01/16/18 7:32pm
Lumpkin was the second Penn student to die in 2018. His death comes two weeks after the disappearance of College sophomore Blaze Bernstein, who was later found to have died on Jan. 2. 
01/16/18 3:47pm
The Center for Outreach, Research, and Education — the newest of Penn's neurological, behavioral, and intelligence-based research initiatives — is launching this January.
01/15/18 9:08pm
“It really should not matter what your family means are or what you were born into, but that a good education should always be accessible,” an administrator from the School of Social Policy & Practice said. 
01/15/18 5:31pm
There is a minimum number of school days which all universities must meet, and that often influences the decision of whether or not to suspend operations.
01/14/18 11:57pm
Carton Rogers will retire in June. He has worked in Penn Libraries since 1975, becoming the vice provost and director of libraries in 2004. In his role, he oversaw 18 separate University libraries. 
01/10/18 9:43pm
This is a marker of a greater shift toward incorporating small hospitals into larger health systems in order to provide more specialized and efficient care, experts say.
01/09/18 9:21pm
Along with his parents and his two brothers, Steinberg was one of 10 American tourists who died in a plane crash while sightseeing in Costa Rica on Dec. 31. 
01/08/18 10:36pm
Matt Sessa, who has worked with federal and state financial aid programs for over two decades, will take on his role at a time when SRFS policies are a hot topic of discussion at Penn. 
01/05/18 1:42am
The patients whose information was contained on the non-encrypted laptop were notified of its theft via letter from Penn Medicine.
12/22/17 12:44am
The final bill omitted a tax on graduate student waivers, which experts predicted would have hiked student fees by up to 300 percent. 
12/19/17 1:24am
The study compared 36 students who took six 90-hour art observation courses at the art museum with other students who did not take any of the courses.
12/17/17 12:44am
Because of the association between food and decreasing hunger, even seeing food can indicate to the brain that the body is receiving the nutrients it needs, suppressing the desire to eat.
12/13/17 12:05am
Even though the Penn administration has expressed support of its DACA students, dreamers have no concrete path that would preventing them from deportation. 
12/12/17 9:12pm
The last day for international students to request travel signatures is Dec. 15, since the ISSS office will be closed for advising after this Friday.