Kelly Cleary was appointed to serve as the executive director for the Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business, a position vacated by Inge Herman in October and which has been temporarily filled by Associate Director Marco Alves in Herman's absence. Cleary's appointment will be effective on May 1.
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The Asian American Studies Program has struggled to keep itself alive since longtime former Director Grace Kao left for Yale University, but activists in the fight for ASAM's survival have now expanded their reach to include other ethnic studies programs.
The abrupt exit of the longtime leader of the Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business, Inge Herman, has left students confused and raised questions about the circumstances surrounding her departure.
Wharton MBA student Yuja Chang co-founded a startup that connects blind or low-vision individuals to live-trained professionals to provide hands-free assistance to blind individuals.
Wharton 101 replaced Management 100 as the undergraduate school's introductory course for the first time last semester. The purpose of this shift was to create a less competitive environment for new Wharton students. And while many students say they enjoyed the relaxed environment and collaboration of the class, some also suggest there still may be room for improvement, specifically in its grading system and the final project.
With mental health at the forefront of classroom discussions across the country, psychology professors and experts at Penn say they plan to become more involved in improving student mental health on campus.
Millions of people attended the victory parade for the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday. Every one of them withstood sub-freezing temperatures, wind chills, and congested trains just for a chance to catch a glimpse of their athletic heroes. Reporters from The Daily Pennsylvanian went out to take their portraits, listen to their stories, and learn why Philadelphia is known for having "the greatest fans in the world."
Penn is currently exploring whether it will seek reclassification for its economics major to be designated as a STEM program, which would ultimately help international students in the work visa application process.
More than 1,000 Penn students study abroad in over 50 countries around the world each year. And while many opt to travel to more familiar or secure locations, others choose to travel to “heightened risk regions.”
Former longtime Director of the Asian American Studies program Grace Kao left for Yale University last January, and ASAM faculty and students have been demanding more administrative support and funding through petitions and protests. One year since Kao’s departure, the ASAM program is still without a formal director.
The unpleasant feeling of hunger can be difficult to ignore, and Penn researchers have sought to explain the biological mechanism behind these impulses in a new study published in the journal Cell Reports.
Despite the GOP’s failure to pass its health care bill in Congress this summer, the Trump administration has continued to make efforts to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act. This effort has sparked conversations about health care reform throughout the nation and on Penn's campus.
Eleven faculty members at the Berklee College of Music were terminated in the past 13 years for sexual assault, according to an open forum held in early November.
What started out as a simple project between two roommates at Penn has evolved into a published book that explores the relationship between young adults and food. In a series of pieces that range from photography to text-based narratives, the book, entitled "RAW," covers a range of topics, including healthy diets, religion and food, and eating disorders.
The Penn Museum has collected more than 1 million objects since its founding in 1887 — now, the galleries and display areas where those historic artifacts live are about to receive a long-anticipated facelift. In November, the museum will begin its most significant renovation program in over 100 years.
Over 300 students, alumni and faculty gathered on Saturday to celebrate the LGBT Center’s 35 years at Penn under founding director Bob Schoenberg.