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A company’s reputation and prestige can affect outcomes in discrimination lawsuits, according to a joint study between professors from Penn and Northwestern University.
Drexel University appointed Sharon L. Walker as dean of its college of engineering on March 20, marking the first time a woman had held the position, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Toll Brothers, Inc., a leading constructor of luxury homes, recently elected Penn Provost Wendell E. Pritchett to its Board of Directors, according to Globe Newswire.
Harvard University is working to offer gender-neutral housing for first-year students coming in as part of the Class of 2022, the Harvard Crimson reported.
William Kent Cooper, Washington D.C. architect and 1951 School of Design graduate, died of pneumonia on Jan. 27 at age 91. Cooper, who received his bachelor of fine arts from Penn, played a significant role in crafting Vietnam and Korean War memorials.
It has been over a month since the 1963 College graduate and former Penn Trustee Stephen Wynn was accused of sexual misconduct, but the fallout from these allegations have continued.
Penn researchers are studying and treating a group of United States diplomats in Cuba who are suffering from the symptoms of a concussion without ever receiving blows to their heads, according to the New York Times.
City officials announced on Jan. 23 that Philadelphia plans to become the first city in the United States to allow supervised drug injection sites.
Fraternities at the University of California, Los Angeles were banned on Jan. 16 from hosting events in-house with alcohol, following an alleged sexual assault, ABC7 reported.
Philadelphia filed a lawsuit against certain pharmaceutical companies that prescribe opioids on Jan. 17 in the Court of Common Pleas, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported.
Penn doctors are leading workshops for West Philadelphia youth on how to stop gunshot wounds from bleeding and were recently featured in WHYY, a local member station of National Public Radio.
A bicyclist collided with a private garbage truck in Center City on Nov. 28, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. The bicyclist was taken to the nearby Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, where she was pronounced dead at 7:50 a.m.
On Nov. 9, New York University announced that it will offer free tuition to roughly 50 students attending Puerto Rican universities affected by Hurricane Maria.
Anger is the key to a good negotiation, according to a series of Wharton studies that have yet to be published. These four studies suggest that the emotion, when used correctly, can be a motivating catalyst for productive change.
The House Republican tax plan expected to be released Thursday will cause the deficit to skyrocket, according to a study conducted by the Wharton School.
Not every Penn course offers students a chance to curb the horrific effects of flooding and natural disasters. Then there's the School of Design's "Land Use and Environmental Modeling" course.
In the years since shootings struck the campuses of Santa Monica College and Virginia Tech University, colleges nationwide have redoubled their efforts to track and prevent threats to student safety.
Penn is the number one school in the U.S. for producing the most billionaires, according to the latest rankings from Forbes.
Come early 2018, Penn students will have another way to satisfy their salad cravings.