The Perelman School of Medicine, along with five other peer institutions, has partnered with The Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy to develop new techniques for the treatment of cancers.
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Earlier this month, Penn’s Fels Research Policy Initiative awarded five new grants designed to support interdisciplinary collaboration to faculty members across eight of Penn’s 12 schools. Each grant was given to between two and five professors that specialize in different fields.
One Penn professor and his team are working towards creating more sustainable applications for one of the world’s most plentiful fossil fuels.
Penn professors are working towards building Kazakhstan’s first world-class national research university.
Penn students are leading the way when it comes to innovative startup ideas.
Frederick Steiner, current dean of the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, will be joining the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design next semester as the new dean. He made headlines recently for announcing that Texas' campus carry laws contributed to his decision to leave the school.
Big Pharma is tapping into the vast pool of knowledge at Penn Medicine.
One Penn professor hopes to bring more chutzpah to the study of women Yiddish writers.
The insight of one Penn professor is helping inform the military decisions of the United States.
A research project at Penn was recently given a grant of $1.4 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to develop methods of preventing and managing chronic diseases.
The School of Arts and Sciences is making some changes to its organization of faculty.
On a campus where pre-med and business tracks are some of the most popular, the arts will soon assume a more prominent role in students’ educational experience.
Penn students often find themselves torn between commitments, trying to juggle classes, hobbies and relationships.
Futuristic advances in genetics are coming faster than we could have ever predicted, and scientific organizations are scrambling to unpack their potential ethical consequences.
“Language can and does cause real harm to individuals and groups,” Provost Vincent Price said as he opened Wednesday’s panel discussion on classroom culture.
In light of nationwide attention on paternity or maternity leave, Penn is placing new emphasis on opportunities for faculty members to take advantage of leave policies.
Most people don’t think of mustaches when they hear about female underrepresentation in academia.
Students have a plethora of opportunities when it comes to learning more about the job search process. However, there is a resource they might not know about — the show Career Talk on Wharton Business Radio on Sirius XM.
Less than 10 years after graduation, 2007 Wharton and Engineering alumnus Karthik Sridharan has a multi-million dollar business.
A Penn society is making a name for itself nationally.