The National Institutes of Health awarded Penn Medicine researchers a $14 million grant to develop a research center focused on reducing disparities in suicide prevention measures.
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Penn community members gathered on Friday to celebrate the groundbreaking of Amy Gutmann Hall, a new data science building scheduled to be completed in summer 2024.
A recent Annenberg study found that Americans are knowledgeable about the three branches of government and freedoms under the First Amendment, but still hold key misunderstandings about the Constitution.
The Penn Wharton Budget Model released a report this week predicting a 4% drop in gross domestic product in 2050 as a result of the newly-released proposed Senate budget resolution.
Penn senior Tathagat Bhatia has been awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, which funds up to four years of study at the University of Cambridge in England.
Rutgers University is the first local college to announce that it will require students to get the COVID-19 vaccine before returning to campus in the fall.
A study from the Annenberg School for Communication found that Twitter bots are less influential than verified accounts in the spread of information on the platform.
Penn Medicine has administered over 62,000 doses of vaccine within the first five weeks of offering patient vaccinations.
White House officials will open a new mass COVID-19 vaccination site at the Pennsylvania Convention Center on Wednesday.
The United States Department of Justice withdrew an October 2020 lawsuit alleging that Yale University discriminated against Asian American and white applicants.
After serving as Navy secretary during the Trump administration, Penn graduate Kenneth Braithwaite is considering a 2022 Senate run in Pennsylvania.
While most cities rely on state authority to determine COVID-19 vaccine distribution plans, Philadelphia receives its vaccine supply directly from the federal government, giving the city more freedom.
Two Penn seniors founded the Undergraduate Criminology Society this semester after noticing a lack of networking opportunities for Penn students interested in the criminal justice-oriented field.
The Philadelphia City Council is proposing a bill to ban the use of tear gas on protesters. If passed, the bill would be among the first of its kind in the country.
Rebecca Minkoff, founder of her namesake women’s clothing and accessories brand, spoke about the challenges of adapting her business to the COVID-19 pandemic on Wednesday in a talk hosted by Wharton's Baker Retailing Center.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) endorsed fellow former Penn professor and former Vice President Joe Biden for president in a tweet on Wednesday.
Penn announced an optional pass/fail grading system for the spring semester as classes shift online amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The first supervised drug injection site in the United States will open in Philadelphia, which will allow people to use illegal drugs under medical supervision.
Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner has been sued by two former prosecutors who claim Krasner fired them on the grounds of age discrimination, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
The law review journals from the top 16 law schools in the United States, including Penn Law, all feature women at the helm for the first time in history.