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Academically Based Community Service courses serve as the core of the services of the Netter Center for Community Partnerships. With the aid of the Netter Center, these ABCS courses give students and faculty the opportunity to interact with students in West Philadelphia.
The election of 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump will undoubtedly spark changes across the country — but it could be particularly meaningful for energy conservation efforts.
On Nov. 16, following the Faculty Senate meeting, the Senate and various standing faculty participated in a solidarity march in opposition to racist GroupMe messages targeting black freshmen.
Kenyon Bonner, vice provost and dean of students at the University of Pittsburgh, is currently pursuing his doctorate degree in the Graduate School of Education and recently published an article on diverseeducation.com about approaching diversity on college campuses in a new way.
More than five-and-a-half million students representing nearly 200 countries are enrolled in Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs, offered by the Penn Online Learning Initiative.
Why one Penn professor warned of potential negative outcomes of changing Columbus Day to Indigenous People's Day
Jonathan Zimmerman, a professor at the Graduate School of Education, recently wrote an article in the San Francisco Chronicle, warned that changing “Columbus Day” to “Indigenous People’s Day” could have some unexpected negative effects.
PennSound’s Peter Gizzi was announced as a finalist for the National Book Award for Poetry for his collection of poems: Archeophonics.
Last week, Penn hosted the Third Annual Learning with MOOCs Conference, bringing together leaders in the mass learning system.
During the midday rush from Harnwell College House to David Rittenhouse Laboratory, it’s rare to see anyone stop to take a breath. But students who stop for just one minute at Stiteler Plaza on certain days can absorb an entire lecture.
Even though students who study Economics in Wharton and the College technically earn degrees in the same subject, their experiences are far different.
A School of Design professor criticized Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s plan for free public college.
A Penn professor was just appointed by the federal government to help tackle the recent economic crisis in Puerto Rico.
Democratic presidential nominee and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did not have a great Labor Day Weekend, according to speculations by medical professionals on television and Twitter users.
The Faculty Senate’s priorities for the coming year include examining diversity among faculty and increasing mental health services for students.
Penn is partnering with the State Department's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs to offer a series of online courses geared towards English language learners.
Unlike the numerous road closures experienced during Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia last fall, Penn’s Division of Public Safety said the Democratic National Convention set to take place July 25-28 should be more quiet around University City and students should experience fewer, if any, disturbances as a result of the convention.