The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded Penn a $5 million grant to professor Tulia Falleti for her project, “Dispossessions in the Americas: The Extraction of Bodies, Land, and Heritage from La Conquista to the Present."
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Professor Tulia Falleti will teach PSCI 313: People of the Land: Indigeneity and Politics in Argentina and Chile.
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Newly appointed Wharton Dean Diana Robertson hopes to create a stronger community in Wharton.
At Penn, the baseball team has come up short the last several years, with the Quakers missing out on the Ivy League Championship Series in 2019.