Penn Presbyterian Medical Center has appointed Bob Russell as its next chief executive officer. He assumes the role permanently after serving as the acting CEO for one year.
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Penn ranked No. 7 in this year’s The Wall Street Journal/College Pulse 2024 Best Colleges in the U.S. list.
The Stuart Weitzman School of Design created a new online program to encourage architects and other designers to incorporate climate action into their professional careers.
Penn’s Arthur Ross Gallery unveiled a new exhibition last Friday, which features a recently rediscovered Gustave Courbet landscape painting that has been unseen for almost 100 years.
The progressive Working Families Party announced their support for former City Councilmember Helen Gym in her campaign for Philadelphia mayor.
On Monday, President Joe Biden announced his nomination of Penn alumna Kathryn Lang to the Social Security Advisory Board.
Seven institutions in Pennsylvania — including the Penn Museum — continue to hold Native American remains, according to a new ProPublica and NBC News investigation.
Developers are planning a new 34-story building near Penn's campus on Chestnut Street that will contain over 360 units for individual apartments and group living.
Philadelphia experienced the highest change in average tech salary compared to other major cities across the United States, including regions that are considered to be tech havens like Silicon Valley.
Harvard University has agreed to return the remains of 19 people thought to be enslaved and thousands of Native Americans from their museum collection to their respective descendants.
Jay Arzu, a second-year Ph.D. student at Penn’s Stuart Weitzman School of Design, is leading a campaign to construct a new subway line in Northeast Philadelphia.
The Wistar Institute — a biomedical research organization with ties to Penn — began a new training program for aspiring biomedical technicians.
Former Yale University professor Bandy Lee plans to appeal the dismissal of her lawsuit against the university, in which she claimed that she was unlawfully fired over her tweets criticizing former President Donald Trump.
Penn’s $20.5 billion endowment grew 364.8% from 2000 to 2020, with the largest percent increase in endowment of all Ivy League universities.
Retired Perelman School of Medicine Pharmacology professor William Armstead’s research is under federal investigation for misconduct by the Office of Research Integrity, according to The Guardian.
On Friday, Penn and other elite universities filed a motion to dismiss the antitrust case which accused them of considering financial need in the college admissions process, with Yale University filing an individual motion to dismiss the lawsuit.
Philadelphia officials addressed errors in the health department's COVID-19 vaccine data dashboard on March 9 — which previously displayed incorrect vaccination rates for both adults and children.
University City Townhomes developer IBID Associates is planning to file a lawsuit against Philadelphia City Councilmember Jamie Gauthier following the passage of legislation preventing the townhomes from being sold and demolished.
As in-person instruction resumed this week, students were excited to be back in the classroom — but some felt uneasy in large, crowded lectures.
COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths are decreasing in Philadelphia, indicating that the peak in Omicron cases may have passed, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer.