A study from Penn’s Computational Social Science Lab indicates that consumption of misinformation and extremist content on YouTube may be a result of user preference and the online content ecosystem, rather than YouTube’s recommendation algorithm.
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On Sunday, members of SEPTA's largest labor union voted to authorize a strike if a new contract is not signed by Nov. 1.
Toorjo Ghose, associate professor in the School of Social Policy & Practice, has received a Fulbright United States Scholar award to India, where he will teach at the Presidency University of Kolkata.
Philadelphia expanded vaccine eligibility on Monday to include four more categories of essential workers.
Penn named Kevin Johnson, a professor at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, the 27th Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor.
Swarthmore College is planning for a primarily in-person residential learning experience during the fall 2021 semester.
This year's Wharton Undergraduate Healthcare Conference focused on the impact of COVID-19 on the health care industry, featuring speakers from Moderna and NewYork-Presbyterian.
Penn’s Board of Trustees approved the design for the new Vagelos Laboratory for Energy Science and Technology at 3200 Walnut Street.
Fenjan, Penn's first undergraduate journal on the Middle East and North Africa, officially launched this semester with its first issue exploring contemporary politics in the region.
Penn Medicine clinicians and Philadelphia museums are collaborating on a new weekly newsletter, Rx/Museum, to encourage physicians to discuss how human nature and philosophical ideas relate to medical practices.