Fighting oppression is more effective through smaller, more individual grassroots movements, activists told Penn students Monday at a Perry World House panel to celebrate International Women's Day earlier this month.
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Harvard’s John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences now requires faculty to submit reports detailing their efforts to improve the school's diversity, the Harvard Crimson reported.
CogWell @ Penn, a student-run organization that promotes mental health, held its biannual active listening training on Sunday to inform students on how to better support their peers who are struggling with their mental health.
Six School of Social Policy & Practice faculty members have been recognized among the top 100 most influential social work faculty.
Penn's third annual OWN IT summit shifted focus this year from women's leadership to women's empowerment and inclusion of all genders. This year, Penn's chapter also modified its group's mission statement, broadening it to cover all genders rather than solely women. The event took place Saturday and featured 25 women leaders from different industries and backgrounds who discussed navigating the male-dominated world.
The Knight Commission on Trust, Media, and Democracy, of which Penn President Amy Gutmann is a member, released a new report on restoring public faith in news corporations.