A few days ago, I graduated from Penn. It’s a moment I had anticipated for years, and now I am entering a world and workforce rife with uncertainty. While Penn taught me a lot of unexpected lessons regarding grit and perseverance, one in particular stands out in this current crisis: Try your best to understand and empathize with people who express opinions different from your own. If there was a single piece of advice I could offer to Penn students, it would be to find someone who disagrees with you and have a respectful conversation with them.
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New York Times bestselling author and renowned Penn psychology professor Angela Duckworth will receive the newly established Rosa Lee and Egbert Chang Professorship, which is a dual appointment at the Wharton School and the College of Arts and Sciences.
Penn President Amy Gutmann delivered a lecture in Wharton's online coronavirus course on Wednesday, criticizing the United States' response to the pandemic and admitting that the University has not yet decided the fate of the fall semester.
Penn recently signed a Power Purchase Agreement for the construction of two new solar energy facilities in central Pennsylvania to supply campus with renewable energy.
The Wharton School's six-week course focusing on the implications of the coronavirus on global business met for the first time on Wednesday.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney announced Sunday that all city residents must stay home effective Monday at 8 a.m. to curb the spread of coronavirus.
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