As the University prepares for a hybrid fall semester, it plans to implement a Student Campus Compact in efforts to mitigate the risk of Penn community members from contracting the coronavirus.
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The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation announced the eight project awardees of grants for proposals led by or primarily serving Black artists and practitioners within the Penn community.
The undergraduate chemistry department announced that in fall 2020 and onwards, the 1.0 course unit organic chemistry lab, CHEM 245 Experimental Organic Chemistry, will be offered as two 0.5 course unit labs.
Penn's Sachs Program for Arts Innovation is funding a new grant initiative to support Black artists and practitioners within the University community, in response to the George Floyd protests against racial injustice.
Fuel Our Heroes, a student-run campaign that fundraises for frontline medical professionals, launched its Penn-specific branch on May 11 to support Penn Medicine employees during the coronavirus pandemic.
Penn was ranked eighth best university in the U.S. and 15th in the world by Quacquarelli Symonds, which publishes annual ranking reports of the best universities.
The owners of the Franklin's Table eatery Goldie are set to open a second Israeli food spot at Franklin's Table, according to a press release from Penn Facilities and Real Estate Services. Dizengoff is a small Philadelphia chain serving Israeli-inspired hummus with an array of toppings, from tabouleh to beets to chicken.
Penn’s Asian American Studies program, which has long advocated for additional funding and faculty members, is offering two new courses next semester.
Penn Labs has launched a new website to let students “favorite” their preferred dining halls, look for new study spaces on and off campus, and even recommend food trucks to their friends.