Penn students, faculty, schools, and centers led the University's second annual Climate Week this month, championing an approach of intersectionality to raising climate awareness and action.
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Penn experts on climate action, some of whom contributed to the groundbreaking Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change published this summer, are emphasizing the urgency of climate action and reaching net-zero carbon emissions, particularly after the recent severe flooding and tornadoes that tore through Philadelphia.
Penn professors largely regard Penn President Amy Gutmann's recent ambassadorial appointment as a positive step in reviving the United States' foreign relations with Germany, and an opportunity to create lasting change at home and abroad.
Penn Climate Ventures hosted a student climate startup competition in which a team from Penn placed second.
Art History professor Julie Nelson Davis was named a 2021 Guggenheim Fellow.
Over 800 Penn faculty, staff, and students have committed to spending 30 minutes outside for the 30 days of April as part of the annual 30x30 Challenge.
Several Penn students were among the more than 25,000 Philadelphians vaccinated through the Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium over the last month.
Philadelphia’s Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium vaccinated 4,000 people in the city's first 24-hour mass vaccination clinic this weekend.
A new study by researchers at The Annenberg School for Communication suggests mobile devices have encouraged a diversification of news sourcing.
Penn was ranked No. 14 in U.S. News and World Report's 2021 ranking of the Best Global Universities, up from No. 17 in last year's ranking.
The United States Supreme Court formally declined to hear a case challenging Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s decision to close all non-life-sustaining businesses in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.