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Leaders of on-campus Greek organizations are concerned that a future requirement for sophomores to live on campus will make it difficult for them to fill their chapter houses.
Penn students will no longer be able to transfer to Wharton or add a dual degree with the business school at the end of their sophomore year or later.
Four award-winning journalists and Penn alumni spoke to students about their career paths and the necessity for journalists to develop diverse skills at the Kelly Writers House this Thursday.
The Penn Futures Project, a collaborative effort among three Penn schools to serve the Philadelphia community, has appointed two new faculty leaders: Nutrition and Nursing professor Terri Lipman, and Child Development and Education professor Vivian Gadsden.
Boston University's Sara “Sally” Bachman will serve as the new dean of the School of Social Policy and Practice at Penn, Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Wendell Pritchett announced Wednesday.
After 20 years with Career Services, Barbara Hewitt will lead the department from this semester, replacing longtime director Patricia Rose, who retired this summer.
Mark Kocent knows the Quad. He should — he lived there for nine years: First as an undergraduate, then as a graduate student, and finally as Linda Kocent's husband when she was serving as a faculty fellow in the School of Nursing.
Summer is a busy time for construction at Penn, as both routine repairs and major projects get a head start while most students are off campus. This summer, construction projects include repairs to sidewalks, updates to building facades, and renovations of academic facilities.
Prospective Penn graduate students are facing visa application issues due to recent government restrictions on Chinese students pursuing certain high-tech fields in the United States.
Five students will receive free tuition for the remainder of their time at Penn after winning the Vagelos Challenge Award. The award recognizes students who have excelled in advanced science coursework and who are submatriculating into chemistry or physics graduate groups.
Far fewer students visit Counseling and Psychological Services in the summer than during the school year, but the department maintains its operations, albeit on a smaller scale, from May to August.
Over 90 percent of 2017 Penn Law graduates are employed in jobs that require passing the bar exam, a higher rate than many top law schools, according to this year's annual American Bar Association report on law school employment outcomes.
Multiple students say this year's Spring Fling concert — a "throwback show" featuring performances by CupcakKe, Sage the Gemini, JoJo, and The All-American Rejects — seemed to have a lower turnout rate than in previous years.
While faculty diversity has been improving at most of Penn's twelve schools, the School of Dental Medicine, School of Design, Wharton School, and School of Social Policy and Practice have experienced a trend in the opposite direction.
Over the past few years, Penn's School of Design has consistently been ranked one of the University's most tuition-dependent schools, which means that tuition is its primary source of revenue. The costly space and expensive technology, in addition to the limited research funding and gifts, places PennDesign in a situation with unique challenges.
Students studying in the United Kingdom will receive credit for courses missed due to teacher strikes but will not be reimbursed, Penn Abroad announced Monday.
As ethical quandaries posed by new technologies and oversights by major tech companies come to the forefront of public discourse, several universities have begun offering courses on the ethics of computer science and artificial intelligence. At Penn, computer and information science professors Ani Nenkova and Michael Kearns are hoping to continue this trend.
Many Penn students studying abroad in the United Kingdom have missed up to five weeks of classes due to teacher strikes and remain unsure whether or not Penn will give them course credit or reimburse them for missed lectures.
Penn’s Fels Institute of Government announced that it will be restructuring its Master of Public Administration program and will not be accepting applicants for the 2018-2019 academic year. Students and alumni have expressed confusion about the changes, and many say that Fels has not been transparent about the restructuring process.
Roughly 70 people crowded into the Hall of Flags in Houston Hall to attend the finale of Penn's Teach-In, the first event of its kind since 1969.