In the spring of 2018, there were 377 waitlist entries submitted for a Computer and Information Science elective course entitled, "Applied Machine Learning," which caps enrollment at 150.
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Another national politician is making his way onto Penn’s campus this year.
The Master of Computer and Information Technology (MCIT) program will be available online for graduate-level students as of spring 2019. The program is the first completely online degree that Penn has ever offered.
Wawa was named as the best sandwich shop in America, beating out the likes of Firehouse Subs, Jersey Mike’s, and Jimmy John’s in a nationwide consumer survey.
Many gathered at Baker Forum in Huntsman Hall for the annual Wharton Passion Projects showcase, where students presented their projects that focused on a range of topics, from Halal food recipes to teaching students about the responsibilities of working on a farm.
Campus is decked out in red and blue as "baby Quakers" — the admitted students to the Class of 2022 — visit Penn for the first time since being admitted through the regular decision process this year.
A host of Penn students, particularly those studying computer science, are posting photos to social media about Penn's diversity statistics in the field.
Former CEO of Wynn Resorts, former Finance Chair for the Republican National Committee, and 1963 College graduate Steve Wynn is reportedly preparing to sell off at least two high-profile pieces at an auction at Christie’s New York next month, ArtNet News reported.
Pennsylvania has the second-highest sales of organic products, only surpassed by California, according to a report published last year by the United States Department of Agriculture.
Amid discussions about gun violence at schools, proposals to arm American teachers have surfaced in public discourse. At Penn and across the country, educators are pushing back against proposals to arm teachers with weapons.
Members of the Penn community braved the snowy weather and gathered at Van Pelt Library for the teach-in event “The Knowledge and Practice of Well-Being" on March 20.
In a recent study, researchers at Penn's School of Engineering and Applied Science have made significant progress in understanding how drugs are transferred across the human placental barrier.
Commuters in Philadelphia may have been surprised in recent weeks to see a new option in their Uber applications for an "Express Pool" ride. The new service, launched at the end of February, matches ride-seekers based on their location and has them meet at a common pickup point.
Love is in the air this Valentine's Day at Penn, thanks in-part to the Penn Glee Club and its festive singing valentines.
Recent research conducted by a team of Penn neuroscientists has demonstrated that memory performance can be enhanced by up to 15 percent through precise and repeated electrical stimulation to the left side of the brain.