Catherine Seavitt Nordenson was elected to serve as the next chair of the Department of Landscape Architecture in the School of Design.
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Eight weeks into their annual Incubator program, members of the Wharton Undergraduate Healthcare Club reflect on their experience, which is slated to conclude in early April.
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A group of students in the Roy and Diana Vagelos Program in Life Sciences & Management won the 2023 Penn Y-Prize Competition.
Attendees of the Penn India Engagement Forum pledged to strengthen Penn and India’s collaborations in health care, education, and technology.
Beginning this fall, 11 of the 2022 Forbes top 20 United States universities — including Penn — will be led by a woman or person of color, according to a new Forbes article.
The only current advanced-stage HIV vaccine clinical trial has ended early after results showed that the vaccine did not prevent infection.
Saint Joseph’s University plans to merge with the Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences in Lancaster.
Four sophomores have founded the Penn chapter of DiversaTech, a tech consulting club focused on bringing together engineering, design, and business backgrounds.
Penn's branch of Big Brothers Big Sisters — a youth mentoring organization with branches across the country — pairs students with elementary and middle school students in the Philadelphia area.
Philadelphia may reinstate a mask mandate for all indoor public spaces as COVID-19 cases in the city increase.
Penn Climate Ventures is hosting its second annual Penn Climate Ventures Prize competition, which allows students to pitch solutions to global sustainability issues, from March 25 to April 16.
A team of four Penn graduate students won $15,000 as finalists for the 2021-2022 NFL Big Data Bowl competition and presented their project on March 18.
The Philadelphia City Council is set to vote March 2 on whether to create a Philadelphia Public Financial Authority and become the first U.S. city to charter a public bank.
College and Wharton junior Kristen Sardis started a club that provides free swim lessons for special needs children in Philadelphia at Pottruck Health and Fitness Center.
The College Board announced that the SAT will become entirely digital beginning in 2023 for international students and 2024 for students in the United States.
After completing finals, Wharton first-year Ryan Torres ran and power walked almost 100 miles from Locust Walk to the Penn Club in New York City.
Penn Medicine researchers found that two gene variants present in 40% of Black Americans are linked to COVID-19 severity and sepsis.
A Penn professor is one of five scientists to receive a $9 million grant to identify the parts of the brain most vulnerable to Parkinson's disease.
Engineering first year Jared Caspar never planned to take a gap year. In August 2020, he had already found a roommate, finalized his class schedule, and even picked out his dorm posters. But once Penn moved all classes online for the fall 2020 semester to prevent the spread of COVID-19, his mindset changed.