Next year, seven Penn students and one recent graduate will have the chance to pursue graduate programs in the United Kingdom on the dime — or more aptly, pence — of the Thouron Award, a 51-year-old Penn-specific award designed to foster better Anglo-American relations.
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While some peer schools are hedging their bets that online education is part of the future, Penn is taking a more decentralized approach.
While President Barack Obama is in the process of rolling out a series of bold new higher education initiatives, Penn administrators say the White House’s ideas will likely leave the University untouched.
As Penn prepares to enter the beginning phases of its reaccreditation review for the 2013-14 academic year, similar efforts at peer schools may provide some insight into what’s to come.
On the heels of recent alterations to Penn’s calendar for the 2013-14 academic year, the University’s on-the-horizon reaccreditation review is once again prompting changes for undergraduates.
This year, early admissions anxiety didn’t stop with students.
Every year, around 600 Penn students study abroad. On top of the difficulties that come with working out credits and requirements, these students also face the challenge of arranging half-semester housing. But with a little planning and awareness, it can be relatively easy to overcome the problems.
Sharif Abdel Kouddous is mad at the corporate media.
Fresh off the plane from Dubai, two Palestinian rights activists didn’t even have time to rest before speaking to students at Penn.
These days, when an event is billed as vampire related, one might expect the target audience to be mostly made up of adolescent girls.