Barbara Lowery, a long-time Nursing School professor and administrator, died of cancer early Thursday morning.
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The Provost's Office is in the process of implementing a new involuntary leave of absence policy.
The University's endowment has remained steady at around $3.4 billion despite economic hardships over the past year, officials announced at yesterday's Board of Trustees Executive Committee meeting.
Preliminary numbers on Penn's endowment performance will be released today, and while administrators say the endowment is down, the loss is much smaller than many peer institutions are suffering.
Major General Clifford Stanley is set to take command of Penn's business activities next month.
The Annenberg School for Communication has received a $100 million gift from the Annenberg Foundation, University officials announced yesterday.
In the 20 years that U.S. News and World Report has published its annual college rankings, the publication has certainly faced its share of criticism. College and university administrators have questioned the study's evaluation criteria, and higher education experts have speculated about the validity of the magazine's methodologies.
Historically, the position of college president has been a job of prestige and honor -- but not necessarily associated with financial success.
University President Judith Rodin's annual paycheck has climbed once again, continuing to assure her a spot among the highest paid administrators in the country.
The DP's analysis of the new executive vice president is also available online.
While newly-named Executive Vice President Maj. Gen. Clifford Stanley's military background might not be the most standard of routes to a top job in higher education, administrators say his skills as a leader make him a natural for his new role as Penn's top businessman.
Marine Corps Major General Clifford L. Stanley has been appointed Penn's executive vice president, University President Judith Rodin announced today.
University President Judith Rodin is scheduled to announce her appointment of a new executive vice president today at a press conference at College Hall, according to Penn officials.
As students flock back to campus and settle in for another year, University administrators are set to begin the semester without one key figure -- an executive vice president.
Hundreds of spectators gathered in Irvine Auditorium for an evening of high energy performances by step teams from Penn and throughout the country on April 27.
After months of intense preparation, Greeks are getting ready to show off their skills and compete at the annual Penn Relays Step Show.
Each year, 1,400 college students -- an average of four per day -- die due to alcohol-related injuries. And while Penn has not had an alcohol-related student death in several years, the numbers in the new study still cause concern among administrators.
Members of Penn's Greek community -- including students, administrators and alumni -- gathered last night to honor outstanding achievement at the annual Greek Awards Ceremony.
The Sigma Delta Tau sorority will be placed on a two-year probation for violating several University alcohol and anti-hazing policies, national organization policies and state laws during a February incident.
After the tragic death of Wharton undergraduate student Electra Bynoe, members of the University community are coming together to respond to the news and grieve the loss of a student and friend.