Penn has received a $10 million donation to fund the creation of a new “world house” on campus, the University announced Tuesday.
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After serving in the position on an interim basis since July 2012, Hikaru Kozuma has been named Penn’s associate vice provost for student affairs, the Office of the Vice Provost for University Life announced.
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New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman and Coursera co-founder Daphne Koller will be among the panelists at an April 5 discussion about online learning and what it means for the future of higher education, the University announced Wednesday.
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Vice President Joe Biden will deliver this year’s commencement address, marking the first time ever that a sitting vice president has been Penn’s commencement speaker, the University announced Tuesday.
With Penn’s Making History campaign having come to a close, some are turning their attention away from the fundraising drive and to a new question: what’s next?
Easily surpassing its goal of $3.5 billion, Penn’s Making History campaign has brought in a total of $4.3 billion for the University, President Amy Gutmann announced to the Board of Trustees Thursday night.
Several ‘Making History’ goals remain to be met
A former Penn admissions officer who had shared excerpts from applicants’ essays on her personal Facebook page is no longer employed by the University.
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It was less than a decade after he left Penn in 1977, and Gary Ross found himself sitting in the home of his longtime friend Anne Spielberg.
In the face of student protests, Penn has decided to renew its contract with PNC Bank.
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The rain was pounding hard on Remy Manzi’s forehead as he held tight to his mother’s hand, stepping over bodies that lay forgotten alongside the road leading to his home in Kabgayi, Rwanda.
When Ruth Simmons and Jim Yong Kim announced last year that they would be stepping down from their posts as presidents of Brown University and Dartmouth College, the Ivy League lost its only racial or ethnic minority leaders at the time.
A group of Penn students has begun calling on the University to divest its financial holdings in fossil fuel companies, joining a national movement that has picked up steam over the past several months.
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Less than a year after Penn announced its partnership with Coursera, one of the University’s online classes may soon become among the first in the nation that can be taken for credit.