Members of the Class of 2021 may not all use the Common Application to apply to Penn.
Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
Penn's faculty members are keeping up with the latest social media trends.
Penn’s Critical Writing Seminar — whether you love it, hate it or want to forget about it — just got a facelift.
Statistically speaking, statistics majors are pretty likely to find a job.
Ever wondered what kinds of microbes grow on the Ben Franklin bench? Introductory Biology students are set to find out.
A Penn professor has weighed in on the recent debate about the overprotection of millennials. Bioethics professor Jonathan Moreno does not believe that university students are as coddled as some make them out to be, and they can handle sensitive topics maturely.
There is no typical recitation — they come in all sizes and subjects, with each professor choosing to structure them differently. But in certain classes, traditional models of recitations are in flux.
Sharrona Pearl is a Communication professor who doesn’t have a cell phone — and the irony of that statement isn’t even part of her reasoning.
Even academics at Penn aren’t exempt from the frenzy in anticipation of Pope Francis’ visit. A number of professors are integrating pope-themed essays and field trips into their classes.
Some students see their on- or off-campus jobs as an escape from classes and homework, but one group of students makes money by helping others with their schoolwork.
Penn’s presence as a global entity has been at the forefront lately, between the ever-present construction of the Perry World House on Locust Walk, and Penn President Amy Gutmann’s presence in China moderating the Silfen Forum just last week. On Wednesday, Penn in Latin America and the Caribbean is hosting a conference on Penn’s campus to further cement this global status.
Black students in southern states are disproportionately suspended and expelled in kindergarten through 12th grade, according to a recent study released by Penn’s Graduate School of Education.
Annenberg professor Barbie Zelizer was recently featured in a CNN article to weigh in on the somber debate of whether news outlets should publish the disturbing footage of the on-air shootings of Alison Parker and Adam Ward. Though a difficult issue, she is something of an expert on the topic.
Every July, Penn dominates in a soccer world championship. But it’s not the students on the field.
Wharton isn’t the only place you can find entrepreneurs at Penn.
An enormous bookshelf covers one wall of Law professor Kermit Roosevelt’s office on the second floor of Penn’s Law School building, and more books litter the floor and are spread over his desk. On one shelf, the distinctive red and black spine adorns several copies of his most recent work, historical fiction novel “Allegiance."
Incoming students planning to pursue biology coursework may need to rethink their future schedules.
While Penn professors teaching Open Learning classes have to dedicate a lot of their time and resources to millions of online learners, the opportunity to contribute to the future of education is incentive enough.
Penn’s student Medical Emergency Response Team may seem rather enigmatic. The acronym MERT is heard frequently enough around campus, primarily in the form of a verb — getting “MERTed” — when someone has to be attended to for overdoing it on a weekend night. But many students don’t know much about the organization beyond its reputation as a fleet of late-night rescuers. In the coming week, MERT is working to show that its organization is even more than that through its inaugural First Aid Week, which stretches from Sunday to Friday.
How do you get 1,000 people to pay anywhere up to $100 to spend eight hours in the Zellerbach Theatre on the most beautiful day of spring thus far? Erect a “giving tree” where people can add sticky notes detailing their plans for the future, set up a 3-D printer demonstration with free keychains and mini sharks and provide googly eyes and sparkly hats for spontaneous photo shoots in front of a TEDxPenn patterned backdrop.