Housing Initiative at Penn, a project team in the Weitzman School of Design, is working with cities across the country to design and implement rent subsidy programs in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power condemned the Trump administration's lack of international cooperation in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic at a virtual Perry World House event on Oct. 6.
The Penn Program in Environmental Humanities kicked off its 2020-2021 academic year webinar series this past week during Climate Week at Penn.
President and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump and former Penn professor and 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will both visit Pennsylvania on September 11.
Penn Urban Studies instructor and Fels Institute of Government senior consultant John Kromer recently released a book on the history of “insurgent” political candidates in Philadelphia elections.
The latest report from Wharton’s Project Sage shows increased financial returns from private equity and venture capital investments in funds that focus on advancing the lives of women.
Penn Medicine was selected to receive funding through a statewide initiative created to support and improve COVID-19 services in long-term care facilities.
President and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump’s reelection campaign filed a lawsuit against Pennsylvania’s Secretary of State and County Elections Boards, arguing that Pennsylvania’s use of mail-in ballot drop boxes in the June 2 primary election was unconstitutional and increased the threat of voter fraud.
Penn Medicine will include pregnant women, a demographic largely excluded from clinical research, in a trial examining the use of convalescent plasma to treat COVID-19 patients.
The strength of a nation's government structures and its level of economic inequality are key indicators of its ability to handle pandemics like COVID-19, according to new research by a Wharton professor.
A study conducted by Penn researchers found that Americans' political beliefs affected their decisions to voluntarily follow physical distancing guidelines early in the coronavirus pandemic.
Immunologists at Penn developed a new coronavirus antibody test to determine the infection rate among healthcare workers in mid-April.