The University required all faculty to enroll in the verification system by Oct. 31.
The campaign started last April when the ASAM UAB released an online video, which features several Penn students discussing what they have gained from their ASAM courses.
Harvard, Columbia, Princeton, and Yale universities all outranked Penn on the list.
The first four-day course will take place in March 2019 and will cost participants $6,500.
Gazzaniga is an author of many standard Penn introductory psychology and neuroscience textbooks.
Penn's student focus group explored levels of frustration with racism and discrimination, the role of democracy and human rights in U.S. foreign policy, and the depolarization of political parties.
The study was conducted on 227 pairs of identical twins. The twin subjected to less warmth at home was more likely to exhibit callous-unemotional (CU) traits.
So far, the school has held two trainings for Penn Dental affiliates and will continue to hold more until all students and staff can attend.
The Writing Center is moving from its home of 15 years at 3808 Walnut St. to the first and fourth floors of the McNeil Building on 3718 Locust Walk.
Are you a student in the College looking to get more bang for your buck in your spring 2019 course load? Here's a list of all the classes next semester that will let you "double-count."
The inception of the course taught by acclaimed English professor Jay Kirk marks the birth of Xfic, Penn’s premier literary journal in experimental nonfiction.
Each fellow is awarded with $625,000 to spend as they wish over the course of five years.
The program currently employs four global guides — three from Iraq and one from Syria.
History professor Kathy Peiss chronicled the paths of different pieces of literature tied to the Nazi regime after the end of World War II.
The Wharton finance professor was nominated by Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon at a joint press conference earlier this week.
The donation from 1984 Wharton graduate Marc J. Rowan and Carolyn Rowan surpassed Huntsman's $40 million, which had been the largest single contribution to Wharton for 20 years.
Before introducing the term 'highly–aided,' SFS identified these students as 'high–need.” Many didn't know, however, whether they qualified, in part because SFS did not publicly disclose the specific qualifications for a high–need student.
Wax explained her perspective in an digital talk with Brown University professor Glenn Loury as a part of his online discussion series, "The Glenn Show."
Nursing students must spend 12-16 hours per week over the course of five semesters working at clinical sites scattered throughout the Philadelphia area.
In early September, 1983 Wharton graduate Marc J. Leder donated $2 million to the Behavior Change for Good Initiative, which started two years ago.