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Academics

11/15/22 8:43am
1997 Wharton graduate Wendy Holman, her husband Wayne Holman, and their family donated the multimillion dollar gift to Penn to rename the library and fund its upkeep.
11/11/22 12:26am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to upperclassmen and faculty who offered three main pieces of advice for first-year students.
11/11/22 12:24am
The Daily Pennsylvanian made a list of fun classes with low difficulty ratings that are scheduled for next spring.
11/10/22 1:38am
Performing arts groups at Penn often have rehearsal schedules throughout the semester that range from 6 to 20 hours a week.
11/07/22 11:18pm
Advance course registration for spring 2023 closes on Nov. 13.
11/04/22 4:09am
The decision to create virtual, flexible education options comes in the wake of decreased enrollment in MBA programs, hesitations about the cost of education, and a competitive job market.
11/03/22 2:45am
The discussion focused on Konnikova's two recent bestsellers, "The Biggest Bluff" and "The Confidence Game."
11/02/22 2:27am
O’Connor served as a professor of ancient Egyptian history and archeology and as a curator of the Penn Museum's Egyptian collection, according to the Penn Almanac.
10/26/22 11:13pm
The event discussed the causes behind migration trends in Europe, the resurgence of anti-immigration biases, and what the European Union and the United Kingdom can do to support migrants.
10/26/22 9:14pm
Annenberg School for Communication Dean John Jackson hosted the event in Irvine Auditorium.
10/26/22 5:54pm
Penn Charter, founded by William Penn, is believed to be the oldest Quaker school globally in the United States.
10/25/22 12:30am
Gil Hovav is the great-grandson of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, who began the revival of Hebrew as a spoken language.
10/24/22 1:14am
Bridge to Math, formerly known as Bridge to Math 114, is a student-led initiative that started last year 
10/20/22 12:52am
PeopleJoy can help Penn employees determine their eligibility for the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program spearheaded by the Biden administration.
10/20/22 12:18am
The program aims to enable researchers to pursue questions with groundbreaking answers. 
10/19/22 8:10pm
The University’s funding plan will be announced at the Oct. 26 University Council meeting and will sustain the center for four and a half years.
10/18/22 12:31am
The exhibit — which will be on display until Dec. 16 — features one of the most complete collections of Japanese illustrative books of any North American institution. 
10/13/22 8:49pm
Karen Winey, Penn Engineering professor, has received $2.2 million from the Department of Energy to fund research in synthesizing cleaner and more efficient fuel cell technologies. 
10/10/22 12:31am
The ESGB concentration, which will be offered at the undergraduate level, requires the completion of 4.0 credit units of coursework from a list of approved courses.
10/05/22 12:51am
The new hires and leadership spark hope for faculty after fears of the program's survival at Penn, ASAM program faculty said.