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.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to upperclassmen and faculty who offered three main pieces of advice for first-year students.
The Daily Pennsylvanian made a list of fun classes with low difficulty ratings that are scheduled for next spring.
Performing arts groups at Penn often have rehearsal schedules throughout the semester that range from 6 to 20 hours a week.
Advance course registration for spring 2023 closes on Nov. 13.
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.
The discussion focused on Konnikova's two recent bestsellers, "The Biggest Bluff" and "The Confidence Game."
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.
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.
Annenberg School for Communication Dean John Jackson hosted the event in Irvine Auditorium.
Penn Charter, founded by William Penn, is believed to be the oldest Quaker school globally in the United States.
Gil Hovav is the great-grandson of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, who began the revival of Hebrew as a spoken language.
Bridge to Math, formerly known as Bridge to Math 114, is a student-led initiative that started last year
PeopleJoy can help Penn employees determine their eligibility for the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program spearheaded by the Biden administration.
The program aims to enable researchers to pursue questions with groundbreaking answers.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The new hires and leadership spark hope for faculty after fears of the program's survival at Penn, ASAM program faculty said.