Current BBB students said the name change is a welcome shift that will make their major more easily explainable to the wider public.
Carey Law Dean of Students Felicia Lin, along with three other administrators, held an hour-and-a-half lunch Q&A session on Monday for any law students concerned about the school's renaming.
The eight inaugural recipients include a new Data Science for Finance course and a Women in Analytics and Data Science Conference.
As early as fall 2020, students will be able to spend a semester abroad at the Stockholm School of Economics, Fundação Getúlio Vargas in São Paulo, or Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona.
Freshmen who planned on studying actuarial science at Penn voiced frustration at the decision and the school's lack of a statement.
The study, which focused on West Point students, finds that cognitive abilities were the best predictor of academic and military grades, but physical ability and grit were more important for making it through the grueling initiation training.
“Global Environmental History from Paleolithic to Present" will address how changes in human social and government organization throughout history have affected the environment.
Lamberton will serve as the inaugural Alberto I. Duran President’s Distinguished Professor in Wharton’s Marketing Department. Lamberton previously taught at the University of Pittsburgh for more than 10 years.
Wharton Management professor Lindsey Cameron’s research concluded that employees are more likely to donate their time and money to their co-workers when they practice mindfulness.
Professor Michael Roberts said the course will serve as a crucial guide for students aiming to enter the field of finance, due to the changing nature of the industry and the prioritization of data analytics skills.
According to a 2019 report, more than 98% of the 664 graduates seeking employment received job offers.
Are you a student in the College looking to get more bang for your buck in your spring 2020 course load? Here's a list of all the classes next semester that will let you "double-count."
This is the second time the Architecture Department will offer "Topographical Stories: Architecture, Literature, and Cities," a seminar taught by professor David Leatherbarrow.
Overall, the ASAM program is offering eight courses this upcoming semester, which is consistent with the number of courses that have been offered in recent years.
Authors Saidiya Hartman, Erín Moure, Jenna Wortham, and Wesley Morris will visit Penn's campus as part of the Kelly Writers House Fellows program.
Engineering sophomores Sydney Baker, Sarthak Jain, Ronak Bhagia, and Arnav Joshi each won a spot on the UA.
This month, students voiced anger over Penn's decision to rename the design school and asserted that the Weitzman namesake does not accurately represent the school.
The course, "Archaeology in Pop Culture," will be offered as a freshman seminar taught by Anthropology professor Douglas Smit.
The LSAT was administered digitally for the first time on Sept. 21, where students took the test with a tablet and a stylus.
Researchers will use the grant to develop a special type of Positron Emission Tomography scan which will enable them to better study the progression of Parkinson’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases.