KWH Faculty Director Al Filreis will host the conversation, which will take place at the Arts Café at 12 p.m. and will be livestreamed on YouTube.
Student Sustainability Association at Penn hopes that by shifting the focus of their work, they will be able to bring more students into the fight against climate change.
Mann is the first appointment made for Penn’s Energy and Sustainability Initiative, which will provide resources to 10 faculty members working in key climate areas.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Rob Nelson, Executive Director for Academic Technology & Planning, on March 24, who shared five tips for navigating Path@Penn.
Chief Wellness Officer Benoit Dubé told The Daily Pennsylvanian that the decision was implemented following consultations with “student and faculty stakeholders on campus.”
While some students are excited about a return to normalcy, other students still have concerns for at-risk populations who are much more vulnerable to infection.
Saturday's events included opening remarks from School of Arts & Sciences Dean Steven Fluharty, a keynote speech by author Cathy Park Hong, alumni panels, and performances from student groups.
For the competition, teams were tasked to come up with a project analyzing NFL teams using three years of data.
The course consists of a five mandatory 90-minute class sessions and a Leadership Venture over spring break that involved hiking, biking, and canoeing in Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
The center will be renamed the Ellen and Ronald Caplan Cancer Center in honor of the donors. The $10 million donation is the largest the Wistar Institute has received to date.
Between now and June, students will be using both Path@Penn and Penn InTouch for registration and academic planning.
Nearly 200 individuals gathered Wednesday — virtually and in person — to listen to the event's panelists address the U.S. government's response to the crisis and how other nations will likely respond.
Penn Nursing assistant professor Shoshana Aronowitz will moderate the event, which will be co-sponsored by the Center for Health Economics of Treatment Interventions for Substance Use Disorder, HCV, and HIV.
Jariwala and Chen are among the 118 recipients of the two-year fellowship, which awards $75,000 to winners to fund their research.
Burns, an Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker and Academy Award nominee, will give the Commencement speech and receive an honorary doctor of arts degree from Penn.
The fellows will have access to laboratories focused on infectious disease-related research topics, including vaccine development, tropical medicine, public health, and ecology, according to Penn Vet.
Platt and Sterling aimed to research why there was such a considerable discrepancy between deaths of despair in the U.S. compared to other countries.
Jeffrey Lieberman serves as chair of the Columbia University Psychiatry Department as well as psychiatrist-in-chief at the Columbia-affiliated NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.
Beavers, who has taught at Penn for over 30 years, will discuss his work in contemporary African American literature.
The event will be held virtually from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will focus on solving problems at the intersection of environmental sustainability and Indigenous issues.