There’s always something new going on at Penn’s four undergraduate schools and 12 graduate schools. Look here for information on upcoming academic initiatives, new classes and research conducted by professors and students.
Penn Abroad announced eighteen Penn Global Seminars for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Ben-Amos began teaching at Penn in 1967, serving as a professor and eventually chairman of the Department of Folklore and Folklife.
Out of the top ten universities named by applicants as their "dream" schools, Penn ranked higher than five other Ivy League institutions.
The following courses are currently being taught in the spring 2023 semester.
The Department of State included Penn on this year’s list of institutions with the highest number of accepted Fulbright applicants.
The award will cover complete tuition for two years of study at any university in the United Kingdom.
Use the DP's guide, based on data provided by Path@Penn, to see which classes "double count" before Advanced Registration ends on April 3.
Robert Ghrist, an acclaimed applied mathematics researcher, will begin his new position on July 1.
Second-year students in the Wharton MBA Program for Executives founded CSG in 2022 to invest in sports franchises.
The Bonner Community Scholars Program aims to increase access to higher education for first-generation and low-income students.
King will join Wharton as a professor in health care management from the Yale School of Management.
Economics majors are no longer required to take MATH 1400: "Calculus I" and MATH 1410: "Calculus II."
The agreements will allow the three universities to collaborate on research and initiatives aiming to improve oral health.
The ABA House of Delegates rejected a proposed revision to its accreditation standards that would end the mandatory use of admission tests such as the LSAT.
The new collection of award-winning children's books features characters from diverse backgrounds.
Engheta is among nine laureates recognized by the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia for outstanding achievements in science, engineering, and industry.
The DP examined the key players in the Wax proceedings, which include eight faculty members whose appointments span multiple schools at Penn.
The restoration will include new HVAC systems, upgraded windows and roofing, all-gender restrooms, updates to office suites and classrooms, and new elevators.
Jackson, who is also the Richard Perry University professor at the University of Pennsylvania, will succeed Interim Provost Beth Winkelstein.
The analysis found that Penn has only 24 days off this academic year out of all weekdays, reading days, and exam days in the school year.