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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.

10/03/22 12:42am
“In the Shadow of a Mad King” is the most recent addition to over 90 books that Jerome Rothenberg has published.
10/03/22 12:33am
The prize, a partnership between Penn GSE and the Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Family Foundation, is awarded annually to educators doing groundbreaking work.
09/25/22 11:24pm
The students conducted research to gain a deeper understanding of the roles of the cancer care partners by focusing on their identities, such as gender and race.
09/22/22 11:46pm
Posters were displayed from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. throughout Houston Hall, and topics ranged from historical analyses of literature to identifying genetic markers for diabetes.
09/22/22 11:45pm
Students who attend the conference will have the opportunity to participate in panels with notable speakers, attend professional workshops, and explore a career fair.
09/19/22 12:26am
Students voiced concerns about the MEC at an open session regarding Penn's upcoming re-evaluation with the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
09/14/22 12:00am
The lecture series will take place on Sept. 14, starting at noon at the Benjamin Franklin statue in front of College Hall.
09/13/22 12:06am
Data for the 2021-2022 academic year shows a 43% decrease in academic integrity violations and a 45% decrease in student conduct violations when compared to the 2020-2021 academic year.
09/12/22 1:43am
The event was held on Sept. 8 at 6 p.m. and featured 1983 PhD graduate Andreas Albrecht, now a physics professor at the University of California at Davis.
09/05/22 11:38pm
The Kidney Innovation Center will address the growing need for research in the medical understanding of and treatment for kidney disease.
08/31/22 6:31am
The investigation began after the peer-reviewed Journal of Neurotrauma issued a full retraction of three of Armstead’s research papers in June, as per Armstead’s request. 
08/30/22 9:26pm
Phan joins a research study that aims “to rethink the modeling, analyzing, and designing of a new generation of intelligent transportation systems."
08/29/22 10:04pm
Pre-First Year is a four-week academic intensive program prior to New Student Orientation that offers first-generation and low-income students one free elective credit at the conclusion of the program.
08/22/22 11:04pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian has gathered a list of 10 people to know on campus, ranging from the new president of the University to Wharton's youngest tenured and highest-rated professors.
08/22/22 11:01pm
As you finalize your schedule for the fall 2022 semester, here are five interesting classes to be aware of. 
08/22/22 10:13pm
Here's what you need to know about COVID-19 policies and guidance on campus for the fall 2022 semester. 
08/10/22 11:25pm
The statement responds to arguments made by the accused in April in hopes of dismissal of the suit.
07/14/22 1:20pm
The dean’s report, which was leaked online and lists examples of Wax making inflammatory comments to students and faculty, brings the professor closer to potentially facing termination. 
06/30/22 12:30am
The new policy, which replaces student loans with increases scholarship grants, took effect on June 23.
06/22/22 3:49pm
The program, which is sponsored by the U.S. government, allows students to study, conduct research, or teach English in various countries across the globe.