College junior Misha McDaniel is the 13th Penn student to receive the $34,000 award since its founding in 1975, and is one of 18 Beinecke Scholars chosen from applicants across the United States.
Since the move to remote teaching, some TAs said they are dedicating significantly more time to teaching and struggling to balance their work as both a teacher and student.
Some international students have said that they feel pressured to attend live lectures to sufficiently prepare for exams, and they now have less time to spend with their families at home.
While some students have expressed support for a semesterly Dean’s List based only on academic performance in fall 2019, the University has decided against this option.
Some students feel that they are unfairly paying for less rigorous classes and on-campus benefits that they are not receiving, including libraries and academic help centers.
Perry World House seeks to publish three to four diary entries per week, which can be submitted anonymously or under a byline.
For students who have not made a decision about pass/fail by April 13, the Office of the University Registrar has created a Petition for Change of Grading Option that students can fill out anytime from April 14 to April 29.
The talk was led by Ezekiel Emanuel, who is Penn's Vice Provost for Global Initiatives and served as a healthcare advisor in the Obama administration.
Provost Wendell Pritchett announced the change and the suspension of the 2019-2020 Dean's List in a Thursday afternoon email to Penn undergraduates.
Some professors say they do not use the tracking feature to take graded attendance but rather to check in on students who are not regularly viewing the lectures.
Currently, Penn allows students to change their courses to pass/fail grading until April 13, the earliest opt-in pass/fail deadline in the Ivy League by more than two weeks.
Penn Abroad anticipates there will be travel restrictions that affect fall semester study abroad programs. Currently, multiple countries have implemented restrictions on incoming travelers from the United States.
Are you a student in the College looking to get more bang for your buck in your fall 2020 course load? Here's a list of all the classes next semester that will let you "double count."
In a live discussion with Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett, Gutmann will offer her perspective on the actions of global leaders as well as Penn’s response to the crisis.
George Washington University professor Silvio Waisbord spoke about the online intimidation of journalists in a virtual event hosted by the Annenberg School for Communication.
To celebrate Women's History Month, the group published three new pages and added new information to 20 other Wikipedia articles about notable Penn-affiliated women.
In light of the coronavirus outbreak, five Ivy League schools — including Penn — have implemented an opt-in pass/fail policy, while three are mandatory pass/fail.
Harvard University, Stanford University, and Columbia University have established policies that make all classes graded on a pass/fail, pass/no credit, or satisfactory/no credit basis.
Students commended the school's transparency in the decision-making process and thanked the school for listening to student opinion before making a final decision.
Students praised the lecture, which analyzed policies intended to combat the coronavirus and their economic impacts, for its interdisciplinary approach.