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09/09/09 3:26am

Class of 2010 to graduate wearing recycled plastic bottles

When the class of 2010 enters Franklin Field in the spring for their commencement ceremony, they will be surrounded by about 57,500 recycled plastic bottles - or at least caps and gowns made from them.
09/09/09 12:39am

Summer Recap | U. announces ninth and 10th PIK profs

This summer, University President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price announced Karen Glanz and Shelley Berger as the ninth and 10th Penn Integrates Knowledge Professors, respectively.
09/09/09 12:38am

Summer Recap | Redrafting the writing seminar

In an effort to harmonize the final product, the Critical Writing Program fine-tuned its writing seminars over the summer.
09/04/09 1:38am

STUDYING | After NSO, it's time to hit the books

For freshmen, the week of New Student Orientation is a blur of activities, new faces and navigating Locust Walk. But in between the fraternity parties and finding our way from the Quadrangle to Hayden Hall, Penn students do find time to study.
06/18/09 5:00am
Two years of an extreme makeover finally paid off.
06/11/09 6:04pm

Harvard to endow chair in LGBT studies

Harvard University announced it will create the first endowed professorship for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies in the United States.
06/11/09 5:59pm

SAS to offer a new course of graduate study

This fall, Penn’s Organizational Dynamics department in the School of Arts and Sciences plans to introduce a new Organizational Consulting and Executive Coaching concentration to its Master of Science degree in Organizational Dynamics.
06/11/09 5:52pm

Congress questions online learning

Debates over the status of online education are leading both congressmen and educators to reassess the legitimacy of learning behind-the-screens.
06/11/09 5:31pm

U. selects new PIK professor

The offices of the President and the Provost announced earlier this week that Karen Glanz has been appointed as the ninth Penn Integrates Knowledge professor, the first in the School of Nursing.
01/01/70 1:00am
Of the 450 students currently enrolled in study abroad programs, only 41 of those students are engineers, and just four are nurses.