The letter, which was sent to Vice Dean for Finance and Administration Matthew Lane Wednesday, petitions Penn to resolve the persistent maintenance issues that students and faculty working in DRL have faced for years.
Tangen Hall's construction will cost $46.35 million and will span 68,000 square feet.
Undergraduate student tuition will increase from $49,220 to $51,156 for the next academic year.
For the past 32 years, Narvekar has worked in Penn's Development & Alumni Relations Office, which plays a key role in fundraising for the University.
PennDesign has been one of the most tuition-dependent schools at Penn for the past several years, creating uncertainty over the future of the school because of the high financial risk that comes with varying enrollment sizes each year.
The Protecting Minors On Campus Policy, effective since Feb. 19, mandates that individuals working with children must undergo a three-part background check.
In meetings with several Penn administrators, student leaders of the 6B discussed the ongoing need for more space for minority students.
Stevenson has won several cases in the U.S. Supreme Court, most recently in a historic ruling that banned mandatory life-without-parole prison sentences for children 17 and younger.
Leary's first steps as director include the creation of a nursing innovation podcast. She assumed the position Feb. 1 after working part time as an innovation specialist in the Office of Nursing Research.
In February 2018, Penn announced that it would remove 1963 College graduate Steve Wynn's name from "Wynn Commons" following sexual misconduct allegations against the former Trustee.
The salary, which is a 10.5 percent increase from her last reported salary of $3.5 million in 2015, makes her among the highest-paid university presidents in the nation.
Benoit Dubé said he aimed for a cultural shift at Penn that would allow people to be vulnerable about their difficulties and ask for help.
The group of donations comes amid the recent launch of the school's “Power of Penn Law: Advocates for a New Era” Campaign, which aims to increase accessibility, alleviate student debt, and hire innovative faculty members.
In the past, graduate student misconduct claims were handled by deans of the accuser’s school, which students said slowed responses to claims.
Jackson, who served as dean of Penn’s School of Social Policy & Practice before taking on the new role, took office Jan. 1.
King will oversee Career Services, Civic House, NROTC, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, the Office of Student Affairs, and Platt Student Performing Arts House.
Graduate student leaders who have advocated for the implementation of the University's online bias reporting form discuss what the follow-up process looks like for student users.
Jane Coyle Morris will replace Harriet Joseph, who served as CURF's executive director from 2008 until her retirement in 2018.
CAPS has been operating without a permanent executive director since Bill Alexander retired in August 2018 after nine years in the role.
The appointment comes more than four months after former director Felicity 'Litty' Paxton assumed the role of associate dean for undergraduate studies at Penn's Annenberg School for Communication.