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03/30/14 8:57pm

Joke Issue: Finding Memo's: Mexican restaurant to come to campus

Don Memo Mexican Restaurant will be coming to campus next month, the University announced Sunday.
03/27/14 9:54pm
John L. Jackson Jr., the next dean of the School of Social Policy & Practice, is the only one of four recently appointed deans who currently teaches at Penn.
03/27/14 6:24pm
Friends and family of former Penn President Sheldon Hackney remembered his life in Irvine Auditorium on Thursday night.
03/26/14 6:27pm

SP2 dean leaves legacy of revitalization, and a changed name

After 13 years as Dean of the School of Social Policy & Practice, Richard Gelles' contributions to SP2 have truly opened the door to a new era in the school’s history.
03/25/14 9:09pm
Following the fifth student suicide in 12 months, the University announced the creation of new permanent clinical positions at Counseling and Psychological Services for this fall — a move administrators say likely would have occurred without the student deaths.
03/23/14 12:59pm

Chair of Physics and Astronomy department appointed Associate Dean of Natural Sciences

As Associate Dean, Larry Gladney will oversee the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Earth and Environmental Science, Mathematics, Linguistics and Psychology, in addition to a number of research centers.
03/19/14 6:12pm
Cohen wants to see more financial transparency in political campaigns, based on his experiences first as campaign manager and then as chief of staffuncapitalized for former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell during Rendell's Philadelphia mayorship.
03/19/14 12:00pm
John Jackson, the Richard Perry University professor at Penn and a senior advisor for diversity in the Office of the Provost, is a cultural anthropologist, author and documentary filmmaker.
03/18/14 11:17pm
Documents provided to The Daily Pennsylvanian by a former CAPS psychiatrist give a glimpse into the inner workings of an office that has come under scrutiny this semester after two suicides just weeks apart.
03/17/14 11:38am
Geoffrey Garrett will take over for current Wharton dean Thomas Robertson on July 1.
03/16/14 8:50pm
Mathematics students and faculty are speaking out against the conversion of part of the Math-Physics-Astronomy Library into an active learning classroom.
03/16/14 5:32pm

Penn looks to students as future faculty members

Penn students considering a future career in higher education can expect support from the University in their endeavors.At February’s Board of Trustees meeting, President Amy Gutmann and Vice Provost for Faculty Anita Allen raised the issue of recruiting and retaining the best faculty.
03/15/14 10:24pm

Outgoing Dean of Nursing leaves legacy of diversity and innovation

Meleis headed the School of Nursing for the past twelve years
03/06/14 7:19pm

Libraries in DRL and Towne buildings to be repurposed

Part of the Math, Physics and Astronomy Library in David Rittenhouse Laboratories will be converted to an active learning classroom and the Engineering Library in the Towne Building will close at the end of the semester.
02/28/14 1:46pm

Penn announces $240 million financial aid campaign

The Challenge Fund is designed to raise $240 million by offering $1 million in matching funds to the first five donors of $1 million each.
02/27/14 9:41pm

New Nursing dean a Penn alum

Associate Dean for Research and Global Affairs at the University of Michigan School of Nursing Antonia Villarruel will be the next dean of Penn's School of Nursing.
02/27/14 7:20pm

In case you missed it: The Board of Trustees meeting

The DP takes a look at what happened at Yesterday's Board of Trustees meeting
02/27/14 4:55pm

Undergraduate tuition and fees pass $60,000

The cost for a Penn undergraduate education will cross the $60,000 mark for the first time in the 2014-2015 academic school year.
02/24/14 11:25pm

After 12 years, a new look at mental health policy

Twelve years before Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price announced the creation of a task force to study mental health on campus, a similar committee presented its findings to Penn’s provost in June 2002.
02/19/14 11:56pm

Students left off mental health task force

The lack of student representation on the newly created mental health task force drew sharp reactions from faculty and students alike after its announcement Wednesday afternoon.