Penn has closed registration for Friday’s “Time to Shine” Making History campaign celebration, the Office of Development and Alumni Relations confirmed Thursday evening.
Cutting-edge, genome-wide tests can find rare mutations even high-power microscopes cannot detect
Laurie McCall had been serving as interim director of Platt since November 2012, when the former director Ty Furman left Penn.
History and Africana Studies professor Eve Troutt Powell will serve as the next associate dean for graduate studies in the School of Arts and Sciences, the University announced Monday.
School of Nursing Dean Afaf Meleis, who has held her deanship at Penn for more than a decade, plans to step down from her current position at the end of her term in June 2014, the University announced Wednesday.
Peter Ammon, one of the directors of the nation’s second-largest university endowment, will serve as Penn’s next chief investment officer, the University announced Tuesday.
On Friday and Saturday, Penn hosted hundreds of university professors and administrators from around the world to discuss the future of massive open online courses.
Graduate School of Education Dean Andy Porter will retire at the end of his current contract in June 2014, the University announced Thursday.
Only three percent of business school professors in the United States are minorities.
The effort to push for better wages and benefits for non-unionized dining hall workers at Penn became public Monday morning. But those who help prepare students’ food were already complaining discreetly about inequities in their working conditions.
On Monday morning, dining hall workers and Student Labor Action Project members delivered a concerted activity letter to the Penn Business Services office to notify Penn of the employees’ organizing efforts.
For the fourth year in a row, the price of a Penn education will increase by 3.9 percent for the upcoming school year, the University announced Thursday.
John Legend and Train will perform at a celebration of the University’s Making History fundraising campaign on April 19.
Hikaru Kozuma has been named Penn’s associate vice provost for student affairs, the Office of the Vice Provost for University Life announced.
Part of the $4.3 billion bought in by Penn’s Making History campaign is due to the efforts of students here on campus.
This year’s new Penn Alumni Interview Program had an ambitious goal of interviewing 100 percent of applicants by 2015, and in this year’s admissions cycle, Penn has gotten closer. .
The Law School is partnering with the Wharton School to launch the first management program for law students of its kind.
The University announced Monday evening that Ronald Perelman has donated $25 million to create a new center for political science and economics on campus.
Thomas Murphy, the chief information officer at DaVita HealthCare Partners, will serve as Penn’s next vice president for information technology and CIO, the University announced Wednesday.
Steven Fluharty sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian the other day to discuss some of his priorities as he transitions into his new role at SAS.