Administration

04/13/18 1:41am
PennDesign has consistently fallen in one of the top two spots for Penn's most tuition-dependent schools for the past several years, placing first in 2017.
04/12/18 11:35pm
On April 10, Penn announced an ad hoc Consultative Committee to advise the University in selecting a new Dean for SP2. 
04/12/18 12:50am
The campaign is titled 'Power of Penn Campaign: Advancing Knowledge for Good' and aims to raise $4.1 billion dollar in four years. 
04/11/18 1:00pm
Kong's parents allege in their complaint that Penn neglected to prevent Kong from dying of suicide and does not have the proper mental health resources to support similar students.
04/10/18 11:50pm
The new terms of the three year contract, will provide a pay increase for officers, changes in officer pension plan, and includes new language allowing officers to review body camera footage during disciplinary hearings. 
04/10/18 5:15pm
Parents of former Wharton junior Olivia Kong are the third group of individuals in the last three years to sue the University for being negligent towards a student who later died by suicide.   
04/09/18 10:15pm
Wax has become known to make controversial statements promoting 'bourgeois culture' and most recently declared that black students rarely graduate top of their class.
04/08/18 11:59pm
Dartmouth, Harvard, Yale, Brown, Princeton, and Stanford all have blanket prohibitions on undergraduate-faculty relationships for undergraduates, similar to the one Penn just implemented.
04/08/18 11:50pm
Throughout the symposium, several speakers drew parallels between the divides in society during World War I and society today.
04/06/18 7:37pm
Wharton junior Michelle Lyu, who first met Troy during her freshman year at Hillel's Falk Dining Commons, decided to start a fundraiser to help the Harris family. Currently, over 200 donations have raised over $8,000. 
04/05/18 10:21pm
Created under Gutmann’s Penn Compact 2020, the Prizes grant students up to $100,000 to implement their projects the year after graduation, as well as $50,000 for each student to stipend living expenses. 
04/05/18 2:54am
The contract between the PPA and the University expired on July 31, 2017 and until this point had not been renewed since representatives from the union and DPS had not been able to agree on the terms of the contract.
04/04/18 4:19am
Alexander prepares to retire on Aug. 31, but over the past near decade, he has led Counseling and Psychological Services through a period of growth and increased scrutiny. 
04/04/18 2:06am
The report from Penn's Office of the Ombudsman for the 2016-2017 academic year highlights a growing number of complaints relating to aggressive behavior and unfair treatment on campus. 
04/03/18 4:30am
At the first Campus Conversation, President Gutmann and Provost Pritchett sat on the panel, but Monday, Pritchett sat in the first row as an audience member, and Gutmann was not present.
04/03/18 3:16am
Gutmann has remained largely silent since Trump took office, focusing on policy rather than the Penn alum and president himself.
04/01/18 5:47pm
The program’s recent expansion was announced shortly after the first Campus Conversation as a part of the University’s Campaign for Wellness. 
03/31/18 10:17pm
The announcement of the center comes after a recent security breach at Penn, where approximately 9,000 student had their information accessed through advance registration lists. 
03/30/18 11:09pm
In order to sell items with the Penn logo, vendors must apply to the University for a license and, once received, must pay Penn a 10 percent royalty fee of the item’s wholesale cost.
03/30/18 10:43pm
Cosby’s lawyers claimed that the judge's wife has a conflict of interest because his wife is a CAPS counselor for victims of sexual assault and has advocated for victims in the past.