At a summit in Beijing last month, Dean of the Law School Michael Fitts and Associate Dean for International Affairs Amy Gadsden were among nine American and 10 Chinese law deans who met to discuss the importance of the rule of law.
Psychiatry professor Jay Amsterdam has accused two of his colleagues, psychiatry professors Dwight Evans and Laszlo Gyulai, of signing their names to a ghostwritten paper.
Larry Jameson replaced Arthur Rubenstein as the dean of Penn's Perelman School of Medicine and executive vice president of UPHS.
The Perkins Loan program, which provides low-interest federal loans for needy students, may be cut to ease the national deficit.
Richard Hodges, who has been director since 2007, will assume an academic presidency in Italy.
The School of Nursing announced last Thursday that it will open a Center for Global Women’s Health next month in connection with UN Women — a UN entity dedicated to empowering women that was created this year.
Three American universities are allegedly involved in purchasing large tracts of land in Africa, according to a series of reports released this month.
Following local coverage of Kahn the camel’s presence and treatment at the Zeta Psi petting zoo during Spring Fling, the University may reexamine its policy on such events.
Major changes proposed to Penn's alcohol policy by the Interfraternity Council were met with resistance from administrators.
Nathan Ensmenger’s departure from the STSC department after being denied tenure is not the only faculty change that will affect the department next year.
Henry Teune, professor of Political Science, died on April 12 at the age of 75.
PIK professor Jonathan Moreno was chosen to replace STSC undergraduate chair Nathan Ensmenger Wednesday, following Ensmenger's recent tenure denial and decision to leave Penn.
It is unclear how an ongoing Title IX investigation at Yale University might affect other Ivy League campuses.
On March 30, Penn Housing Services will introduce the first fully-online housing application, among other changes, to all incoming students.
Starting in April, Penn's Payroll Office announced that it will only pay employees — including students and staff — through direct deposit or a new automated system.
A fake email sent to the Engineering community by a faculty member Monday morning announced that classes before noon in the Moore Building were canceled due to an electrical failure.
In response to a potential nuclear crisis in Japan, the Office of International Programs announced Wednesday that all upcoming Penn Abroad programs in the region have been put on hold.
Following one of the worst natural disasters in Japan’s history, Penn Abroad is asking students who have not begun their semester abroad in the country to return home.
Annenberg's Adam Levin is teaching in Kabul to lay the foundations for a media infrastructure in Afghanistan, despite facing life-threatening security concerns every day.
Penn President Amy Gutmann announced at a forum Wednesday that she and the Provost will release an action plan to increase faculty diversity by the end of this academic year.