The James D. McDonough Fellowship in Queer Art History was spearheaded by Katz, an associate professor of practice in the History of Art department.
At the performance, 16 songwriters in the club will perform original songs from a variety of genres that club members have collaborated on during weekly meetings throughout the semester.
The discussion focused on Konnikova's two recent bestsellers, "The Biggest Bluff" and "The Confidence Game."
The event took place outside in front of the Pottruck Health and Fitness Center, and much of the food was provided by Sharing Excess, a non-profit dedicated to eliminating food waste.
Members of the ARCH steering committee have new updates to the structural and operational functions of the redesigned building, including carving out a physical space for Natives at Penn.
The percentage of female top earners across Philadelphia's top 100 public companies now stands at 15%, female executives at 19%, and female directors at 25%.
The event discussed the causes behind migration trends in Europe, the resurgence of anti-immigration biases, and what the European Union and the United Kingdom can do to support migrants.
Annenberg School for Communication Dean John Jackson hosted the event in Irvine Auditorium.
The panel was headed by three speakers: Penn professor and Political Science Department Chair Ian Lustick, former Deputy Director of Jewish Voices for Peace Rabbi Alissa Wise, and Jewish Voices for Peace member Marta Guttenberg.
The student leaders said that they formed the groups in order to create space and support neurodivergent and disabled students at Penn.
The late Robert Schoenberg originally founded the LGBT Center as a part of the Student Activities office in Houston Hall, making it the second oldest center of its kind in the country.
Gil Hovav is the great-grandson of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, who began the revival of Hebrew as a spoken language.
The sessions, organized by Penn Violence Prevention and Penn Campus Recreation, will be held at Pottruck each Wednesday from 9 to 10 a.m. until the end of October.
The talk is part of Annenberg School for Communication lecturer Murali Balaji’s SNF Paideia course, “Media Industries and Nationalism.”
Penn students have gathered to celebrate the Jewish High Holidays as well as the week-long holiday of Sukkot, which celebrates the harvest — in many ways, such as shared meals and personal reflection.
Eighth-year Penn anthropology Ph.D. candidate Justin Reamer gave the lecture which was entitled “The Archeology of Lenapehoking: 12,000 years of Lenape."
The event, “Decolonize the Future: Defending Indigenous Rights and Lands,” will feature activists Cristina Coc, Pablo Mis, and Filiberto Penados.
The new hires and leadership spark hope for faculty after fears of the program's survival at Penn, ASAM program faculty said.
Penn will partner with Rebuilding Together Philadelphia, a local community revitalization organization, to provide funding over four years to assist approximately 75 West Philadelphia low-income homeowners.
Local families, members of the Penn community, and local authors attended the fundraiser, which took place from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.