No one was more shocked at finding their name among the 32 million Ashley Madison subscribers than one Penn professor.
Krystle Karoscik and Medha Sengupta recently won the National Institute of Health Neuro Startup Challenge, which involved creating a company to market a medical invention.
PennApps, the largest collegiate hackathon in the country, will take place next weekend.
As of this year, online courses are offered by all of Penn’s 12 schools.
The startup allows students to buy and sell anything from textbooks and dorm supplies to tutoring services.
Wharton classmates remember newly instated Google CEO Sundar Pichai as reflective, thoughtful and down to earth.
Ivy Authority, which was co-founded by 2010 College graduate Michael Tate, allows students from around the globe to ask questions regarding the college application process and receive answers from Ivy graduates
Penn students can now learn about everything from property law to limb anatomy to global business with nothing but a thirst for knowledge and an internet connection.
1997 Wharton and College graduate Elon Musk, who has been dubbed by Robert Downey Jr. as the real-life Iron Man, may have outdone even Iron Man with his latest creation.
Astronomy assistant professor Cullen Blake and graduate student David Sliski hope to discover planets orbiting stars other than the Sun.
The study revealed that there may be a significant number of viable organs that were previously disregarded on the basis of their HIV infection available for donation.
Pennant, a new digital infrastructure, will replace the system that has managed student billing, financial aid, academic records and registration for over 35 years.
The Computer and Information Science department will launch a new class aimed at non-majors.
Four engineering seniors have worked since September to create a product they call Turbox, which can generate power in remote, off-grid locations.
A look at what was trending during the Class of 2015's freshman year.
In a room of no more than 40 people, Associate Dean of External Affairs at the School of Design Richard Fitzgerald said, “Five years from now when the iDesign prize is the hottest prize in the United States, you can say that you were here on this first night.”
At Penn, Legal Studies and Business Ethics professor Kevin Werbach uses gamification techniques to motivate his students.
Six of the ex-offenders, referred to as "clients," presented business pitches to SP2 professors in the culmination of the PREP program on Saturday.
Twice a year, Penn hosts Penn Apps, the longest-running college-sponsored hackathon.
Creative thinkers from around the world have ideas for how to innovate education and a few are bringing them to Penn’s Graduate School of Education.