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Penn's Resident Advisors and Graduate Associates are demanding fair treatment from the University as the fall semester looms closer, calling for a clear outline of their job expectations and increased compensation in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
07/31/20 12:30am
Carlos de la Fuente anticipates his testing model will be produced at cheaper costs and offer faster results than current tests.  
07/22/20 12:27am
The letter also called on the Criminology department to diversify its current faculty members and future Master’s cohorts. 
07/20/20 12:55am
RA and Graduate Associate training, orientation, and future programming will proceed virtually this year, due to coronavirus distancing measures.
07/01/20 12:00am
Through operation on a mannequin, the video depicts a doctor treating a COVID-19 patient suffering from respiratory failure.
06/23/20 7:05pm
As of this month, Campaign for Community will offer grants of up to $1500 toward proposals concerning racial justice at Penn, in Philadelphia, and in students’ home communities. 
06/09/20 12:40am
GAPSA President Kelly Diaz has already started working on developing workshops to teach graduate students how to better support and provide allyship to Black students on campus. 
06/07/20 5:26pm
The fellowship, which will be awarded annually to one admitted MBA student, was established by 1984 Wharton graduate Jeffrey Schoenfeld and was awarded to incoming first-year MBA student Colan Wang. 
05/30/20 12:09am
The new structure will divide GAPSA's executive board into three divisions: programming, policy, and operations. 
05/29/20 10:10pm
Sixty RAs and GAs sent a letter to College Houses and Academic Services arguing that RAGAs and on-campus residents who left campus in mid-March should receive credits or full housing refunds.
03/02/20 10:12pm
The connection will include a new entrance to the GSE building, a four-story student pavilion of student lounges and group study rooms, and a two-story addition to Stiteler Hall.
02/05/20 9:21pm
Proponents of the program said it will be especially helpful for students who may be uncomfortable asking about sexual health in public settings.
02/03/20 9:46pm
Jamieson said her work, specifically in political and scientific communication, combats the potentially negative consequences of misleading scientific data in political debates on topics like climate change and vaccinations.
01/30/20 9:53pm
The update will also provide students with a predicted date of when they will run out of meal swipes and dining dollars, Engineering sophomore and Penn Mobile team member Justin Lieb said.
01/24/20 12:18am
Graduate and Professional Student Assembly held the event as part of a monthly entrepreneurial speaker and networking series called "Venture Beyond Comfort." 
01/23/20 7:05pm
The fire, which erupted in a dumpster behind Harnwell College House, was extinguished at approximately 1:40 p.m.
01/21/20 10:33pm
Two graduate dental students conducted a study analyzing the difference between single and double barrel techniques for fibula free flap reconstruction of jawbone defects. 
01/15/20 12:21am
Launched in 2017, the trial provides women with uterine factor infertility, a type of female infertility that affects as many as 5% of women around the world, with a chance at parenthood.
12/09/19 10:27pm
Princeton professor Ruha Benjamin discussed underlying racial biases in technology at a talk hosted by the Annenberg School of Communication.
11/27/19 1:01am
1920 Commons and Lauder College House will be serving dinner on Dec. 1 — an increase from past years when only one dining hall was open on the Sunday of Thanksgiving break.
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