Articles by Deena Elul

09/15/18 5:06pm
For many students who planned on transferring or pursuing dual degrees, this policy shift, which was never formally announced, has made it nearly impossible.
09/14/18 1:27am
The annual event, titled 'Careers in Journalism and New Media,' featured Ashley Parker, Jessica Goodman, and Jill Castellano, all of whom currently work in journalism.
09/09/18 10:18pm
Both Terri Lipman and Vivian Gadsden have worked extensively in child welfare and have been involved in Penn Futures for several years. 
08/29/18 5:15pm
Bachman will replace John L. Jackson, Jr., who was appointed dean of the Annenberg School For Communication last spring. Both appointments will be effective Jan. 1, 2019. 
08/28/18 2:17am
Hewitt confirmed that her previous position as senior associate director for Wharton undergraduates has been filled by David Ross, who was previously associate director. 
08/24/18 2:00am
The previous University Architect, David Hollenberg, held the position from 2006 until his partial retirement in June 2018. Kocent's appointment to the position became effective July 2. 
07/02/18 1:05am
This summer, University construction projects include repairs to sidewalks, updates to building facades, and renovations of academic facilities.
06/25/18 3:14am
The Associated Press reported that under the new policy, only one-year visas will be given to Chinese students studying fields such as robotics, aviation, or high-tech manufacturing in the United States. 
06/06/18 1:11am
The CAPS website states that there are no Thursday evening hours from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. between May 17 and Aug. 23 and no Saturday hours between May 5 and Sep. 1. 
06/05/18 9:18pm
The Vagelos Challenge Award, which was created in 2005, recognizes students who have excelled in advanced science coursework and who are submatriculating in chemistry or physics. 
05/20/18 11:14pm
The American Bar Association reported that 90.6 percent of Penn Law’s 2017 graduating class have jobs that require passing the bar, far surpassing the national law school average of 69 percent.
04/18/18 3:54am
Co-chair of SPEC’s concert committee Elizabeth Goran said SPEC did not track how many people attended the concert. She also declined to comment on how many tickets were sold.
04/15/18 11:54pm
The University announced in 2011 the 'Action Plan for Faculty Diversity and Excellence,' which aimed to build a 'more diverse faculty' and 'more inclusive campus community.'
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.
04/11/18 12:32am
Penn Abroad Director Nigel Cossar said he felt confident in the decision to grant credit and not reimburse because it was in line with other U.S. universities.
04/04/18 1:55am
Two professors have been developing a course, tentatively titled “Science of Data Ethics,” that they hope to offer to undergraduate students in the spring of the 2018-2019 academic year. 
04/02/18 1:41am
On Feb. 22, members of the U.K.’s University and College Union began a month-long strike program to protest changes to their pension plans.
03/30/18 12:03am
Students and alumni alike have taken action through founding a committee to bring together students and administrations and through drafting of a petition with hundreds of signatures.
03/23/18 1:00am
The panelists discussed how Penn could more effectively interact with the broader public, touching on issues such as technology and learning, economic inequality, and engagement with West Philadelphia communities. 
03/14/18 11:57pm
The first of its kind since 1969, the teach-in will focus on "the production, dissemination, and use of knowledge." 
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