Articles by Elea Castiglione
Penn to increase tuition and charges by 4%, raise income limit for financial aidFor the 2023-2024 academic year, the eligibility threshold for financial aid packages that fully cover all undergraduate costs will be raised to $75,000.
Retirement funds for Penn faculty managed by company with billions in fossil fuel investmentsPenn faculty retirement funds are primarily managed by TIAA, a company with an estimated $78 billion in fossil fuel investments.
Faculty Senate committee recommends review of policies related to tenure protectionsFor the 2022-2023 school year, SCFDDE has been charged with considering the needs of the Penn community who feel “victimized” by faculty, especially in relation to academic freedom.
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Penn on track to meet 2024 campus climate goals as student activists demand broader actionAmong other findings, the report said that the main campus’ carbon footprint decreased by 45% from 2009 to 2022.
Penn Carey Law maintains opposition to U.S. News rankings after changes to methodologyPenn Carey Law, which most recently ranked sixth in the U.S. News rankings, previously described them as “unnecessarily secretive and contrary to important parts of our mission.”
Annenberg study reports media continues to perpetuate holiday-suicide mythThe APPC presented its findings on Dec. 5 from an annual analysis of news coverage of the myth.
Edible Books Contest will be fully in-person at Kelly Writers House for first time in two yearsThe event asks participants to create a food-based representation of a book that is important to them.
Penn Carey Law School launches Future of the Profession LabThe Future of the Profession Initiative, which was founded in the spring of 2020, aims to create positive change in how the legal system affects society.
Penn director of admissions to leave University at end of yearVice Provost and Dean of Admissions Whitney Soule wrote to the DP that she is working on a plan for when to fill McLaughlin's vacancy.
Developers to build new grocery store and research complex near 39th and Market StreetsWexford Science + Technology plans to convert the space from a surface parking lot to an office, laboratory, parking, and retail space
Penn's Kislak Center displays new acquisitions in ‘From Plague Remedies to Photo Charms’ eventThe event took place Oct. 12 and showed selected works from the Center’s 2021-2022 acquisitions.