Articles by Gabriel Steinberg

05/11/23 7:48pm
The week-long convention is an opportunity for nursing students to connect with students from around the country and learn more about the field from peers and experts. 
04/17/23 11:06pm
Through the creation of Nexus, three cognitive science majors hope to provide cognitive science majors and those with interests in cognition with a new space for building community. 
04/06/23 9:21pm
Out of 153 reporting institutions, Penn’s gross licensing income was the largest contribution, more than twice that of the University of California system in second. 
03/15/23 10:49am
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03/14/23 9:39pm
The Center was launched in January under the leadership of Elizabeth Howell, the current chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Perelman School of Medicine.
02/20/23 11:48pm
The study, led by Drexel University’s School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems, revealed that the technology can accurately diagnose dementia 80% of the time.
01/29/23 8:53pm
The JLL Capital Markets loan is expected to create the largest life sciences research and lab building in Greater Philadelphia, adding to Philadelphia’s pre-existing health and biotech scene.
01/17/23 9:36pm
The new COVID-19-related policy has impacted international students at Penn and their plans to return home over winter break.
12/06/22 2:43am
The conversation will be moderated by PWH Senior Executive Director LaShawn Jefferson. The event will be offered both in person at the World Forum and on Zoom on Tuesday, Dec. 6, from 4-5 p.m.
11/21/22 1:15am
In addition to their success in tournaments, members of Penn Debate Society said that they have enjoyed the community that they have gained from the club.
11/09/22 1:43am
Schools are ranked based on the number of alumni entrepreneurs who have founded companies that received a first round of venture funding within the last 10 years.
10/25/22 12:30am
Gil Hovav is the great-grandson of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, who began the revival of Hebrew as a spoken language.
10/12/22 10:06pm
The project will require leveling two residential buildings already owned by Campus Apartments, including the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity house.
04/05/22 12:47am
Penn softball marked its second consecutive Ivy League series win by claiming two games against Cornell.
02/20/22 11:23pm
The No. 20 University of Pennsylvania’s women’s lacrosse team opened the 2022 season with a dominating 15-4 win against Delaware on Saturday afternoon at Franklin Field, winning its season opener for the ninth year in a row.
02/01/22 11:13pm
Current statistics show Penn having an 87.4% chance of making the Ivy playoffs, a 14.2% chance of finishing as the top seed, a 24.7% chance at second seed, and a 29.6% shot at third.
01/17/22 9:31pm
Despite an impressive first half performance from Penn, the Red and Blue were unable to steal the lead from the Tigers in the second half.
01/08/22 10:53pm
With both teams coming off a back-to-back, Penn appeared to be the ones rattled by the challenge, falling short to Columbia.
11/21/21 9:13pm
The Quakers dropped their first two games of the tournament against Utah State, 87-79, and Davidson, 72-60, before picking up a 71-63 win against Old Dominion.
11/16/21 8:31pm
After a 43-point victory at Hartford on Sunday, Penn women’s basketball returned to the Palestra for its first home game of the season, defeating King’s College 91-55. 
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