Articles by Isabelle Lhuilier
School of Design elects new chair for Department of Landscape ArchitectureNordenson is a professor of landscape architecture and directs the Master of Landscape Architecture program at the City College of New York.
WUHC Incubator program gives undergraduates insight into the healthcare industryThe WUHC Incubator allows teams of students interested in healthcare, biotech, and life sciences to attend interactive workshops and speaker events hosted by healthcare executives and industry experts.
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Penn Y-Prize Competition winners develop improved pulse oximetry for patients with darker skinThe team of LSM sophomores were awarded $10,000, and their proposals were automatically entered into the semi-final round of the Penn Venture Lab Startup Challenge.
Penn among America’s top ranked colleges led by a woman or person of colorSix of the eight Ivy League Universities will be led by a woman starting this fall.
Penn pledges to strengthen relations with India at Penn India Engagement ForumPenn faculty, alumni, and business leaders discussed initiatives to support India’s growth after COVID-19.
Penn-affiliated HIV vaccine clinical trial ends earlyThe only HIV vaccine clinical trial in advanced stages has ended early after results showed the vaccine to be ineffective.
Saint Joseph's University to merge with Pennsylvania College of Health SciencesThe merger, which will take effect in January 2024, will allow St. Joe’s to add over 20 nursing and allied health programs to its curriculum.
Sophomores start DiversaTech, Penn’s first tech consulting clubDiversaTech consultants focus on utilizing technology in a wide variety of fields.
Penn Big Brothers Big Sisters branch cultivates relationships between Penn and Phila. studentsThe program provides one-on-one mentoring opportunities where Penn student "bigs" meet with their "littles" at their Philadelphia school for lunch once a week.
Philadelphia may reinstate indoor mask mandateOfficials from the Philadelphia Department of Health have said that the city's COVID-19 response level could move from Level 1 to 2 if cases continue to rise.
Penn Climate Ventures hosts second annual competitionIn this year's competition, there are over 200 participants ranging from high school to graduate students from 14 countries and more than 90 schools.
A team of Penn graduate students are finalists for the NFL Big Data Bowl competitionFor the competition, teams were tasked to come up with a project analyzing NFL teams using three years of data.
Philadelphia may become first U.S. city to run its own municipal bankThe goal of establishing the PPFA is to address racial and economic disparities and aid small businesses.
College and Wharton junior starts club providing swim lessons for special needs childrenAfter COVID-19-related delays, SNUGS was able to host its first in-person swim lessons during the fall 2021 semester.
College Board announces SAT will become entirely digitalThe SAT will still be scored on the 1600 scale and administered in a physical test center with a proctor.
Penn first year runs, power walks from Locust Walk to New York CityTorres ran for the first 50 miles and then, due to a foot injury, power walked for the second half.
Penn Medicine researchers find gene variants linked to COVID-19 severity in Black AmericansThe team from the Perelman School of Medicine found two potential pathways to target the two variants of the gene that make some Black Americans more susceptible to COVID-19 and sepsis complications.
Penn professor part of team receiving $9 million grant to fight Parkinson’sBioengineering professor Danielle Bassett and the other members of the team were awarded the Collaborative Research Network grant on Oct. 26 from the Aligning Science Across Parkinson’s initiative.