Articles by Isabelle Lhuilier

04/05/23 9:37pm
Nordenson is a professor of landscape architecture and directs the Master of Landscape Architecture program at the City College of New York.
03/28/23 10:11pm
The 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.
03/20/23 2:14pm
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03/19/23 7:22pm
The 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.
02/13/23 7:58pm
Six of the eight Ivy League Universities will be led by a woman starting this fall. 
02/12/23 1:52pm
Penn faculty, alumni, and business leaders discussed initiatives to support India’s growth after COVID-19. 
01/29/23 7:48pm
The only HIV vaccine clinical trial in advanced stages has ended early after results showed the vaccine to be ineffective. 
01/23/23 8:56pm
The 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.
01/18/23 8:56pm
DiversaTech consultants focus on utilizing technology in a wide variety of fields.  
04/21/22 7:58pm
The program provides one-on-one mentoring opportunities where Penn student "bigs" meet with their "littles" at their Philadelphia school for lunch once a week. 
04/11/22 9:35am
Officials 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.
03/28/22 11:22pm
In this year's competition, there are over 200 participants ranging from high school to graduate students from 14 countries and more than 90 schools.
03/22/22 1:19am
For the competition, teams were tasked to come up with a project analyzing NFL teams using three years of data.
02/21/22 1:33am
The goal of establishing the PPFA is to address racial and economic disparities and aid small businesses.
02/13/22 11:23pm
After COVID-19-related delays, SNUGS was able to host its first in-person swim lessons during the fall 2021 semester.  
01/26/22 8:44pm
The SAT will still be scored on the 1600 scale and administered in a physical test center with a proctor. 
01/24/22 11:23pm
Torres ran for the first 50 miles and then, due to a foot injury, power walked for the second half. 
11/18/21 9:57pm
The 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.
10/31/21 7:49pm
Bioengineering 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.
10/20/21 11:34pm
Many students who chose to defer enrollment at Penn said they made the decision to avoid taking classes online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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