Articles by Julia Rossi

02/12/13 10:29pm
The Penn Museum offered an alternative approach to Valentine’s Day on Tuesday with a lecture entitled “Fifty Shades of Pompeii.”
10/04/12 11:49pm
Daphne Koller, co-founder and CEO of the free online course provider Coursera, hopes to bring her company into a global context.
10/01/12 11:42pm

Coursera makes Penn courses more accessible

An online education startup from Stanford, Coursera offers free online classes taught by top university professors across the nation. A Coursera course grants students instant access to several hours of lecture videos and quizzes put together by the course professor.
03/19/12 11:16pm
The forum is an annual discussion panel sponsored by Penn trustee David Silfen and his wife Lyn. This year’s forum focused on the question, “Is America broken?”
03/14/12 1:54am
SPEC-TRUM, the Social Planning and Events Committee To Represent Undergraduate Minorities, hosted Ansari for their annual spring event.
02/19/12 11:21pm
Members of PFYD volunteer in about 15 Philadelphia high schools, particularly targeting those that are lacking debate programs, in order to spread debate education.
11/20/11 9:28pm
150 spectators entered a raffle to win dates with the contestants of their choice. The event was organized for a Wharton Management project, and the proceeds went to the Face to Face organization.
11/11/11 12:38am
While protesters continued the efforts of the Occupy Philadelphia movement at City Hall, a panel of four addressed approximately 60 students Thursday night in the ARCH building to discuss one of the leading sources of national debate — urban poverty.
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