Articles by Julia Rossi
Penn Museum hosts 'Fifty Shades of Pompeii'The Penn Museum offered an alternative approach to Valentine’s Day on Tuesday with a lecture entitled “Fifty Shades of Pompeii.”
Coursera CEO discusses benefits, future of online educationDaphne Koller, co-founder and CEO of the free online course provider Coursera, hopes to bring her company into a global context.
Coursera makes Penn courses more accessibleAn 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.
Gutmann moderates Silfen Forum that asks, 'Is America broken?'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?”
Aziz Ansari 'Parks' it at IrvineSPEC-TRUM, the Social Planning and Events Committee To Represent Undergraduate Minorities, hosted Ansari for their annual spring event.
Penn for Youth Debate hosts high-school speech, debate competitionMembers of PFYD volunteer in about 15 Philadelphia high schools, particularly targeting those that are lacking debate programs, in order to spread debate education.
Penn bachelors model for Mr. Quaker competition150 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.