Articles by Meheer Commuri
Penn professor elected as president of American Academy of DermatologyTaylor is the sixth woman and the first person of African American descent to serve as president of the AAD.
Philadelphia experiences largest single-year population decline since 1977New census data showed that Philadelphia population decreased by more than 22,000 residents between July 2021 and July 2022.
Penn Sustainability hosts 2023 Earth WeekFrom April 17 to 23, Penn Sustainability will host the University’s annual Earth Week featuring cross-disciplinary events on environmental justice and nature open to the Penn community.
2023 TEDxPenn conference to feature filmmaker Anthony Russo, Rep. Jordan HarrisThe conference, which focuses on change and transformation, will take place in the Annenberg Center for Performing Arts, starting at 1 p.m. on April 1.
Penn named one of the 'Top Producing Institutions' of Fulbright StudentsThe Department of State included Penn on this year’s list of institutions with the highest number of accepted Fulbright applicants.
Michael Imperioli talks 'The Sopranos' and 'The White Lotus' at Kelly Writers HouseImperioli talked about his work on two critically acclaimed TV series and his 2018 book.
Penn Dental signs memorandum of understanding with South African and Tanzanian universitiesThe agreements will allow the three universities to collaborate on research and initiatives aiming to improve oral health.
U.S. News & World Report evaluates financial value of Ivy League degreeU.S. News and PayScale data found that Ivy League graduates earn a higher median pay than graduates from other universities for both early- and mid-career.
White Dog Cafe celebrates 40 years in University CityOn Jan. 10, 1983, Judy Wicks opened the restaurant with a promise to serve organic and seasonal food.
Wharton graduate, startup founder Charlie Javice sued by JP MorganFrank aimed to help students navigate the federal financial aid application process.
Perry World House speakers debate main factors behind rising global energy pricesThe speakers — who also attributed the increased energy prices to pandemic-related supply chain disruptions and the war in Ukraine — covered a range of topics concerning global energy markets and geopolitics.
Harvard announces plan to return of hundreds of Native American hair samples held in museumThe samples have been held by the Peabody Museum for nearly 80 years and were taken from approximately 700 children who attended United States Indian Boarding Schools from 1930 to 1933.
Perry World House event to examine impact of nuclear technology on diplomacy and defenseThe hour-long talk will feature a discussion between M. Susan Lindee, Professor of the History and Sociology of Science, and Lynn Meskell, Professor of Anthropology and Historic Preservation.
Missing Princeton undergraduate found dead near edge of campusHer body was discovered on Oct. 20 behind tennis courts at the southern edge of campus.