Articles by Nicole Muravsky
Former professor awarded $1 million in case against Penn for denied tenure application re-reviewThe first administrative filing detailing Veikos' gender and familial status discrimination and retaliation claims was filed in October 2011, while the second was filed in October 2012.
Penn appoints Hikaru Kozuma as next vice provost for University LifeKozuma, who is currently the executive director of College Houses and Academic Services, will succeed Mamta Accapadi.
Engineering Ph.D. students call for increase to doctoral stipend in letter to administratorsThe letter comes after Penn announced the largest one-time increase to the minimum Ph.D. stipend in December.
Meet the eight faculty members deciding Amy Wax's future at PennThe DP examined the key players in the Wax proceedings, which include eight faculty members whose appointments span multiple schools at Penn.
Three Penn-affiliated women honored in top 15 slots on list of Pa.'s influential female leadersThe honorees include Magill, Wharton School Dean Erika James, and 1984 Penn Carey Law graduate and representative for Pennsylvania's 5th Congressional District, Mary Gay Scanlon.
Wharton faculty members win awards at Association for Consumer Research ConferenceProfessor Shiri Melumad, Professor Emeritus Wesley Hutchinson, and Professor Wendy De La Rosa all won awards at the Association for Consumer Research Conference.
Cornell University temporarily suspends fraternity events following reports of misconductThis suspension, which began Nov. 7, follows one report of a student being sexually assaulted and reports of several others being drugged at off-campus houses associated with the fraternities.
Penn Songwriters Collective returns, combining songwriting and spiritualityAt the performance, 16 songwriters in the club will perform original songs from a variety of genres that club members have collaborated on during weekly meetings throughout the semester.
Five Penn Medicine experts elected to National Academy of MedicineNAM was established in 1970 to advise the nation on medical and health issues and advance research in science, medicine, policy, and health equity.