Articles by Sharon Luo

09/03/20 11:49pm
Nursing students used iHuman, an online nursing simulation, and listened to a free podcast called "Serial" in lieu of in-person clinical rotations this past spring and summer terms.
03/02/20 8:50pm
Two Penn Medicine students have raised over $7,000 to send medical supplies to Wuhan, China.
02/26/20 10:57pm
Penn Global International Student and Scholar Services released a YouTube video titled "Stay Strong, Penn" which features Penn administrators and students leaders from groups like the Assembly of International Students and the Undergraduate Assembly offering reassurance, information about on-campus resources, and warnings against xenophobic targeting. 
02/14/20 9:44am
As of Thursday night, 1090 students, both undergraduate and graduate, at Penn have signed up for Datamatch, a Harvard-created matchmaking service for students on Valentine's day.
02/12/20 9:20pm
The Tangen Hall Furniture Competition, spearheaded by Vice Dean of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Karl Ulrich and the Venture Lab, allows individuals and teams to submit furniture designs for the lobby of Tangen Hall, an entrepreneurship scheduled to open in fall of 2020. 
01/29/20 9:56pm
Penn's Stuart Weitzman School of Design will offer a new degree program this fall that combines robotics and architectural design. The new program is known as Master of Science in Design: Robotics and Autonomous Systems (MSD-RAS), and it is one of the few architectural programs in the nation to use robots and artificial intelligence in design.
01/16/20 10:04pm
The American Academy of Dermatology honored Penn Med physician Cory Simpson as a national "Patient Care Hero" for his work at Puentes de Salud, a non-profit community clinic serving patients who may experience cultural, language, economic, or legal barriers to medical care. 
11/14/19 12:50am
Rice engaged in an interactive discussion with attendees to figure out strategies for improving self-esteem and learning to value oneself and others. 
11/11/19 9:40pm
Legend also questioned why many men feel intimidated by the prospect of having a female president.  
10/27/19 10:11pm
Authors Saidiya Hartman, Erín Moure, Jenna Wortham, and Wesley Morris will visit Penn's campus as part of the Kelly Writers House Fellows program. 
10/02/19 10:55am
The film is an adaptation of Northwestern University professor E. Patrick Johnson's book, "Sweet Tea: Black Gay Men of the South." The documentary explores the lives of Johnson and six other gay black men whose stories were originally told in Johnson's work. 
09/29/19 11:01pm
Jogia read and discussed excerpts of "Mixed Feelings," his new book that explores race and identity through poems and imagery.  
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