Articles by Summer Wylie

09/29/21 9:59pm
Path@Penn is set to contain a number of improvements to the outdated Penn InTouch system, including a cleaner interface, mobile device compatibility, and the ability to swap courses instead of adding and dropping courses.
09/16/21 1:21am
AAUP-Penn is doubling down on their push for Penn to allow instructors to choose whether to teach in person or virtually.
08/30/21 11:38pm
With the addition of a new cooling system in Gregory College House, every college house at Penn will finally have air conditioning starting this semester.
05/12/21 11:08pm
2019 Graduate School of Education graduate Rina Madhani co-founded Start Lighthouse last year to provide students with customized literacy kits containing reading materials at a time when many may lack access to their schools or local libraries due to COVID-19.
04/22/21 1:49am
Penn's chapter of the American Association of University Professors urged the administration to refrain from encouraging professors to teach through the 10-minute passing time at the end of class meetings.
04/14/21 1:09am
Several faculty members reported unclear communication from administrators about whether they would be required to teach for extra time, and if so, whether they would be compensated.
03/17/21 12:47am
Many recent and soon-to-be graduates have found fewer available opportunities, had employment offers rescinded, and felt uncertain and anxious throughout the application process. 
03/16/21 12:18am
The petition states that such funding is necessary for students to effectively perform their duties as both teachers and researchers in light of the pandemic.
03/12/21 12:44am
With many similarities to Lauder College House — formerly known as the original New College House — NCHW is set to feature suite-style apartments, spacious common areas, and a dining hall. 
03/03/21 1:22am
The disruption has prompted financial concerns for students who may now require additional semesters of funding.
02/03/21 1:48am
Students and faculty participating in the limited number of in-person classes offered this spring are positively focusing on resuming safe instruction amid the ongoing pandemic.
02/01/21 11:46pm
Under the new format, classes will start at one of eight designated start times beginning at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 8:30 p.m. Students will have at minimum 15 minutes between classes.
12/02/20 12:03am
Regeneron Pharmaceutical's antibody cocktail was granted an Emergency Use Authorization by the United States Food and Drug Administration on Nov. 21 for use in high-risk patients with mild to moderate cases of COVID-19. 
11/19/20 11:10pm
Salecl said the pandemic is impacting the social choices people make in terms of interactions with and treatment of themselves and others. 
11/05/20 10:09pm
Currently a Biden campaign healthcare advisor, Emanuel was also a special advisor for health policy to the director of the White House Office of Management and Budget from 2009 to 2011.
10/30/20 2:53am
The class, MGMT 198: Managing Disruptive Change: Artificial Intelligence for Business, Finance, and Sustainability, gives students the opportunity to learn from and interact with top academics and practitioners in the field of AI. 
10/14/20 9:43pm
The district will follow a phased approach, with the youngest students returning to school first.
10/09/20 12:48am
The medal is awarded to “an architect who has changed the course of design history, with a particular focus on the areas of energy conservation, environmental quality, and/or diversity,” according to the Weitzman School of Design.
09/28/20 9:07pm
While many see the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to take it easy, Kora is going out of his way to keep training hard.
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