Articles by Victoria Moffitt

08/26/14 11:00pm
On Tuesday night, the Class of 2018 gathered on College Green for Convocation. 
04/24/14 6:46pm

Pipeline for promise: SP2 program inspires community college students

The Pipeline for Promise Program offers a free summer course at SP2 to community college students, introducing them to the foundations of social work, its ethics and its various fields of practice.
04/16/14 10:17pm

GAPSA chair, vice chair elections add to mental health discussion

Newly elected GAPSA chair and vice chair propose tackling mental health with such initiatives as yoga and meditation classes.
04/15/14 9:10pm

The Graduate and Professional Student Assembly will elect the 12 new members of their Executive Board today

The Graduate and Professional Student Assembly will hold executive board elections on Wednesday, using a system quite different from that of their undergraduate counterpart — the Undergraduate Assembly.
04/10/14 9:01pm

Bringing imaginary art to reality

From March 21 to May 1, Slought's Patarchitecure exhibit — which includes designs by eight PennDesign students — will be open to the public.
04/02/14 7:38pm

GSE student wins New York principal of the year

Tony Sinanis, a student in a three-year program that allows people with full-time jobs as educational leaders to attend GSE classes, was recently named New York State Elementary Principal of the Year.
03/27/14 9:54pm
John L. Jackson Jr., the next dean of the School of Social Policy & Practice, is the only one of four recently appointed deans who currently teaches at Penn.
03/26/14 6:27pm

SP2 dean leaves legacy of revitalization, and a changed name

After 13 years as Dean of the School of Social Policy & Practice, Richard Gelles' contributions to SP2 have truly opened the door to a new era in the school’s history.
03/19/14 9:29pm

GSE student named 17th most influential Arab woman

Due to the work she has done in Morocco, GSE student Maha Laziri was named to Arabian Business magazine's list of the World’s 100 Most Powerful Arab Women earlier this month.
03/05/14 9:14pm

From Locust Walk to the red carpet

Penn alumnus Morgan Neville won an Oscar for directing the Best Documentary Feature at the Academy Awards on Sunday night.
02/26/14 5:52pm
Penn’s fifth Presidential Term Professorship will bring a former faculty member and student back to Penn’s campus.
02/24/14 2:48pm
Penn graduate students are going to Pottruck for more than the smoothies this semester.
02/19/14 8:01pm

'Fostering' knowledge about child welfare

The Child Well-Being and Welfare specialization at SP2, which will enroll its first class this fall, will train students in a yearlong program to work with children in foster care.
02/13/14 7:20pm

Penn program helps formerly incarcerated re-enter society

Penn's Goldring Re-entry Initiative helps men and women who are incarcerated in Philadelphia transition back into the community and avoid repeat offending.
02/09/14 3:16pm
The Penn School of Design and School of Veterinary Medicine team up and use new technology to make implant model and shorten surgical procedures.
02/04/14 5:50pm
According to Stevenson, students whose families talk to them about race tend to do better when faced with rejection because of their racial background.
02/02/14 3:43pm

PennDesign students envision resilient housing

As the Jersey shore is still haunted by the memory of Hurricane Sandy, Penn students are creating designs for more resilient housing structures along the Atlantic City boardwalk.
01/20/14 7:01pm
Students and alumni petition collegiate apparel company Hillflint to produce a sweater bearing Penn’s classic “P”. Alumnus Dalyn Montgomery created the petition on Oct. 16 to grant Hillflint said merchandizing license.
10/03/13 10:45pm
Kilmer also explained the science of alcohol tolerance.
09/18/13 10:14pm
Through the end of the year, the ICA will display the work of Jason Rhoades, who was known for making massive three-dimensional pieces from household items.
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