Jeremy Nowak Lecture
12:00p.m. - 1:30p.m.
Penn will provide undergraduate financial aid recipients with grants in 2020-21 to replace standard summer savings expectations, mitigating lost job opportunities due to COVID-19.
In just a few weeks, Student Health Service, Counseling and Psychological Services, and Campus Health revamped almost entirely, providing a full array of support for students on and off campus.
As ‘Zoombombing’ becomes widespread, Penn’s Office of Information Security provides tips on staying secure.
On Monday, March 23, after an extended week of Spring Break, Penn will resume its thousands of classes remotely only, due to COVID-19. Faculty members and instructors, and the staff that supports them, have been preparing around the clock.
In a time when the news can certainly overwhelm, Penn experts lend an experienced hand to the coronavirus conversation.
As technology continues to flourish, there’s always the need for someone to ensure it is, indeed, accessible for all. That is precisely Kara Gaulrapp’s role at Penn.
Penn Today chats with Natasha Menon about her role as the Undergraduate Assembly president, why she got involved with the important student organization, and much more.
President Amy Gutmann and Graduate School of Education scholar Robert Zemsky took part in a “fireside chat” at this year’s Higher Education Leadership Conference at Penn, which also awarded Gutmann the Zemsky Medal.