Many Voices, Many Visions
10:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Arthur Ross Gallery, 220 S. 34th St.
Applications are now open for a new University initiative, Projects for Progress, which will award prizes of as much as $100,000 to support proposals by teams of students, faculty, and staff designed to promote equity and inclusion and make a direct impact in Philadelphia.
As Penn’s 32nd Gates Scholar since the program started in 2001, Kim will pursue a Ph.D. in sociology of education at the University of Cambridge.
Senior Annah Chollet and May graduate Yareqzy Munoz have been named 2021 Marshall Scholars. The Marshall Scholarship funds up to three years of study for a graduate degree in any field at an institution in the United Kingdom.
Penn seniors Cristina Pogorevici, Paulina Ruta, and Yixi (Cecilia) Wang and 2019 graduate Annie Sun have received the Schwarzman Scholarship, which funds a one-year master’s degree in global affairs at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
Sophomore Ollie Kim Dupuy brings a passion for performance poetry into a summer internship with the Graduate School of Education’s Ebony Elizabeth Thomas.
Penn juniors Emma Arsekin and Janelle Schneider broke down partisanship politics by analyzing metadata as PURM research assistants for political science Professor Daniel Hopkins.
Sophomore Megan Chui expected her internship at the National Constitution Center to give her insights into how the past plays into the present. The summer of social unrest and the pandemic added a contemporary component to the job.
During a summer internship with Professor Heather J. Sharkey, four undergrads studied oranges, olive oil, coffee, and sorghum in an effort to understand their political, nutritional, and emotional value to the region.
The Center for Undergraduate Research & Fellowships’ new online platform, Penn Presents, virtually display undergraduate research activities. The first event is the 14th annual Fall Research Expo featuring more than 300 posters.
Through a summer research project with Classical Studies Professor Ralph Rosen, sophomore Jacques Thompson focused on the evolutionary aspect of “immoral humor,” analyzing performances by comedians Dave Chappelle and Louis C.K.