Penn participates in second AAU Campus Climate Survey
The goal was to learn from undergraduate, graduate, and professional students about sexual misconduct on campus.
Penn’s Way kicks off new workplace giving campaign, with $1.7M goal
The 2019 Penn’s Way campaign kicked off with a celebration at Houston Hall. From Oct. 1 through Nov. 15, faculty and staff are encouraged to donate to the 15,000-plus participating agencies.
Gutmann and Moreno talk bioethics, health care in new book
The University’s president, a political philosopher, teamed up with a Penn Integrates Knowledge professor to write “Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven but Nobody Wants to Die.”
Engineering’s Vanessa Chan gives students a real-world glimpse of life after college
Vanessa Chan, a professor at Penn Engineering, is changing up the curriculum, giving students a real-world glimpse into life after college.
Protecting historic places at various life stages
A new Master of Science in Design with a concentration in Historic Preservation degree program kicked off at the Weitzman School in the fall of 2018. Now, members of the inaugural class are working on a capstone project on the George Nakashima House.