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  • Men's basketball announces radio information for 2018-19 season

     The Quakers are scheduled to have 16 games broadcast on WNTP (990 AM), 10 that will be Internet-only through WXPN (, and four games on WFIL (560 AM). 

    FULL STORY AT Penn Athletics

  • Think globally, act locally

    A group of students in the Perelman School of Medicine joined with other medical schools in Philadelphia to start a group dedicated to the growing field of global surgery, the Penn Global Surgery Group.

    FULL STORY AT Penn Medicine News

  • Easing postpartum conversations: Students work to improve the experience for diverse families

    KC Benchimol and Monika Wasik walk us through the policy change they spearheaded across postpartum units at the University of Pennsylvania Health System—a simple change that makes it easier for all people to participate in the postpartum experience and symbolizes acceptance of LGBTQ+ parents.

    FULL STORY AT Penn Nursing News

  • Politics and religion: Chicken or egg?

    Michele Margolis, assistant professor of political science, discusses the effect of politics on religious identity.


  • How monolingual teachers can support bilingual students

    Penn GSE’s Nelson Flores says that all teachers can do more to elevate the value of bilingualism in their classrooms. 

    FULL STORY AT Graduate School of Education

  • 2018-19 women's basketball schedule

    The regular season begins on November 10th and runs through March 9th.

    FULL STORY AT Penn Athletics

  • Is Apple losing its innovation edge?

    Consumers have greeted Apple’s latest slate of iPhones, computers and the newest connected Watch with solid interest, but not the high enthusiasm from years past.

    FULL STORY AT Knowledge at Wharton

  • New Penn Medicine center brings immunotherapy research to brain tumor treatment

    The team at the new Translational Center of Excellence in the Abramson Cancer Center will investigate new immune therapies for glioblastoma, the most common and lethal form of brain cancer, and design new CAR T cell therapies. 

    FULL STORY AT Penn Medicine News

  • Meleis honored with the Princess Srinagarindra Award from the Thailand Ministry of Public Health

    The nursing and sociology professor and Dean Emerita was awarded for her contributions to the nursing and/or midwifery profession, advancing the nursing profession, and contributing to the health and wellbeing of people in Thailand and around the world.

    FULL STORY AT Penn Nursing News

  • Not just for children: study shows high prevalence of atopic dermatitis among U.S. adults

    A Penn study shows as many as 16.5 million adults in America have AD, and it is far more prevalent than psoriasis, yet psoriasis has many more treatment options.

    FULL STORY AT Penn Medicine News