Associate Director for News
Amanda Mott manages media relations related to the Office of the Executive Vice President which includes facilities and real estate, Penn’s Climate Action Plan, student financial services, business services, campus housing and dining, and the endowment. In addition, she covers Commencement and Penn Global including Perry World House, the Penn Wharton China Center, and the Penn Biden Center.
Three years on: A look at the Penn Wharton China Center
The impact of the Beijing-based center and research fund has been far-reaching on campus and in China.
Hult Prize Ivy awards business plans with social impact
Tiffany Yau seems to have a talent for seeing things as they might be, not as they are. Maybe that comes from years of learning magic tricks with her grandfather. Maybe it comes from years of dedication to issues with great social impact.
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Penn President Amy Gutmann and Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden Host Official Opening of the Penn Biden Center in Washington
On Thursday, Feb. 8, University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann and Joseph R.
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Penn’s Ezekiel Emanuel named $1M 2018 Dan David Prize laureate
Globally renowned bioethicist Ezekiel J.
Penn Alumna, Award-winning Journalist Andrea Mitchell to Speak at Penn’s 262nd Commencement
Chief foreign affairs correspondent for NBC Andrea Mitchell will deliver the address at the 2018 University of Pennsylvania Commencement on Monday, May 14.
Penn student Dave Joseph succeeds with drive, determination and the support of others
If Dave Joseph becomes prime minister of his native Jamaica one day, he will have achieved a long-time goal despite experiencing tragedy there. He says the island is a vital part of who he is and that it drives him to succeed.
Penn’s Business Services Recognized for Inclusive Excellence
The University of Pennsylvania’s Division of Business Services has been awarded the 2017 Edwin R. Golden Award for Inclusive Excellence from the National Association of College Auxiliary Services.
Student Fellow Examines Effect of Emerging Technologies on Warfare
By Julie McWilliams Smartphone apps have become ubiquitous, an important part of most people's daily lives. Drones have become a useful tool for many businesses, such as construction, photography, real estate and sports programs. Both are de rigeur for troops in combat.