The '60s at 60
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.
The H. Nedwill Ramsey Professor in Electrical and Systems Engineering is awarded for his advances in engineering and physics.
The University-wide report outlines progress during the last year toward sustainability goals made in academics, waste minimization, utilities and operations, purchasing, transportation, and outreach and engagement.
A cast of 31 skaters took to the ice to perform original choreography set to Tchaikovsky’s classic ballet.
Fourth-years Sarah Kane and Amy Krimm are in the College of Arts and Sciences, as was 2021 graduate Carson Eckhard.
The University-wide minimum Ph.D. stipend will rise from $30,547 to $38,000 and goes into effect in the coming academic year.
The historic partnership provides the public access to nearly 175 years of Philadelphia’s rich musical history.
The Scholarships fund a one-year master’s degree in global affairs at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
The $16.25 million will create a new center for educational leadership and continue the McGraw Prize.
In addition to the alumni awards, Laura W. Perna of the Graduate School of Education will accept the Faculty Award of Merit.