In Zoë Ryan, a collaborative new leader for the ICA
Zoë Ryan began her role as director of the Institute of Contemporary Art in November. Here, a look at Ryan’s time at the ICA so far and what’s ahead for the institution.
The Sachs Program announces winners of AAPI grants
Fourteen projects will be funded as part of the program’s responsive call for proposals in support of Asian-American and Pacific Islander artists at Penn.
Annenberg Center rebrands to Penn Live Arts, announces new season
While the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts venue will remain, the organization has rebranded as Penn Live Arts.
Book launch reestablishes economic legacy of Sadie T.M. Alexander
A new book spotlights the speeches and writings of Sadie T.M. Alexander, the first African American to earn a Ph.D. in economics from Penn and in the U.S.
The multilayered challenges of broadband expansion
Penn professors identify the challenges ahead for expanding broadband access to people who need it, in areas both rural and urban.
Mental Health Awareness Month happenings for Penn faculty and staff
For Mental Health Awareness Month, the Division of Human Resources is hosting faculty and staff events focused on caregiving support, mindfulness, and nutrition, among other areas of need.
How the pandemic has—and hasn’t—changed the Oscars
Ahead of the 2021 Academy Awards, to be held on Sunday, April 25, Penn film scholars discuss the highlights of this year’s contest and how the notoriously competitive Oscars campaigns have adapted to the pandemic.