Tracking parental leisure time and ‘intensive mothering’
Paula Fomby, a professor of sociology in the School of Arts & Sciences, worked with a team of PURM students over the summer to analyze time-use data of parents from 1965 to 2019.
On Wharton Business Daily, President Magill talks leadership
In her debut on the popular Wharton School radio show, President Liz Magill discusses her leadership style, lessons learned from leading during a pandemic, and her optimism for the future.
Duo of exhibitions showcase ‘Moveables’ and portraiture
“Moveables” and “When the Children Come Home” are the latest exhibits on display at the Institute of Contemporary Art, which remains free to all.
At Convocation, students encouraged to take a ‘fisheye’ view
Kicking off the University’s 284th academic year, first-year and transfer students were advised to take a wide view during at least some of their time at Penn, expanding horizons and seeing the borderless nature of knowledge.
Hard at work, crews make progress during summer construction
Ahead of the arrival of students, summer on campus bustles with construction teams advancing various building projects and maintenance work. Here, a look at what’s happening now.
Who, What, Why: Tamir Williams on Black visibility in Chicago’s nightclubs
Williams discusses their exhibition showcasing the photographs of Wharton alumnus Michael Abramson, who captured scenes from Black nightclubs in Chicago in the 1970s.