World AIDS Day: What’s happening with the epidemic today
Professor of Medicine and Associate Chief of the Infectious Diseases Division Ian Frank explains progress made and challenges still faced in the world of HIV/AIDS research, prevention, and treatment.
In this photography class, students become curators—at the Barnes
This year’s Spiegel-Wilks Curatorial Seminar has taken students inside the world of the Barnes Foundation, where they learn about the history of photography and get a hands-on look at museum operations.
Award-winning project sparks dialogue around trans literacy
A new working group funded by the Alice Paul Center serves as glue for cross-disciplinary dialogue surrounding trans literacy in classrooms and elsewhere.
Meet the ‘original typical Penn student’
“Rush: Revolution, Madness, and the Visionary Doctor Who Became a Founding Father,” by creative writing lecturer Stephen Fried, explores the life of Benjamin Rush, who had many ties to the University and is an oft-overlooked figurehead of the American Revolution.
New Ronald O. Perelman Center looks to the future while preserving the past
For the first time, the School of Arts and Sciences’ departments of Political Science and Economics will coexist in the same building.
Robert Drake’s super sounds of the ’80s at the ICA
The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation, PennDesign, and the Institute of Contemporary Art collaborate to throw the “Paint the Dance Floor” evening party at the ICA.