Japan ambassador speaks of ‘cornerstone’ relations with U.S.
In a lecture and conversation with the Penn community, Consul General and Ambassador of Japan Kanji Yamanouchi discussed the state of Japan’s relationship with the United States.
White nationalism documentary explores the power of symbolism
At a film screening at Penn Museum, Assistant Professor of Cinema and Media Studies Julia Alekseyeva will discuss the unique form of the 2017 documentary "We Don't Need a Map" and explore its connection to the theme of kinship.
A conversation with Morris Arboretum Director Bill Cullina
In a Q&A, Cullina talks about generational change in public gardening, the uniqueness of the Morris Arboretum, and ideas for the Arboretum’s future.
A Q&A with Penn Medicine’s Jason Freedman for National Coming Out Day
The assistant professor of clinical pediatrics discusses being out at Penn and shares some of his own experiences as a gay man.
Bots, biases, and binge watching: How AI shapes the modern world
A three-part series and podcast delves into the nuts and bolts of algorithms, legal and ethical questions, and ways artificial intelligence guides decision making.