In 2016, the Lauder Institute’s Africa Program was created as a first-of-its-kind management program to ground global business dealings in an African focus.
Penn experts reflect on the global supply chain snags that have stressed systems during the fall and holiday season.
Through a unique partnership between Penn, the University of Oxford, and the University of Toronto, a research group aims to train future leaders in environmental humanities.
In the first video of a series, Simon Richter of the School of Arts & Sciences, alongside a team of interns, works to demystify the Netherlands’ handle on sea level rise.
During a trip to Alaska in late August, students of the Lauder Institute explored the environments of Southeast Alaska and got to know the culture of the Tlingit people.
At an outdoor gathering at Penn Alexander on Sept. 21, the school community and guests celebrated its National Blue Ribbon Award.
In ‘Without Your Interpretation,’ the Institute of Contemporary Art showcases the work of Ulysses Jenkins, a pivotal influence on contemporary art for more than 50 years.
Recalling “purse hoagies” and other encountered utterances, Martha Rich’s “It goes by fast” exhibit showcases the sillier side of the arts.