Greg Johnson

Greg Johnson

Managing Editor

Greg Johnson covers Penn Athletics and Recreation, which includes sports teams, intramural sports, and the Penn Relays. He manages the annual Research at Penn publication, which highlights notable research from all 12 schools at Penn.

Support for the college-bound

Funding from telecommunications giant AT&T will allow Penn’s Netter Center for Community Partnerships to help more high school students stay in school and prepare for college.

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Evolution at the molecular level

Joshua Plotkin, the Martin Meyerson Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Penn, has been a fan of math since his youth. He majored in math as an undergraduate student at Harvard, studied it as a visiting student at Oxford University and also planned to continue studying it in graduate school.

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Four Penn scholars awarded Fellowships

Four members of the Penn community were recently honored with the distinguished Guggenheim Fellowship, an annual award given by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to accomplished men and women who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or extraordinary creative ability in the arts.

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Conflict offers no easy solutions

For more than half a century, the Middle East conflict has been one of the world’s chief foreign policy concerns—a situation that has greatly affected Arabs and Israelis, Christians, Muslims and Jews.

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Paradise found

John Moore, "A Fine Fall Day," 2008, oil on canvas As a child, John Moore would play in the vacant back lots of factories in Wellston, a working-class neighborhood in St. Louis.

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