Feminist Data Science in Action
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Deborah Thomas, who runs Penn’s Center for Experimental Ethnography, and Christopher Woods, director of the Penn Museum, discuss a conference on decolonization that starts today.
The findings from an independent investigation into the handling of human remains following the 1985 MOVE tragedy were released after the report was shared directly with members of the Africa Family.
The remains of Black Philadelphians within the Samuel G. Morton Cranial collection will be repatriated or reburied, based on a report that outlined recommendations from the Morton Collection Committee.
The Penn Museum has been awarded a $750,000 Challenge Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.The grant will help catalyze fundraising for the renovation of the Museum’s Egyptian Wing, part of its major Building Transformation project.
Doctoral candidate Allison Russell of the School of Social Policy & Practice works with professor Femida Handy to examine how the self-help group movement leads to job creation in India.
Two seniors and one graduate student will receive one year of graduate study in global affairs at China’s Tsinghua University.
A 2017 graduate of the Wharton School, Theodore Caputi has won a prestigious Marshall Scholarship to study at any university in the United Kingdom.
President Gutmann was one of six leaders recognized by The Philadelphia Inquirer for work enriching the Philadelphia community.
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Sophomore Eva Maria Lewis is tackling the root causes of Chicago’s gun violence crisis and working to create equitable communities.
For the 12th consecutive year, the Division of Public Safety took the top spot in the higher-education sector of Security magazine’s “Security 500.”