Arts and Sciences faculty dish knowledge, one minute at a time
With only a minute to spare, Kimberly Bowes is going for the “wow factor.”
Why media should rethink the way it covers science
A Q and A with Kathleen Hall Jamieson, and Annenberg School for Communication professor, on the challenges and dynamics of science reporting.
Schwarzman Scholars Program funds graduate study in China
Blackstone’s Stephen Schwarzman will discuss the program-and why Penn students should apply-on Thursday, April 5, at Huntsman Hall with Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett.
Biden talks March for our Lives, Russia, and Cancer Moonshot
In Joe Biden’s opinion, if there’s one line from JFK’s famous “moon speech” that can best describe where the nation is at in curing cancer, it’s that “we are unwilling to postpone.” To a jam-packed Irvine Auditorium, Biden deliberately and passionately declared: “Every second counts.”
Gearing up for Open Enrollment: What’s new and what’s staying the same
From April 23 to May 4, Penn employees who wish to make changes to their health care elections will be able to do so.
Teach-in to build bridges, promote dialogue about difficult subjects
From March 18-22, the Faculty Senate will lead the PennTeach-In, which will address the production, dissemination, and use of knowledge. Events, including panels and talks, exhibitions, and film screenings, will be free and open to the public, with many family friendly programs.