Engaging Minds event continues ‘pushing knowledge to new frontiers’
Penn’s annual Engaging Minds event featured three faculty experts whose innovative research is changing the way we think and talk about policing, immigration, and suicides.
After nearly three decades at Penn, Maureen Rush set to retire
The passionate public safety leader has made a big impact on campus and in Philadelphia.
Simone Leigh’s Brick House officially dedicated on campus
During Homecoming Weekend, President Amy Gutmann celebrated with the Penn community the ‘dazzling,’ ‘daring,’ and ‘dramatic’ sculpture—one that is transformational for the University.
As The Power of Penn concludes, a look into its big impact
Penn Today chatted with Development and Alumni Relations’ John Zeller, who shared highlights of the University’s most recent fundraising campaign, and much more.
Meshing academics and fun for a summer program like no other
An inaugural Projects for Progress award helped bring to light a Penn Graduate School of Education and Netter Center for Community Partnerships initiative that readied young learners returning to in-person school this fall, and boosted teachers’ confidence.
Feeling ‘rejuvenated’ on campus, students celebrate Convocation
Penn’s newest students gathered on College Green on Monday, Aug. 30, to kick off the University’s 282nd year.