SP2 kicks off a conversation about the 2016 election with ‘Voices for Votes’
Penn’s School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) is about to make its first mark in the conversation concerning the 2016 presidential election.
I CARE trainings help identify and aid students in distress or crisis
While chatting with a group of Penn Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) clinicians, one point was made clear: The more people trained through I CARE, the better.
Constitution Day events celebrate America’s most sacred document
For Penn’s Office of Government and Community Affairs (OGCA), National Constitution Day—Thursday, Sept. 17—gives one more reason to get out the vote.
Penn-powered internship teaches high schoolers healthy eating
The day’s heat felt sweltering, but it didn’t stop the gardening crew—or G-Squad—from getting weeds picked, plants watered, and “good food bags” packed for their West Philadelphia neighborhood customers.
A Bash Between Friends
It wasn’t long ago that Maria Soltero-Rivera learned an important lesson: “Different is good.” “We’ve been working so hard doing this, and this little girl puts into a few simple words exactly what we’ve been trying to communicate to everyone,” Soltero-Rivera says. “You just learn so much from these kids.”
Improving the Quality and Relevance of Presidential Debates
In a 48-page report released in advance of the 2016 election season, an Annenberg Public Policy Center working group has laid out a series of suggestions to improve presidential debates.
Penn Vet’s Best Friends Bash brings awareness to craniofacial differences
It wasn’t long ago that Maria Soltero-Rivera learned an important lesson: “Different is good.”