Feminist Data Science in Action
Hybrid; Class of 1978 Orrery Pavilion, Van Pelt-Dietrich Library, 6th Floor
Louisa Shepard covers English, history of art, music, theater, and classical studies, among other subject areas, in the School of Arts and Sciences. She also supports coverage for the Kelly Writers House, the Graduate School of Education, the Penn Libraries, the Penn Museum, the Arthur Ross Gallery, and the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships, as well as fine arts in the Stuart Weitzman School of Design.
Five experts from the University consider the regent’s seven-decade reign, weighing everything from the changing role of media in crafting her image to the future of the United Kingdom.
The Penn historian and early modern Britain expert shares her thoughts about the British monarch who reigned for 70 years.
In his new book “The Future of Decline: Anglo-American Culture at its Limits,” English Professor Jed Esty offers alternatives to America’s “language of greatness,” taking lessons from the experience of Britain during the past century.
The Class of 2026 and other new students attended myriad events to get to know the campus and each other.
Artist-in-residence Katie Baldwin is printing a book she wrote and illustrated, inspired by a 400-plus-year-old volume in the Penn Libraries collection, sponsored by a residency with the Philadelphia Center for the Book.
Speaking to the Class of 2026 filling a sunny College Green, President Liz Magill and Interim Provost Beth Winkelstein assured first-years and their families that Penn will provide the support they need.
With students arriving on Penn’s campus this week to move into the College Houses, Penn Today has compiled links to resources and statistics about the campus Move-In experience.
Rising College of Arts and Sciences second-year Chaily Derecskey is a summer intern with Play On Philly, a nonprofit that provides orchestral instrument instruction to Philadelphia school children.
Sigal Ben-Porath of the Graduate School of Education says book bans and challenges affect free speech and expression, especially for young people, and that institutions of higher education are important for developing tools based on evidence for assessment.
In her first book, Whitney Trettien of the School of Arts & Sciences experiments with printed and digital assets while examining bookwork from the 17th and 18th centuries.