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.
Prints from 1934 to 2000 are featured in the current Arthur Ross Gallery exhibition, “From Studio to Doorstep,” through Aug. 21. The 37 Associated American Artists prints are part of the Penn Art Collection.
Rising senior Ricardo Del Rio, an electrical engineering major in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, studied at ETH Zurich during the spring semester.
Rising senior Ariana Wiltjer (center) studied at Trinity College Dublin during the spring semester.
On the first traveling tour as a gender-inclusive choir, the Penn Glee Club performed before audiences that included alumni in a Paris ballroom and passers-by on the streets of Barcelona.
In her latest book, Joan DeJean of the School of Arts & Sciences investigates the lives of female prisoners deported in 1719 from Paris to the French colony of Louisiana.
Rising senior Kiersten Thomas, a health and societies major in the College of Arts and Sciences studied abroad at the Stockholm School of Economics.
Shira Walinsky of the Stuart Weitzman School of Design and fourth-grade teacher Lisa Yuk Kuen Yau, a fellow in the Penn-based Teachers Institute of Philadelphia, worked with students to create a mural across from Francis Scott Key School in South Philadelphia.
Kimberly Bowes of the School of Arts & Sciences focuses on the lived experience of the Roman Empire’s working poor and the economies that dominated their lives 2,00 years ago.
Ethan Kallett has been awarded full funding to pursue an interdisciplinary master’s degree in China studies, with a concentration in economics and management, at the Yenching Academy of Peking University in Beijing.
May graduates Rowana Miller and Manoj Simha lead Cosmic Writers, a project supported by President’s Engagement Prize that provides free creative writing instruction to K-12 students virtually throughout the world.