Love at First Site
1:00p.m. - 1:15p.m.
Penn Museum, 3260 South St.
Claire Sliney is a co-executive producer of one of five films nominated for an Academy Award in the Documentary Short Subject category. “Period. End of Sentence.” explores the stigma of menstruation for girls in India and Sliney’s work to address the issue.
Charles Bernstein is the 51st poet to be honored with the biennial prize, one of the most prestigious given to American writers. Bernstein’s latest collection, “Near/Miss,” was published last year.
A 2017 graduate of the Wharton School, Theodore Caputi has won a prestigious Marshall Scholarship to study at any university in the United Kingdom.
Two seniors and one graduate student will receive one year of graduate study in global affairs at China’s Tsinghua University.
President Gutmann was one of six leaders recognized by The Philadelphia Inquirer for work enriching the Philadelphia community.
In a Japanese-language speaking competition hosted at George Washington University, two Penn students won among university-level competitors from across the country.
Adamseged Abebe of Gondar, Ethiopia, has been awarded an inaugural Global Rhodes Scholarship for graduate study at the University of Oxford.
A Penn Center for Innovation event on Wednesday will celebrate this year’s 100-plus patent awardees and honor individuals with the most impressive startups, inventions, devices, and deals.
Gutmann, who has served at Penn since 2004, will be honored in April for her transformative and innovative work at the University.
Noted for their contributions to dental and biological sciences, respectively, Hyun (Michel) Koo of the School of Dental Medicine and Joshua Plotkin of the School of Arts and Sciences are part of the newest cohort of fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.