Even before the pandemic, campus initiatives like NatureRx@Penn and the 30x30 Challenge encouraged time outside. These efforts are continuing, now that restorative outlets are more important than ever.
The agreement will result in the construction in central Pennsylvania of two new solar energy facilities that combined can generate 220 megawatts of electricity.
Small businesses in and around Penn are coming up with creative ways to financially survive the coronavirus crisis, as local and state governments issue shelter-in-place orders.
The University’s dedication is on top of the $1 million employee assistance fund announced earlier this month by Penn Medicine.
Fresh Grocer at 40th and Walnut streets has closed its doors. Penn Transit is offering new services to accommodate the grocery needs of students, faculty, and staff.
As part of a long-standing tradition in construction, members of the construction, project, and architectural teams were given the opportunity to sign the last beam before it was hoisted via crane to the top of Penn's newest residence hall.
The 65-year-old building has housed the Math, Physics, and Astronomy departments, and was constructed in an era when government partnered with higher ed to invest in its facilities.
The final 2019 installment in our series highlighting impactful work Penn faculty and staff do.
Taking a scientific approach to managing campus land, Facilities and Real Estate Services is partnering with soil scientists and ecologists to study how mulching plots with leaves fares for soil health and biodiversity.
The grand opening of the revitalized Penn Squash Center was held over Homecoming Weekend.
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The Wharton School’s Susan Wachter spoke about changes in the real estate market. “All the growth in housing new sales is in the South, where housing is affordable,” said Wachter.
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