Penn faculty and staff members now have the option to self-identify their sexual orientation and gender identity in their personal profile.
The University launched its 10th year of the Be in the Know campaign which focuses on wellness for eligible staff and faculty.
Each year, the program shines a light on the University’s stellar staff. This year, the University is proud to honor the professionals who exemplify the dedication, care, and innovation that helped the Penn community persevere during the pandemic.
A video message from Provost Wendell Pritchett and Executive Vice President Craig Carnaroli supports the emotional well-being of faculty and staff.
Jack Heuer, vice president of the Division of Human Resources, details Penn’s process and planning.
Sue Sproat, executive director of benefits in the Division of Human Resources, outlines the changes to benefits for Penn employees.
Forbes recognized the University of Pennsylvania among the top 100 of its 2021 list.
Effective April 2021, Penn’s retirement savings plans will undergo a major change.
To give the University community time to relax and recharge, Penn has added three additional days to the Special Winter Break.
When facing the challenges of the current moment, Penn students, faculty, and staff have options to promote their emotional, mental, and physical well-being.
The Perelman School of Medicine’s Kiran Musunuru said that the birth of gene-edited babies does not constitute a scientific advancement because “there was nothing preventing previous researchers who edited human embryos from doing the same, except their own ethics and morals.”
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