Innovation

Cooking up something special

The Food Innovation Lab at Tangen Hall provides a space for student entrepreneurs with an appetite for experimentation and creativity.

Carter Johns

The Pavilion at year one

It’s been one year since Penn Medicine celebrated the opening of the Pavilion, designed as a “hospital of the future” with advancements in patient care, collaborative research, and innovative environmental design.

From Penn Medicine News

A robot made of sticks

Devin Carroll, a doctoral candidate in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, is designing a modular robot called StickBot, which may be adapted for rehabilitation use in global public health settings.

Kristina García



In the News


Philadelphia Inquirer

Five ways Gov. Josh Shapiro can boost Pennsylvania’s innovation economy

Carl June of the Perelman School of Medicine is noted as an example of how innovative research can create business ecosystems.

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Inside Higher Ed

Designing assignments in the ChatGPT era

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School is incorporating AI into his classes in response to increased student use of ChatGPT.

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NPR

‘Everybody is cheating’: Why this teacher has adopted an open ChatGPT policy

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School has formally adopted an A.I. policy into his syllabus in order to teach his students to adapt to new tools while also using them responsibly.

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Bloomberg

Meet the law schools leading the way in innovation

Jennifer Leonard of Penn Carey Law speaks on the creation of the School’s self-care pilot program, Integrated Education on Well-Being and Thriving in the Law.

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SiriusXM

Sarah Hammer on Wharton Business Daily

Sarah Hammer of the Wharton School discusses her appointment as Pennsylvania Gov. Shapiro’s secretary of banking and security, her time at Wharton, and consumer protection.

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The New York Times

Don’t ban ChatGPT in schools. Teach with it

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School says that teachers need to figure out how to adjust to tools like large language models, which aren’t going to get less capable in the next few years.

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