Colleges Against Cancer
A new Penn Medicine study finds marginalized groups of people value professionalism more—and are more likely to leave a job at an institution due to issues of professionalism—compared to their white, male counterparts.
For the alumni volunteer leaders with the James Brister Society, the mission to improve campus for people of color continues.
Lecturers and staff contributed video lectures that aid AP students in their ongoing studies during the pandemic.
As a community-service project, the team sold face masks and coverings to purchase 500 meals for essential workers at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
The third in a series of Penn Medicine’s public health outreach to stem the spread of the coronavirus looks at the role of contact tracing.
Through the TimeSlips program at the Penn Memory Center, older individuals are engaged through visual prompts to not just remember, but engage creatively with stimuli.
The contribution represents an unprecedented commitment to the City and its public schoolchildren, and is the largest private contribution to the School District in its history.
For International Education Week, Penn Today dives into some of the ways the University is remaining engaged throughout the world, while keeping physically apart.
After retiring in 2019, the long-serving Penn figure continues his work in community outreach in West Philadelphia.
Penn Medicine is partnering with sites around the city to offer COVID testing, contributing to 9% of all testing in the state.