Origins of the New Black Elite
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A recent article in Penn Medicine magazine highlights four Black graduates and physicians over 200 years, and the ongoing efforts today to build a more diverse and inclusive community.
Penn President Amy Gutmann’s record tenure of nearly 18 years is the University’s most transformative.
FAST (Food Access Support Technology) is a new platform created by Penn Medicine’s Center for Health Equity Advancement (CHEA) that connects health systems, food access community-based organizations and minority-owned small businesses to fight food insecurity.
A look at who is representing the University at this global conference, what they’re focused on, and how it fits into the bigger picture of worldwide climate action.
Frederick “Fritz” Steiner’s term as dean of the Stuart Weitzman School of Design has been extended two years to June 30, 2025. The announcement was made by Penn President Amy Gutmann and Interim Provost Beth A. Winkelstein.
The Campaign exceeded its initial goal, making this fundraising and engagement effort the most successful in Penn’s history.
In a photo essay, Penn Today highlights some of the center’s memorable guests and events from over the half decade.
The McKay Orthopaedic Research Lab’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) committee’s conference grant program offers a welcoming environment and resources that support people of all identities, to engate in orthopaedic research.
Hurricane Ida brought record-breaking rainfall and flooding, and stronger, more destructive storms will inevitably come. Being better prepared will require reconsidering how to protect people and their homes.
The SNF Paideia Program teamed up with Penn alumnus and artist JJ Tiziou for “Walk Around Philadelphia,” a fall retreat for student fellows.