Campus & Community

A legacy of leadership

Dean Pam Grossman has guided Penn’s Graduate School of Education through a capital campaign, a global pandemic, a historic building expansion, and unprecedented growth with ambition and compassion.

From Penn GSE

The history-making Law dean’s eight dynamic years

During his tenure, Penn Carey Law School Dean Ted Ruger closed the largest gift ever to a law school, revitalized the faculty and the curriculum, and handled the pandemic masterfully.

From Penn Carey Law

‘Ritual and Remembrance’

Work by four artists in the current Arthur Ross Gallery exhibition, “Songs for Ritual and Remembrance,” uplift histories that have been repressed and underrepresented, including those of enslaved people and oppressed laborers.

Louisa Shepard

Ancient food and flavor

Food remains dating back as far as 6,000 years found at archaeological sites are now on view in a new indoor-outdoor exhibition at the Penn Museum, “Ancient Food & Flavor,” through the fall of 2024. 

Louisa Shepard



In the News


Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn Medicine had a $58 million operating profit in summer quarter, up from $50 million last year

The University of Pennsylvania Health System reported a $58 million operating profit for the three months that ended Sept. 30., with remarks from Keith Kasper.

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6ABC.com

Student organization at Penn giving free swim lessons to children with special needs

Penn students are providing free on-campus swim lessons to children with special needs through national nonprofit SNUGS.

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Fox 29 (Philadelphia)

American Education Week: Philly schools highlight initiatives to motivate, inspire students

Faculty from Penn recently taught students at Henry C. Lea Elementary School in West Philadelphia for the second year in a row.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

The Philadelphia-region’s nonprofit health systems: a recap of fiscal 2023 financial results

The University of Pennsylvania Health System has maintained its positive operating margin in fiscal 2023, with an affirmed ‘AA’ rating by Moody’s and S&P.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Emily Whitehead was the first child cured of cancer with therapy from Penn. She’s back as a freshman

Emily Whitehead of Philipsburg, Pennsylvania, the first child cured of leukemia with CAR-T cancer therapy, has returned to Penn as a first-year in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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