Paying It Forward at Penn
Penn senior Diana Estrada Alamo's academic concentration is in infectious diseases, but her interest in good health extends to every aspect of her own life and the people she advocates for and mentors.
Thinking Beyond Recycling
An awareness campaign is highlighting the University's efforts to reduce, reuse, and recycle, as well as encouraging students, faculty, and staff to think beyond recycling.
Penn Researchers Show How Brain ‘Geotags’ Memory
The hippocampus in the brain is associated with remembering events and tracking locations. Researchers, however, had been unable to determine whether the same sets of neurons were involved in both of these processes.
Nanotech Innovation Keeps Surfaces Clean and Transparent
A spin-off company from Penn has found a way to solve the problem of keeping surfaces clean, while also keeping them transparent.
A Day in the Life of Penn
"A Day in the Life of Penn," led by the Office of University Communications, tapped student, faculty, and staff photographers to document all aspects of campus life from sunrise to well after sunset on one bright fall day: Oct. 29, 2013.
Behind the Borders of the Modern Middle East
Born in Iran, Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet is the director of Penn’s Middle East Center, a national resource hub dedicated to nurturing research, teaching, and an appreciation of things Middle Eastern.
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