Native American Voices: The People—Here and Now
The launch of "Native American Voices" will mark the beginning of the exhibition's five-year journey at the Museum, during which nearly 300 objects representing more than 100 tribes will be rotated on display.
Greatest Possible Investment
Penn today has a more diverse, academically gifted and international student body than ever before. These exceptional men and women are choosing our University for its extraordinary opportunities for leadership, learning, and service.
Robockey Teams Face Off in Largest Tournament Yet
For students in the "Design of Mechatronic Systems" class in SEAS, "the finals" are more than just an exam; they are a tournament in which the winners hoist a trophy high above their heads in victory.
Penn Students Promote Linguistic and Cultural Diversity
ACTION is a full-fledged organization designed to promote and celebrate linguistic and cultural diversity by mobilizing volunteers to work toward making foreign language and culture education accessible.
Transformation Through Education
By opening the doors of Penn to remarkable students, the University helps them achieve their full potential as individuals, and also create an academic community that expands and deepens the perspectives of all who are part of it.
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.
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