of Penn's schools are in the top ten list compiled by U.S.
News & World Report, with three schools moving up from
last year's rankings (last year's rankings are in parentheses).
education, engineering, law and medicine are ranked annually.
Most other categories are not ranked each year. Those that were
ranked this year are: #23 biological sciences, #18 chemistry,
(the specialty of organic chemistry ranked #10), #17 computer
science (the specialty of artificial intelligence ranked #7),
#16 mathematics, and #20 physics.
education, GSE made the list of top schools for education policy.
top picks in business included the following specialty programs
Management Information Systems
ranked #28 this year, up from 30.
School of Medicine was also ranked in the top ten in four specialty
annual U.S. News & World Report rankings of America's
Best Graduate Schools will be in the magazine's April 15 issue.
For more on the rankings, see www.usnews.com.
Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 29, April 9, 2002
April 9, 2002
Volume 48 Number 29
again time to recognize excellence in teaching at Penn, with
the Lindback and Provost's Awards. And
the recipients are
political science professor is appointed to a
Penn's schools make the grade on the
top ten list of U.S. News graduate schools.
on the experimental SAS
Pilot Curriculum, including insights, accomplishments and
report on the University's
FY 2002 Budget, as reported to Council.
Roundup: a few of the many Penn projects and studies shed
light on interventions, risk-reductions, treatment strategies
and post-traumatic stress.