The UScholar lunches are your opportunity to learn about the work of other UScholars while enjoying FREE FOOD. UScholar students and faculty meet for lunch every Friday to hear a student or UScholar alum present his or her research and answer any questions.
TIME: Fridays at noon
PLACE: Fireside Room, 2nd Floor of the ARCH building
SPEAKERS: If you are interested in presenting, contact Harriet Joseph. For presentation guidelines, click here.
Hear Penn’s Undergraduate Research Award recipients and Penn’s University Scholars discuss their work while enjoying a catered lunch! Fridays at noon in the Fireside Room (unless otherwise noted).
Friday, Sept 11th Aaron Mandelbaum, C'17: "The Plain Truth About Common Sense: Dr. Benjamin Rush's Role in Promoting American Independence"
Friday, Sept. 18th Carla Winter, SEAS ’16: "Transplantable micro-tissue engineered constructs consisting of aligned astrocytes to facilitate nervous system regeneration"
Friday, October 2nd Dr. Alain Plante demonstrating “elevator talks.”
Tuesday, October 6th Olivia Lenz, C'13 Alumna UScholar dinner talk (6pm)
Friday, October 16th Jordi Prince-Rivera, C'16: "Wandering Spirits: A Universal Native American Belief?"
Friday, October 23rd Louis Capozzi, C'16: "The Men Behind the Curtains"