President Amy Gutmann urges 2012 graduates to “go forth and change the world.”
Dr. Amy Gutmann: Recent Media Coverage of Penn's President
President Amy Gutmann will remain at the University’s helm into 2019.
An excerpt from President Amy Gutmann’s latest book, The Spirit of Compromise, is featured.
President Amy Gutmann and David Johnson, director of Penn Relays, are mentioned in an article about Jamaica’s involvement in track-and-field events.
President Amy Gutmann discusses her new book, The Spirit of Compromise, at the National Constitution Center.
President Amy Gutmann co-authors an article about the misunderstandings of compromise, particularly within the political sector.
President Amy Gutmann comments on Penn involvement in Coursera.
President Amy Gutmann is featured in a photograph with Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller during the Penn Relays.
President Amy Gutmann says, “I have spent some hours listening to them, and for me, personally it’s just incredibly moving and important.”
President Amy Gutmann says, “By bringing the Shoah archive to Penn’s campus, we provide access to the richest available collection of personal and historical narratives from those who endured and bore witness to the Holocaust.”
President Amy Gutmann is quoted about the USC Shoah Foundation Institute archives which are now available at Penn.
President Amy Gutmann and Robert Ghrist of the School of Engineering and Applied Science and School of Arts and Sciences comment on Penn offering online courses through Coursera.
President Amy Gutmann and Vice President Stephen MacCarthy of University Communications are quoted about Penn offering online classes via Coursera.
President Amy Gutmann says offering course via Coursera, “will increase our impact on the world.”
President Amy Gutmann says, “Bringing the Shoah Foundation to Penn, for me and for the university, is an incredible step forward.”