When University of Pennsylvania student Amy Phillips learned about the Girl Scouts at Penn program, she immediately joined.Having been a Scout from kindergarten through high school, Phillips was thrilled to be able to continue her involvement at Penn.
A double major in science, technology and society and philosophy, Paul Marett’s interest in the historical figures, who both predicted and influenced their futures, has led him down a unique path. For his senior thesis, he’s researching a collection of largely forgotten books published in Britain between World War I and II.
Professors James Eberwine, of the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine and Shu Yang, of Penn’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, have been
"The Ground on Which We Stand," a performance of original undergraduate student monologues based on the personal histories of West Philadelphia residents, took place Sunday, Dec. 14 at 2 p.m. at the Platt Performing Arts House, 3702 Spruce St.
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Penn in the news
The Museum is featured for a new partnership with Philadelphia schools.
Community work in West Philadelphia by the faculty and staff of the LIFE program of the School of Nursing is featured.
Vice President Maureen Rush of Public Safety and Penn are featured for commitment to safety on the University’s campus.
President Amy Gutmann and the Pennovation Center groundbreaking are featured.
Executive Vice President Craig Carnaroli co-authors an op-ed about the similarities between Philadelphia and Boston.