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Seeing The World Through New Penn Summer Abroad Programs

Students at the University of Pennsylvania can study in Cuba thanks to a Penn Summer Abroad program in Havana.

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Penn in the news

Penn to Move Ahead on $77.6M Development January 20, 2015 | Philadelphia Business Journal

Penn is highlighted for plans to build the Ronald O. Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics.


Should Urban Universities Help Their Neighbors? January 19, 2015 | The Atlantic

Anthony Sorrentino of the Office of the Executive Vice President says, “There’s a new way of orienting economic development around those most-reliable institutions -- you can say to a hospital or university, ‘you’re not going anywhere, you’re providing great service, but how else are you contributing to the place you call home?’”


Penn Preparing South Philly, China Projects January 14, 2015 | Philadelphia Inquirer

Executive Vice President Craig Carnaroli comments on campus expansion and growth.


Police Shown Gratitude on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day January 9, 2015 | CBS News (Philadelphia)

Vice President Maureen Rush of Public Safety comments on the Penn police force and National Law Enforcement Day.


‘It’s Not a Puzzle, It’s a Decision’ January 2, 2015 | Philadelphia Business Journal

Mark Alan Hughes of the School of Design is interviewed about Philadelphia’s future as an energy hub.


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