Engaging Locally Nationally and Globally

Spend summer nights at Penn Museum music series

This summer, the Penn Museum is offering a mid-week, after work treat—live music performed in its scenic Warden Garden.

Originally published on June 9, 2011

Penn and Chinese Academy of Sciences agree to develop neuroimaging center

Originally published on May 27, 2011

Stay fit and social with Penn’s Walking Program

Originally published on May 26, 2011

Garden Railway Display pulls into Morris Arboretum

Originally published on May 26, 2011

Penn receives $7.5 million to support Korean Studies Program

Originally published on May 24, 2011

Penn team to study climate change in Mongolia

Beginning next week, more than a dozen students, staff and faculty from Penn’s Department of Biology will begin a long and arduous trek into the steppes of Northern Mongolia as part of the National Science Foundation’s Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE).

Originally published on May 19, 2011

Go green and get healthy with Commuter Challenge

National Bike to Work Day gets underway on Friday, May 20, and Joy Cannon, a researcher at Penn’s Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine, is inviting fellow bicyclists to sign up for this year’s Commuter Challenge.

Originally published on May 19, 2011

MFA students exhibit work in Northern Liberties

Emerging artists from the School of Design’s Master of Fine Arts Class of 2011 have one more chance to showcase their work at the MFA Thesis Exhibition, opening today at the Ice Box Project Space in the Crane Arts Building, 1400 N. American St. in Northern Liberties.

Originally published on May 12, 2011

Penn Women’s Center offers anti-violence advocate training

Dating violence is a sensitive topic that University faculty and staff must understand in order to effectively aid the students they advise.

Originally published on May 12, 2011

Trees begin to take root in Penn Park

Penn Park construction workers are taking advantage of this week’s perfect springtime weather to keep the 24-acre project on track for a fall opening. The park, which lies on the east side of campus between Walnut and South streets, is the centerpiece of the University’s Penn Connects development plan.

Originally published on May 12, 2011