Student Moves Swiftly Through Pipeline for Promise Program All the Way to Penn

Through a Pipeline for Promise, Abdul-Hakim Muhammad As-Salafee has traveled a non-traditional path from working in the Philadelphia Prison System to Penn's College of Liberal and Professional Studies.

Three Penn Undergraduate Summer Associates Help to Affect Effective Philanthropy

As summer associates with the Center for High Impact Philanthropy, Lisa Shmulyan, Bobby Lundquist and Amber Hu are using data, research and social media to help donors make the greatest difference in the lives of others.

School of Social Policy & Practice at Penn Explores Opportunities in Botswana

Erica Zaveloff and Jerri Bourjolly from the School of Social Policy & Practice traveled to Botswana to explore potential areas of collaboration, based on the nation's most pressing social policy issues.

Penn GSE Student Helps Guide Language-transition Curriculum in Tajikistan

During her summer internship, Shruti Bhat, a student in the International Educational Development Program, is along the northeastern border of Afghanistan, establishing a new early childhood education curriculum.

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Penn in the news

A Double Date With Amazon, Comcast at Loews July 29, 2015 | Philadelphia Inquirer

Matthew Bidwell of the Wharton School comments on Amazon turning to less crowded tech scenes such as Philadelphia to hire employees.

Chinese Investors Tense as Stocks Tank Again July 28, 2015 | USA Today

Marshall Meyer of the Wharton School is quoted about the Chinese stock market.

A Professor Just Gave Us a Brutally Honest Assessment of Killer Robots July 28, 2015 | Attn.com

Jonathan Moreno of the Perelman School of Medicine and the School of Arts & Sciences comments on autonomous weapons.

How to Help Others the Right Way July 27, 2015 | Time

Adam Grant of the Wharton School is cited for his book, Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success.

John Oliver Shows Power, Limits of Entertainers July 27, 2015 | Philly.com

Brian Rosenwald of the School of Arts & Sciences writes about comedian John Oliver’s influence on politics and public policy.

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