University Communications Staff

Amanda Mott

Associate Director for News

Campus Housing/Dining, Development, Executive Vice President, Green Campus Partnership, Human Resources, International Media Outreach, Penn Compact, Penn Institute for Urban Research, Penn Media Seminars, Penn Media Training Workshops, Penn News for Parents, Penn News Today, Penn News Weekly

215-898-1422

ammott@upenn.edu

The University of Pennsylvania's new Young Quakers Community Athletics program  provides mentoring, pairing Penn intercollegiate and varsity players with the school-aged athletes and offering additional resources including staff, coaches, uniforms, sports equipment, bus transportation and acces
The Ronald O. Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics has received final design approval from the University of Pennsylvania Board of Trustees.
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, the FLAS program offers undergraduate and graduate-level academic year and summer fellowships to U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are enrolled full time and who want to study a modern African, Middle Eastern or South Asian language as part of their academic life.
On Dec. 4, members of the University of Pennsylvania community gathered for a “topping off” ceremony securing the uppermost beam atop Penn’s new Neural and Behavioral Sciences Building.
Two singing groups from the University of Pennsylvania earned coveted slots to sing at the White House for the president and first lady this month. The Penn Glee Club performed on Dec. 10 and the Shabbatones on Dec. 17.
By Christina Cook
Philadelphia City Council today honored the University of Pennsylvania among more than a dozen local universities and colleges with an official citation of City Council acknowledging their vital support and services to the School District of Philadelphia.
A Message from Amy Gutmann, PresidentVincent Price, ProvostGeoffrey Garrett, Dean of the Wharton School
A year ago, what started as a “crazy idea” among five University of Pennsylvania students in the off-campus apartment of senior Josh Tycko has turned into a budding social entrepreneurial business that is changing lives – theirs and those of thousands of children in India.
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