University Communications Staff

Greg Johnson

Managing Editor

215-898-1427

gregj@upenn.edu

Ezekiel Dixon-Román, an assistant professor in the School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2), had an adventurous high school career, attending four different schools in three different states. He started out at Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., the city where he was born and raised. His mother, who worked for IBM, was transferred to Austin, Texas in 1993, where Dixon-Román attended Round Rock High School.
Almost every other Monday, the Division of Human Resources (HR) formally welcomes the newest members of the University community at the HR New Staff Orientation Program, a three-hour, in-person introduction to Penn that is open to all benefits-eligible employees.
Unsafe sexual behaviors, such as having unprotected sex or multiple sex partners, greatly increase the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection (STI), such as HIV—the virus that causes AIDS.
[youtube]http://youtu.be/AVnhWxDARbM[/youtube] SUNSHINE CITY: From Harare, Zimbabwe, Rutendo Chigora, 22, is a senior double majoring in international relations and political science, and minoring in English. In December, she was awarded a non-U.S. Rhodes Scholarship and will study at the University of Oxford in Oxford, England.
The Division of Human Resources (HR) has announced the 2015 Models of Excellence Program Award winners, an initiative introduced in 1999 to recognize notable staff member accomplishments at Penn that reflect initiative, leadership, increased efficiency, and a deep commitment to service.
It is next to impossible to open a newspaper, browse the web, or watch television without coming across an item of consequence related to the law. Be they criminal laws and civil laws, contracts and expiring contracts, property and deeds, marriages and divorces, or lawsuits and custody disputes, the law is pervasive in American life, even if not always overtly, and decides some of society’s most central issues.
On many a Tuesday this semester, Penn will gladly shine a spotlight on University research in the sciences through the Penn Science Café, and showcase research in the social sciences, the arts, and the humanities by way of the
On many a Tuesday this semester, Penn will gladly shine a spotlight on University research in the sciences through the Penn Science Café, and showcase research in the social sciences, the arts, and the humanities by way of the
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP) delivers more than 4,100 babies each year, slightly less than its older sibling, Pennsylvania Hospital. Obstetricians and perinatologists at HUP are in charge of deliveries, and provide expecting mothers with state-of-the-art prenatal care, expertise during labor and delivery, and comprehensive post-delivery care for moms, newborns, dads, and families.
Twenty-four hours does not seem like enough time for people to juggle their professional responsibilities while also raising their children, engaging with the community, and taking care of themselves and their home. The population at large, in the United States and abroad, finds it increasingly difficult to manage their work and private lives, and achieve harmony between the two.