By Christina Cook
School of Arts & Sciences
Alyssa Johncola is an unstoppable force at the University of Pennsylvania.
She’s the president, right winger and former substitute goalie of the women’s ice hockey team, a club made up of both graduate and undergraduate students at Penn.
Four Penn Students Built a Smart Thermometer to Help Parents Monitor Their Kids’ Fevers Anytime, Anywhere
Undergraduates Collin Hill and Aaron Goldstein of the Wharton School and William Duckworth of the School of Engineering and Applied Science and School of Arts & Sciences alum Becca Goldstein are featured for developing a smartphone-app thermometer.
Kevin Gillen of the School of Arts & Sciences explains how late tax payments weaken the system.
In a very poor but picturesque region of Guatemala, Seth Amos spent the summer working to help a town to develop an economic growth strategy.
In testimony before the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Benjamin Fogel spoke out against the repression of political freedom, false imprisonment and the absence of an independent judiciary in Belarus. But Fogel isn’t a world leader or foreign-policy expert.
Mary Frances Berry and Rogers Smith of the School of Arts & Sciences are quoted about race relations in America in light of the crisis in Ferguson, Mo.
In the New York City area, online students in a University of Pennsylvania massive open online course on modern poetry are getting the chance to meet offline.
Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts & Sciences is interviewed about President Obama, race in America and the crisis in Ferguson, Mo.
Jerry Jacobs of the School of Arts & Sciences is quoted about the difficulties and sacrifices associated with negotiating a flexible work schedule.