Robert Seyfarth and Dorothy Cheney of the School of Arts and Sciences are cited for their research on animal communication patterns.
Arts & Humanities
PHILADELPHIA -- This week, the University of Pennsylvania launched three free courses via Coursera, an online educational platform designed to make Web-based classes available more widely.
With the capacity to reach millions of people simultaneously, Coursera has a design inspired by educational research on effective learning practices and creates an interactive learning experience for the course offerings.
With narration by curators Loa Traxler and Simon Martin, the ‘Maya 2012’ exhibit at the Penn Museum is featured.
Working primarily in graphite and creating large, detailed drawings, Julie Saecker Schneider of the School of Design has put together “Artifacts, Massacres, and Dinner Parties” at the Charles Addams Fine Arts Gallery.
The exhibit, which runs until June 22, features some of her work recontextualizing myths and the physical description of memory.
The ‘Maya 2012: Lords of Time’ exhibit at the Penn Museum is highlighted.
PHILADELPHIA, PA – Winners of the collaborative Morris Arboretum-Woodmere Art Museum exhibit, 'Take a Seat!,' have been announced. Forty artists are included in the exhibition, and 70 Adirondack chairs will be on display at throughout Morris Arboretum’s 92-acre garden and at the Woodmere Art Museum May 31 through Labor Day, Sept. 3.