President Amy Gutmann and other Penn administrators comment on Penn’s plans to expand east of the Schuylkill River.
PHILADELPHIA -- Three first-year graduate students in the University of Pennsylvania’s Master’s of Environmental Studies program are in Rio de Janeiro today in advance of the Rio+20 conference, where they will make a presentation on the role of higher educational institutions in sustainable development.
President Amy Gutmann discusses political compromise.
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PHILADELPHIA -– The KIPP Foundation announced today that it will partner with the University of Pennsylvania in an effort to increase college-completion rates for underserved KIPP students nationwide. This is KIPP’s first college partnership with an Ivy League university and its 10th partnership with an institution of higher learning since the fall of 2011.
President Amy Gutmann urges 2012 graduates to “go forth and change the world.”