WHO: Tukufu Zuberi
The University of Pennsylvania will host a regional meeting of African think tanks February 3-5 in Pretoria, South Africa.
Media Contact:Kimberly Short | email@example.com | 202-777-2511January 16, 2014
A large-scale human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) intervention/education effort aimed at helping South African men take a proactive role in the prevention of that disease has proven successful, an important development considering that country has the largest number of HIV infections in the world.
Note for TV and radio: The University of Pennsylvania has an on-campus satellite uplink facility with live-shot capability and an on-campus ISDN line.
(This is the first in a series about University of Pennsylvania students who took their arguments in support of federal student financial aid to Washington this summer in a project organized by the Office of Student Registration and Financial Services.)
Mary Frances Berry, 74, has dedicated her life to championing the rights of people “nobody else would listen to.”
If 2012 University of Pennsylvania grad Mathew Bernstein does his job right, he thinks his position could be eliminated.
Media Contact:Kat Stein | firstname.lastname@example.org | 215-898-9642August 6, 2012
Studying abroad can take students to new places – both literally and figuratively. But, there are more benefits than just adding stamps to one’s passport. As many students at Penn are discovering, international travel and helping others in the global community serve as building blocks to a solid future.
Brittany Young, student in the School of Arts and Sciences, is featured for creating A Spring of Hope, a nonprofit dedicated to bringing fresh water to schools in Africa.