Step Right Up, Step Right Up -- for the First Annual MAGPI Content Provider Carnival where 22 amazing distance learning content providers will come together all under one virtual tent via live webcast to schools across the country!!
WHAT: The Mayor's Office of Faith Based Initiatives Job Fair, held in cooperation with the University of Pennsylvania’s Office of the Chaplain and Office of Community and Government Affairs and the Human Resources offices of the University and the Penn Health System
WHERE: Houston Hall, 3417 Spruce St., on the Penn campus
DENVER –- The University of Pennsylvania received Second Nature’s first Climate Leadership Award for Institutional Excellence yesterday at the 4th Annual American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment Summit here.
Philadelphia and San Francisco – The Wharton School announced that, for the first time in the history of the Wharton Global Alumni Forums, the School next year will combine the three regional Forums into a single event, to be held in San Francisco on June 23-24, 2011. We are excited to hold this year's Forum in conjunction with the 10th Anniversary of the establishment of Wharton | San Francisco, our West Coast campus and home to a thriving MBA Program for Executives, as well as an entrepreneurship program and non-degree programs for executives.
Penn Institute for Urban Research Signs Partnership Agreement With UN-Habitat’s World Urban Campaign
Today, Dr. Eugénie Birch, co-director of the Penn Institute for Urban Research (IUR), signed a partnership agreement with UN-HABITAT, the UN agency that focuses on urban affairs. The agreement certified the role that the University of Pennsylvania and Penn IUR will play in the World Urban Campaign, which aims to unite the public and private sectors together with civil society, to elevate sustainable urbanization to the top of the agenda for governments around the world.
PHILADELPHIA -- The National Research Council has released its long-awaited assessment of the nation’s research doctoral programs. The assessment, using data collected from the 2005-06 academic year, covers 4,838 programs in 62 fields at 212 universities.
The Morris Arboretum’s new Horticulture Center is spotlighted.