• Thinking Beyond Recycling

    Thinking Beyond Recycling

    An awareness campaign is highlighting the University’s efforts to reduce, reuse, and recycle, as well as encouraging students, faculty, and staff to think beyond recycling.

  • Cultivating Knowledge

    Cultivating Knowledge

    A stone’s throw from bustling 38th Street, just off Hamilton Walk, lies a carefully curated green oasis, and nearby, a soaring glass-walled structure where plants from the exotic to the mundane are cared for and studied. The James G. Kaskey Memorial Garden, better known as the BioPond, is a well-loved campus resource by those in the know.

  • Expert Advice, Unbiased and Nonpartisan

    Expert Advice, Unbiased and Nonpartisan

    Lawmakers faced with decisions about the economic recovery, funding for schools, rising health care costs, and the housing market could benefit from a little bit of unbiased expert advice.

  • Engineers Without Borders

    Engineers Without Borders

    Earlier this year, Penn Engineers Without Borders (PennEWB) traveled to Cameroon to improve an aged, inefficient water distribution system.

  • A Sweet Partnership with Local Chefs

    A Sweet Partnership with Local Chefs

    Some aspiring chefs in West Philadelphia jokingly refer to a partnership between Penn, its food service vendor Bon Appétit, and the Enterprise Center’s Dorrance H. Hamilton Center for Culinary Enterprises as the “cookie contract.” It’s also a serious ticket to their future.