• The History of Diversity at Penn

    The History of Diversity at Penn

    How does one distinguish between diversity and inclusion? Penn, in partnership with the James Brister Society, examines the question, and provides a snapshot of diversity at Penn since its founding in the short film “Towards Inclusion: Diversity at Penn.

  • Amy Gutmann Tells High School Students to Approach College with Passion and Purpose

    Amy Gutmann Tells High School Students to Approach College with Passion and Purpose

    Penn President Amy Gutmann visited the Eleanor Roosevelt High School in New York City on Nov. 10 to speak to junior and senior students about their college aspirations.

  • Raymond Perelman receives Penn Medal for Distinguished Achievement

    Raymond Perelman receives Penn Medal for Distinguished Achievement

    Penn President Amy Gutmann presented the University of Pennsylvania Medal for Distinguished Achievement to prominent Philadelphia philanthropist Raymond Perelman at an event Wednesday evening celebrating the naming of the Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine.

  • Integrated Studies at Penn

    Integrated Studies at Penn

    This fall, Penn launched a new undergraduate program in Integrated Studies. The program is designed around the idea that no single discipline or perspective can be applied to complex problems; instead, students tackle problems using multiple disciplines and approaches.

  • Ethically Impossible

    Ethically Impossible

    The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, chaired by Penn President Amy Gutmann, has completed the first phase of an important study on U.S.-funded research conducted in the 1940s in Guatemala that involved intentionally exposing and infecting vulnerable populations to sexually transmitted diseases without the subjects' consent.