• The Beauty of Penn in Winter

    The Beauty of Penn in Winter

    When snow falls, Penn’s tree-lined, urban campus is transformed into a canvas of winter white. Infused with the season’s muted light, the University’s iconic 19th and 20th century buildings, public works of art, and historic brick byways reveal a charming winter landscape.

  • Nanotech Center Continues to Grow

    Nanotech Center Continues to Grow

    Construction on the $91.5 million Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology on the 3200 block of Walnut Street is proceeding on time and on budget.

  • Penn Vet’s Working Dogs Get Schooled

    Penn Vet’s Working Dogs Get Schooled

    It’s been three months since the Penn Vet Working Dog Center welcomed its inaugural class of puppies, seven rambunctious balls of energy destined to become highly trained detection dogs performing jobs that range from police and rescue work, to bomb and drug detection.

  • A Day in the Life of Penn, 2012

    A Day in the Life of Penn, 2012

    Just before sunrise on Nov. 14, the day’s first baby was born at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Around midnight, a Penn Law student closed the day studying, surrounded by books.

  • Netter Center Marks 20 Years of Partnerships

    Netter Center Marks 20 Years of Partnerships

    Around 1979, when Ira Harkavy was finishing his Ph.D. at Penn, his mentor in the history department, Lee Benson, delivered an address that called for practitioners in communities to work together with academics.