Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences
At the Annenberg Center, 50 years of experimentation
The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts celebrates its 50th anniversary with a new season and a planned building expansion. Penn Today looks back at the Center’s history—and where it’s going under Penn Live Arts.
Campus & Community
Inspired by her experience caring for working dogs following 9/11 at Ground Zero, Penn Vet Working Dog Center Director Cynthia Otto’s initial vision has grown into a thriving organization with a mission to use science to improve the breeding, training, care, and effectiveness of working dogs.FULL STORY
The Wharton School invites students to take a break from studying and participate in this one-mile color run or walk through Penn Park. Admission is free and food and drink will be provided.
Morris Arboretum's 15th Scarecrow Design Contest is a chance to re-create a scarecrow version of your favorite spooky Halloween character for display from Oct. 1 through Oct. 31. Visitors will vote for their favorite scarecrow online to determine the winners for up to $250 as a cash prize.Ends September 27, 2022
As part of “The World Today,” Perry World House welcomes Barron Segar, CEO of World Food Program USA, to examine the impacts of the pandemic, climate change, and conflict on global food security. The session is moderated by Jennifer Pinto-Martin, the Viola MacInnes/Independence Professor in the Biobehavioral Health Sciences.
Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination at Penn
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