“At the Source: A Courbet Landscape Rediscovered,” the latest exhibition by the Arthur Ross Gallery, showcases a newly rediscovered Gustave Courbet modern landscape painting that has not been shown to the public in nearly 100 years. An accompanying catalogue of essays commemorates the 40th anniversary of the Arthur Ross Gallery.Ends May 28, 2023
The Center for Latin American and Latinx Studies presents a talk by Jorge Téllez, an associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese. He will discuss his research surrounding how 21st-century Latin American fiction addresses museums as spaces of cultural heritage in an era of misinformation.
Penn Libraries and the Penn Grad Center offer an information session on how to use Zotero to save sources and generate citations.
Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination at Penn
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Penn COVID Refund Settlement
The COVID pandemic created unprecedented challenges for colleges and universities to continue their operations – challenges that the University of Pennsylvania met with the extraordinary efforts of faculty and staff who worked tirelessly to support students in their studies. We also recognize that some of our students experienced unique challenges in continuing their academic programs remotely during the spring of 2020, and they sought compensation for charges that were paid anticipating in-person attendance. To resolve these claims, Penn has agreed to settle a putative class action lawsuit filed on behalf of students who were enrolled in the spring 2020 semester. More information about the settlement, including which current and former students may be entitled to any settlement proceeds, is available.