Daniel Aldana Cohen, assistant professor of sociology, discusses how issues such as social inequality inform climate change policy.
During Alumni Weekend 2017, presenters provided quick, expert takes on topics ranging from 3-D models of galaxies to the history of animal nutrition science.
We speak with a diverse group of alums, including Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for NBC and Chair of the Penn Arts and Sciences Board of Overseers Andrea Mitchell, CW'67, about their unique Penn experiences.
Rogers Smith, the Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Political Science, offers his take on why the firing of James Comey, as well as Trump's use of executive action and social media, is challenging the balance of power in Washington.
Writing course offers creative study of the iconic songwriter and Nobel Prize laureate Bob Dylan.
In partnership with the Philadelphia Museum of Art, History of Art graduate students participate in an object-based learning workshop.
School program launches with a day of TED Talk-style presentations from Arts and Sciences graduate students.
Members of Penn’s Native American and Indigenous Studies community reflect on the historic gathering of tribal nations and grassroots movement known as #NODAPL.
Members of the Cinema and Media Studies faculty discuss the nominated movies, directors, and stars.
Physics professors Mark Trodden and Bhuvnesh Jain discuss recent astronomical measurements that have opened a window into fundamental physics.
Physics graduate student Dillion Fox makes outreach part of his work.
Penn conference brought together scholars to discuss issues raised by the election, the transition of power, and the new presidential administration.
Ome Laila Balkhi, C'17, examines Japan's energy policies following the Fukushima power plant disaster.