Julia Chatterjee, C'17, draws comparisons between two historical texts to shed light on the interpretation of dreams in ancient societies.
A thriving Native American language program makes Penn a Quechua hub.
Yann Pfitzer, C‘19, ENG'19, describes the impact of climate change on ocean phytoplankton.
Michael Horowitz, associate professor of political science, discusses the role of AI in the armed forces.
Emilio Parrado, professor and the chair of the Department of Sociology, discusses Latin American migration.
Participants discuss the intense, weeklong course of study aimed at expanding students’ intellectual horizons and preparing them for life on campus and in the classroom.
Sophie Bodek (Earth and Environmental Science, C'18) spent the summer conducting research on the chipping and fragmentation of rocks with Professor Jerolmack in Penn's Sediment Dynamics Laboratory.
Matthew Levendusky, associate professor of political science, discusses the standout moments of the Republican and Democratic National Conventions.
Bianca Reo Charbonneau, Ph.D. candidate in biology, studies how sand dunes protect the Jersey coast.
Professors of Philosophy Gary Hatfield, Scott Weinstein, and Daniel Singer discuss the influential scholar’s legacy in their field and his unique connection with Penn as scholar and alumnus.
This past spring, members of the first graduating class in Penn’s Vagelos Integrated Program in Energy Research (VIPER) presented their capstone research and design projects. VIPER was created in 2012 to educate innovators who could lead the search for practical and sustainable ways to produce energy.
Students from the Roy and Diana Vagelos Program in Life Sciences and Management share their capstone presentations with the research sector.