Penn political science faculty members weigh in on the new president’s challenges and opportunities for U.S. foreign policy.
Undergraduate Brooke Palmieri curates exhibit about the places in which we read.
American historian Bruce Kuklick shares his thoughts on this inaugural moment.
College of Arts and Sciences students discuss their research projects at the 2008 Family Weekend Research Poster Session.
Political scientist Don Kettl answers questions about the candidates' experience and the challenges they face.
Cosmologist Mark Devlin builds a telescope that floats to the edge of space.
Grad student Roger Turner explores the surprising connection between comic books, military training and the TV weather report.
Biologist Dorothy Cheney and psychologist Robert Seyfarth explore the intelligence underlying baboons' social organization.
Undergraduate Rebecca Sternschein traces the brain circuitry of art appreciation.
A new book by historian Steven Hahn takes up the hidden history of African American politics and the politics of writing history.
Larry Rome and John MacDermott introduce students to cutting-edge motion analysis technology. Three biomechanics students share their eye-opening videos below.
An audio Q&A with Professor of American Social Thought and Professor of History Mary Frances Berry