Brooke Sietinsons

Brooke Sietinsons is Associate Director of Digital Communications for Penn Arts & Sciences. 

Guardians of the Gallery
Alums now at Christie’s, Sotheby’s, and Doyle auction houses discuss championing underrepresented artists, enriching an object’s narrative, their time at Penn, and more.
Addressing Tough Topics
The Living the Hard Promise dialogue series offers a chance for frank conversation about subjects from free speech on campuses to the role of universities.
Office Artifacts: Jean-Christophe Cloutier
Discover the stories behind six prized items in the office of Cloutier, Associate Professor of English, including a poster signed by Adam West, a Charlie Chaplin figure, and a Star Trek bottle opener.
An Economist’s Take on Illicit Drug Use
Research from Artem Kuriksha, GR’24, found that people will substitute one drug for another, but only in specific ways.
Pushing the Boundaries of Human Brain Imaging
A next-generation fMRI machine, the centerpiece of the new MindCORE Neuroimaging Facility, gives researchers across campus a novel tool to study the mind-brain connection.
Penn Arts & Sciences at Work: Sharon Kim, C’05
Penn Arts & Sciences at Work is a photoblog series that highlights College alums in their workplaces as they reflect on how and why their careers took shape.
On the Grid
Emily Schapira, C’02, WG’09, CEO of the Philadelphia Energy Authority, is fighting climate change and creating thousands of local jobs along the way.
Authoring Identity
Josephine Park, School of Arts and Sciences President’s Distinguished Professor of English, discusses the way literature has influenced the experience of being Asian American in the United States.
Starting a Conversation about Data Careers
The College Alumni Mentoring Series partnered with the Data Driven Discovery Initiative and Career Services for a panel describing the jobs available in this ever-evolving field.
Origin Stories: Ayako Kano (Video)
Kano, a professor of Japanese studies, discusses her love of music and theater, her grandfather’s notebook, plus her path to academia and her notions of scholarship “as an art and as a way of life.”
Back on Campus to Pay It Forward
Professional Women’s Alliance career roundtables bring alumnae and students together.
2024 Penn Grad Talks
Penn Grad Talks features TED Talk-style presentations by Penn Arts & Sciences graduate students on a wide range of topics.