Anusha Mathur, C’25, came to Penn with an interest in history and political science, and through her experiences in the College and Annenberg, discovered her passion for journalism and podcasting.
Mathematician Phillip Gressman and political scientist Daniel Hopkins discuss the latest research methods informing the creation of new voting district boundaries.
This fall’s 60-Second Lectures included a special Constitution Day edition and 1.5 Minute Climate Lectures during Climate Week at Penn.
Anaya came to Penn with an interest in studying medicine, but his experiences in the College brought out a passion for English and cinema studies.
Climate scientist Michael Mann talks with OMNIA about this summer's unprecedented weather events and why there's still time to take action.
A Center for Experimental Ethnography course lets students engage with artists via in-depth audio interviews, to examine questions of empire and exclusion.
Hansson intended to study earth science, but experiences at Penn allowed her instead to follow a passion for Medieval and Renaissance studies and pursue a law career.
Topics range from antisemitism to genetic ancestry tests and race.
As part of our audio scrapbook Penn Back Then, we speak with a diverse group of alums about their time at Penn.
The Professor of English on school as a stable place during a mobile childhood, her journey to academia via a furniture store, and her joy in discovering the many ways to study literature and work for justice.
On February 3, 2023, P. Roy Vagelos, President Magill, and the Penn community celebrated the installation of the final beam of the Vagelos Laboratory for Energy Science and Technology.
Penn Grad Talks features TED Talk-style presentations by Penn Arts & Sciences graduate students on a wide range of topics.