A virtual lecture series features short talks on life’s bigger questions from Penn Arts & Sciences faculty.
Penn Arts & Sciences faculty address the current movement.
Omkar Katta, C’20, chose mathematical economics as his major when he was influenced by a creative writing class during his first year.
Penn Program in Environmental Humanities (PPEH) students collaborated with a South Philadelphia community to design a project that helps neighbors imagine a healthier future after living in the shadow of the largest refinery on the East Coast.
This spring, the 60-Second Lecture series went digital as faculty experts shed light on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Faculty from the Department of Political Science discuss the early results from the Democratic primaries and what they tell us about the electorate.
Students analyze data in the classroom and then bring their skills to NBC on election nights.
Reflecting on his four years at Penn, senior David Zhou is happy about how his world has expanded.
Penn Arts and Sciences graduate students present on myriad topics in TED Talks fashion.
A political science course showed College junior Bayley Tuch how she could pursue the ideas that excite her.
The newly formed ensemble made its debut during the 2019-2020 Academic Year.
Graduate and undergraduate students present their research at the Center for the Study of Ethnicity, Race, and Immigration poster presentation.