We look back on our favorite arts and sciences stories of 2017.
Taije Silverman, a lecturer in the Department of English, has had poems featured in the Best American Poetry collections for the last two years.
Huynh, C’97, discusses her Penn degree's impact on her career.
Professor Charles Bernstein and Ph.D. student Chris Mustazza from the Department of English discuss PennSound—the world's largest online poetry archive, founded in 2003.
Laurie Allen, Director for Digital Scholarship at Penn Libraries, and Penn's Price Lab for Digital Humanities are helping to immortalize the public art and history project.
Through an Arts and Sciences grant, undergrads produced documentary and virtual-reality films with residents of the Kakuma Refugee Camp.
Tshay Williams, C’17, and Madison Dawkins, C'19, discuss their experience at Penn and their future plans.
Velay Fellow Grace Ringlein, C'20, discusses her work on the Dark Energy Survey at the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships Open House and Research Expo.
A Penn Arts and Sciences grant allows faculty and students to work with impacted communities in Pennsylvania to decrease lead exposure.
Penn Arts and Sciences alumnae create a network of women to support undergraduate students and recent College graduates.
Irina Marinov, Assistant Professor of Earth and Environmental Science, offers her perspective.
In partnership with the Philadelphia Museum of Art, History of Art graduate students participate in an object-based learning workshop.