In this season of In These Times, we talk to scholars, musicians and poets, and members of creative communities, to explore the link between making art and making meaning, and how creativity shines a light on the way out of adversity in tough times, past and present.
After deciding that a career in medicine was not for her, Isabel Hu, C'23, leaned into her love for art and became a design major.
Penn Arts & Sciences graduate students present on myriad topics in TED Talks fashion.
Ojo's interests range from the fine arts to psychology. Neuroscience courses deepened her passion for studying human behavior.
Through her study of philosophy, Emma Davies, C’22, combines her passion for immigrant and refugee rights with her intellectual curiosity.
The Robert S. Blank Presidential Associate Professor of Philosophy on his early love of biology, his turn into the philosophy of science, and his educational journey from Nashville to Cornell to Stanford.
Season 3 explores scientific ideas that cause big reactions. We’ll look at stories of science getting knocked around and standing back up again, in a world full of polarization, politics, misrepresentation, and simple misunderstanding.
Andy Eskenazi's journey through the VIPER program has included humanities classes that have given him a better understanding of his work as an engineer and the world at large.
The 60-Second Lecture series returned to campus this fall and included 1.5 Minute Climate Lectures during Climate Week at Penn.
Lecture topics range from "What Makes a Photograph Memorable?" to "Comics' Lessons for Pandemic Living."
Go beyond the shorthand with OMNIA’s podcast series, In These Times. In season 2, Black Lives and the Call for Justice, we explore the nation’s complex history with race.
A six-episode podcast series that explores the forces that have shaped events in 2020.