Bhuvnesh Jain, Walter H. and Leonore C. Annenberg Professor in the Natural Sciences, and Michael Weisberg, Professor and Chair of Philosophy, discuss the mystery of dark matter and the use of some of the world’s largest telescopes to search for it.
College sophomore Karen Kim reflects on her decision to become an Africana Studies major.
Quayshawn Spencer, Robert S. Blank Presidential Associate Professor of Philosophy, explores the question, "What kind of thing is race?" in his classes and research.
Penn Arts and Sciences graduate students present on myriad topics in TED Talks fashion.
College sophomore India Allen on how an Academically Based Community Service (ABCS) course inspired her decision to major in Health and Societies.
Physics professors Mark Trodden and Masao Sako explain how dark matter and dark energy shape their work.
Tulia Falleti, Class of 1965 Term Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Latin American and Latino Studies Program, on the past, present, and possible future of Venezuela.
College senior Colin Lodewick on how a creative writing course and a modern view of John Milton's Paradise Lost deepened his appreciation of language study.
MindCORE's intensive summer fellowship program lets Penn undergrads work with researchers.
For their 60-second lecture, Emily Steiner, Professor of English, and doctoral student Aylin Malcolm, put a dramatic twist on medieval English and the 2018 midterm elections.
The latest OMNIA Podcast recaps the fall 2018 lectures and highlights a few past presentations by the likes of Angela Duckworth, Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Psychology, and author of Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance.
Deborah A. Thomas, R. Jean Brownlee Professor of Anthropology, discusses her journey from professional dancer to academic, embracing her many roles as an author, activist, educator, and artist.