Members of Penn’s Native American and Indigenous Studies community reflect on the historic gathering of tribal nations and grassroots movement known as #NODAPL.
Penn conference brought together scholars to discuss issues raised by the election, the transition of power, and the new presidential administration.
Physics graduate student Dillion Fox makes outreach part of his work.
Ome Laila Balkhi, C'17, examines Japan's energy policies following the Fukushima power plant disaster.
Joseph Gehler, C’19, aims to create a statistical model that portrays the spread of weapons capabilities.
A collaborative event gives underrepresented groups an opportunity to explore the advantages of a Ph.D.-level education.
A look back at our top OMNIA stories from 2016
U.S. intelligence has recently confirmed Russia's interference with the 2016 presidential election through cyberattacks. We spoke with Mitchell A. Orenstein to discuss this attack, potential consequences for Russia, and future threats to other elections around the world.
A Penn Flutes Pop-Up Performance
Physicist Mark Devlin and his team of students harness cutting-edge technology to comb through the evolutionary history of the universe.
A special panel discusses multicultural democracy in a post-election world.
A digital humanities study in Dante's geographical imagination.