Here we highlight the journeys of members of our faculty as they followed their paths from impressionable young students to world-class scholars.
Doctoral candidates Roksana Filipowska and Maria Murphy create a series of workshops that explore sound technologies and their impact on our daily lives.
Michael Lobman, C'17, the 2015-16 Penn Plays Fellowship Winner for his original play "Mirrors," discusses writing for theatre versus screenwriting.
A panel of professors from the Department of Political Science discuss voting behavior and the nuances of the election process.
Ahead of the big game, we spoke with Errol Lord, assistant professor of philosophy, about the rationale behind fandom.
From heart valves to vapor deposition, Sharika Bamezai, C'18, and Eric Chen, C'18, ENG'17, present their research at the College of Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Research Poster Exhibit.
In a special podcast, we speak with Camille Zubrinsky Charles, Edmund J. and Louise W. Kahn Term Professor in the Social Sciences, professor of sociology, Africana Studies, and education, and Director of the Center for Africana Studies, about the holiday and the progression of social movements like Black Lives Matter.
In a special podcast, we spoke with professors Michael Weisberg and Paul Sniegowski about their experience with the case—and whether public attitudes on evolution have changed—as well as lead counsel and Penn Law graduate Eric Rothschild and presiding judge John E. Jones III.
Peter Decherney, professor of English and cinema studies, documents the challenges associated with making films in a country with an uncertain future.
VIPER scholar David Lim, C’16, E’16, is looking for ways to make computers work better.
Penn physics demonstration videos inspire classroom curiosity.
A University of Pennsylvania research program has gathered together leading scholars and advocates representing strongly opposing views on today's most contentious church-state issues, not to forge a consensus, but to model how to disagree without being disagreeable, while identifying any unexpected common ground.