A summer research seminar by the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities (PPEH) allowed students to conduct research on Philadelphia's waterways and collaborate with community partners.
Jacob Gardenswartz, C'18, LPS'18, covers politics and law for MSNBC.
Michele Margolis, Assistant Professor of Political Science, discusses the effect of politics on religious identity.
Karen Redrobe, Elliot and Roslyn Jaffe Endowed Professor in Film Studies, discusses her journey as a film scholar.
Jimin Yoon, C'18, discovers an affinity for science.
For his English honors thesis, Nicholas Escobar, C'18, combined his love of literature and music.
John MacDonald, Professor of Criminology, says lessons about environmental stressors and crime can be extended to the relationship between heat and crime.
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.
Undergraduates dig into archival records to reframe Penn's historical ties to slavery.
Ana Alonso, C'18, develops card games to transmit Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Flathead Nation.
Kate Dorsch, Ph.D. candidate in History and Sociology of Science, discusses her research on UFO sightings in Cold War America and how scientific knowledge is created and communicated to the public.
In the only nation in the world to fund unlimited IVF, Alisa Feldman, C'18, investigates how providers communicate with patients.