A six-episode podcast series that explores the forces that have shaped events in 2020. In these times, knowledge is more important than ever.
OMNIA looks back on books from three faculty whose contributions to the conversation on race and social justice have stood the test of time.
This spring, the 60-Second Lecture series went digital as faculty experts shed light on the COVID-19 pandemic.
How COVID-19 is bringing health inequality to the fore.
Rebecca Mueller, Ph.D. student in history and sociology of science, studies how infectious microbes like the coronavirus can affect communities of people with genetic vulnerabilities.
The Lauder Professor of Political Science on his journey from Ireland to Nigeria to Northern Ireland to England to the U.S., and what he learned along the way.
Breyasia Scott, C’20, discovered a new passion after taking Intro to Ancient Greece.
Jolyon Thomas, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, investigates the interdependent roles of corporations and religion.
Caitlin Clements, a doctoral candidate in psychology, puts autism-related lore to the test.
Students analyze data in the classroom and then bring their skills to NBC on election nights.
Ammon Perkes, GR’20, joined his wife Chloe in a BalletX video about the first 100 days of quarantine.
Joseph Kable, Baird Term Professor of Psychology, discusses decision making amidst the pandemic.
Saachi Datta, C’21, is combining her passion for religion and science on her path to becoming a physician.
Discover the stories behind the Professor of English’s home office items—in her own words.
Penn Program in Environmental Humanities (PPEH) students collaborated with a South Philadelphia community to design a project that helps neighbors imagine a healthier future after living in the shadow of the largest refinery on the East Coast.