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  • Read about how Stephanie Chiorean (MES '08) is transforming Philadelphia’s public spaces and schoolyards into lean, green, stormwater draining machines. More >
  • Wharton staff member Denise Dahlhoff (Master of Liberal Arts '08, Master of Philosophy in Liberal Arts '10) talks about her life as an eternal student and what you can learn about business (and society) from a trip to Sarcone’s Bakery. More >
  • Read about Nidhi Krishen’s (MES ’15) switch from the binary word of software engineering to the pursuit of her lifelong interest in environmental protection. More >
  • Organizational Dynamics students visited Sweden to consider how the Swedish ideal of “lagom”—a balanced approach—might translate to other nations. More >
  • After five years as a research specialist at Abramson Family Cancer Research Institute, earning his Master of Liberal Arts degree and helping to bring bocce to Philadelphia, Tony Wu (MLS ’14) is off to his next challenge. More >
  • Read how Abdul-Hakim Muhammad As-Salafee tapped into Penn’s unique program called Pipeline for Promise, taking him from a Penn Summer course to working towards earning his Bachelor of Arts in sociology. More >
  • The faculty and staff of the College of Liberal and Professional Studies are pleased to announce the fall 2015 lineup of events, tours, fairs and on-campus and virtual information sessions. More >
  • Read about how Penn’s Assistant Swim Coach, Dan Schupsky (MES ’14), and his Eco-Reps are turning Penn Athletics green. More >
  • This year, students from the Medical Physics Programs at Penn’s College of Liberal and Professional Studies, and a resident in medical physics from Penn Medicine, swept the competition. More >
  • Steven Avery, PhD, Director of the Master of Medical Physics program from 2010 through 2015, was named a Fellow of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) in April 2015. More >


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