Huey Copeland Receives 2024 James A. Porter and David C. Driskell Award in African American Art History
The BFC Presidential Associate Professor of History of Art was honored for Black Modernisms in the Transatlantic World.
Three Penn Arts & Sciences scholars were part of the project, which provides engaging and informative materials on the critical metals.
The award is given to “the most deserving” individuals who have contributed to the “comfort, welfare and happiness” of humankind.
The School of Arts and Sciences has announced the launch of a new initiative to inform understanding and encourage respectful dialogue across the Penn community on today’s challenging issues.
Tom Mallouk, Vagelos Professor in Energy Research and Chair of the Department of Chemistry, is one of several researchers involved.
The prize, from the Haitian Studies Association goes to the book that exemplifies Haitian studies in the social sciences “with broad application beyond the academy.”
The first-year graduate students are studying in the Departments of Physics & Astronomy, Linguistics, History, and Religious Studies.
They’re studying bipolar membranes, part of overarching work aimed at advancing basic science that supports the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
New Gift Will Establish Funds for the Study of Jewish History and Culture, and for the Study of Antisemitism
The newly established funds will provide support for Katz Center projects and collaborations related to the study of Jewish life and new research into the history, causes and impact of antisemitism and anti-Judaism.
Since 2020, he has served as Senior Faculty Fellow, Global Climate Policy Lead, and director of post-graduate programs there. The post took effect September 1.
The program aims to give students a foundation that can be flexibly tailored to best support any major course of study in natural and social sciences.
The Alice and C. C. Wang Award in Molecular Parasitology recognizes work “making seminal contributions to the field of molecular parasitology.”
The honor, given by the Society for the Social Studies of Science, awards an exemplary work that contributes globally to the field.
Allison Dunatchik, Priyanka Goonetilleke, and Kathleen Hui have each earned the $10,000 grants, which “support the advancement of research and understanding in the major fields of the social sciences.”
Anand will serve a range of roles that will help broaden the Center’s intellectual mission and reinforce its role in the wider university.
In light of the recent Supreme Court decision regarding race-conscious admissions in higher education, the School of Arts & Sciences expresses its firm support for the statement by President Magill and Provost Jackson.
Romm has authored countless articles and 10 books in the areas of climate change, clean energy, and communications.
Torn Apart: How the Child Welfare System Destroys Black Families—and How Abolition Can Build a Safer World received an Honorable Mention for Distinguished Scholarly Book.
The new center brings together around 30 faculty from the School of Arts & Sciences and the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
The Fulbright Program is the U.S. government’s flagship international educational exchange program, awarding grants to fund as long as 12 months of international experience.
Dorothy Roberts, George A. Weiss University Professor of Law and Sociology, Elected to American Philosophical Society
An acclaimed scholar of race, gender, and the law, Roberts’ research catalogues the consequences of racial inequities for women, children, families, and communities—and counters scientific tenets about racial identity.
The fellowship from the Henry Luce Foundation/American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Program in China Studies enables faculty to work full-time on researching and writing a scholarly text.
The long-running prize recognizes excellent graduate instructors; unlike many other awards, nominations are made by students.
The Reese W. Flower Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics will oversee state-of-the-art improvements to the Simons Observatory.
Daniel, W'99, and Brett, C'01, Sundheim have established endowed scholarships and provided additional financial resources for Penn Arts & Sciences students from around the globe.
Two College seniors and a December graduate are among the 2023 President’s Engagement and Innovation Prize winners announced by Penn President Liz Magill.
The funds support research, scholarship, and programming in the Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business, Penn World Scholars, Islamic Studies, and the Marks Family Writing Center.
Information for the College, the Graduate Division, the College of Liberal & Professional Studies, and Fels Institute of Government.
Hari Kumar, ENG’95, W’95, and Sonia Nayaham Gift Funds Construction of State-of-the-Art Laboratories and Supports International Research and Scholarship
The gift supports Vagelos Laboratory for Energy Science and Technology (VLEST), the Center for the Advanced Study of India (CASI), and undergraduate financial aid to international students.