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Frontiers Student Stories
English graduate student Jason Zuzga’s summer course tackles aliens, monsters, and what it means to be human.
Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World doctoral candidate Lucas Stephens uses an advanced aerial photography system to map an ancient city.
Undergraduates look under the hood of democracy in the new Penn Program for Opinion Research and Election Studies.
Three 2014 College grads are finishing their movie with money they raised on Kickstarter.
Visual Studies majors look at all the ways we see.
Students experiment with sound, theatre technique, and interdisciplinary learning.
Alexis Van Eyken
Sociology graduate student Alexander Jerneck examines the fiscal roots of corporate law.
Sonya Davey, C'14, wants to end sex-selective abortion. One of her solutions is already getting attention here and in India.
Criminology graduate student Jill Portnoy measures biological responses to stress.
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