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Penn’s Kleinman Center Welcomes Hederman, Quigley and Neukrug as Senior Fellows
August 2, 2016
The Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design has named three new senior fellows. 
Kleinman Center Supports On-the-ground Learning for Seven Penn Students
June 29, 2016
A look at several of the Kleinman-sponsored students working for organizations from the U.S. Department of Energy to the State Department and the City of Philadelphia’s Energy Office.
Penn Graduate Student Selected as a St. Gallen ‘Leader of Tomorrow’
May 13, 2016
Leaders of nations, businesses and academia gathered in a corner of Switzerland to meet promising young graduate students and foster dialogue on critical economic and political issues.
Penn Global Seminar Readings and Study Abroad Transport Students to Paris
May 11, 2016
(In the second of a two part series on the University of Pennsylvania’s inaugural Penn Global Seminars, two professors share how they crossed schools and disciplines to co-teach a course with an embedded short study-abroad trip to Paris.)
Penn’s Jane Willenbring to Study Soil Metals for Geology and Gardeners
April 21, 2016
At first glance, it might seem that community gardening and beryllium isotopes have little in common.
Penn Design’s Cecil Balmond Awarded 2016 Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal
April 12, 2016
Cecil Balmond is the recipient of the 2016 Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Architecture.  He is professor of practice in architecture and the former Paul Philippe Cret Chair of Architecture in the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design.
Frederick Steiner Named Dean of Penn Design
February 25, 2016
Frederick “Fritz” Steiner will be the next dean of the University of Pennsylvania School of Design, effective July 1. 
7th Annual Penn Public Policy Challenge Finals
February 23, 2016
WHO &  WHAT:          The Public Policy Challenge invites students from across the University of Pennsylvania to develop a policy proposal based on an issue that affects Philadelphia, such as education, public health, homelessness, recidivism and others.
President’s Innovation Prize Contenders Vie for $100K Seed Money and Big Perks at Penn
January 29, 2016
In April, one enterprising senior or team of graduates-to-be at the University of Pennsylvania will be named the inaugural President’s Innovation Prize winners. The award comes with $100,000 in seed money and a $50,000 living stipend per team member. And that is just the start.
The Penn Institute for Urban Research Announces New Photo Contest
January 20, 2016
The Penn Institute for Urban Research (Penn IUR), in collaboration with the Center for Public Health Initiatives, recently announced a photo contest on the theme of public health and the urban environmental landscape. The contest asks participants to submit images