MSW Alumna Reflects on Transformative Year
Sherisse Laud-Hammond is the first Black woman and woman of color to serve as the director of the Penn Women’s Center.Read More
NPL Student Founds Nonprofit Consulting Agency
Olivia Welsh, after submatriculating into the NPL program, founded Marigold Strategies in the midst of the pandemic.Read More
Jennifer Prah Ruger Named Hastings Center Fellow
Hastings Center Fellows deepen public understanding of complex ethical issues in health, health care, science, and technology.Read More
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Last year, Sherisse Laud-Hammond was named the new director of the Penn Women’s Center, a position in which she is...
Let’s say that you’re a student, and you’ve just completed your undergraduate studies in the midst of a massive global...
The Spring 2021 programming of the Penn Population Studies Colloquium Series opened with a talk by Dennis P. Culhane, PhD, Professor...
Alicia Chatterjee, PhD candidate and MSW graduate at Penn’s School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2), recently won a Pennsylvania Society...