As a photographer myself I have always been a fan of Eadweard Muybridge’s work. He was one of the first photographers I learned about in college and today I learned about his connection with UPenn!
Each year our Career Services office hosts a Design Career Fair. This year, over 80 employers will be on campus to meet our students, and many of those organization will be interviewing our students the morning of the fair. This is such a wonderful opportunity!
Many in our community have been impacted by the recent coronavirus outbreak.
This is one of the most exciting exhibitions I have seen in a while! And not only that, but, the exhibition includes installations from several Penn faculty and alumni. I am often proud to be a part of the Penn family and today is no exception.
We always try to share opportunities with our students, especially when it comes to free money! (outside scholarships, competitions, etc.) Today we came acros an in-house competition, (what a great idea)! See below for details.
It is the year of the Rat! We hope you are all having a wonderful Spring Festival! We here in the Weitzman School of Design will be celebrating the Lunar New Year Friday, February 21st during our school’s happy hour.
We look forward to this celebration every year! This year we will have food from Sang Kee Noodle House and performances by Penn Lions. Please join us!
Randy Mason, associate professor in the graduate program in Historic Preservation has co-edited the newly published volume Values in Heritage Management: Emerging Approaches and Research Dire
The deadline to apply for need-based financial aid is this Saturday, February 15. For domestic applicants that needs to be completed by filing a FAFSA.
A recent interview with Vincent Reina is being featured on our City and Regional Planning page.
I often take our location here in University City for granted. There is always so much going on near campus!
Zhongjie Lin, associate professor in our City Planning program, is leading a three-year project in response to Chinese-American relations involving climate change, migration and urbanization.