Penn GSE News Archive

Peter Eckel
  • Leadership
  • Higher Education
April 26, 2019

Penn GSE's Peter Eckel writes about the admissions challenges facing nonselective and moderately selective colleges and their boards.

 

Participants in Catalyst at Penn GSE workshop
  • Education Innovation & Entrepreneurship
April 18, 2019

The five-day workshop included expert advice from people working in industry and trips to Apple, Google, and Raise Labs.

 

  • News from Penn GSE
April 16, 2019

More than 75 Penn GSE faculty and students were featured in panels and presentations.

 

Ajoy Vase, Michael Golden, and Ed Metz at Catalyst Bootcamp
  • Education Innovation & Entrepreneurship
April 8, 2019

The bootcamp is part Catalyst’s ongoing series that prepares educational entrepreneurs to turn their ideas into products for children and educators.

 

Red and blue Penn GSE balloons
  • Alumni
April 5, 2019

The Penn GSE Education Alumni Association is proud to announce the recipients of the 2019 Education Alumni Awards.

Man smiling in front of campus building
  • Higher Education
  • Alumni
April 2, 2019

Penn has approximately three hundred thousand graduates spread around the world. Hoopes Wampler, GRD ’13, wants to engage all of them.

Man with glasses smiling
  • Higher Education
  • Alumni
April 2, 2019

Christopher Bradie, W’92, G’04, GRD’12, works to ensure that twenty different Penn departments and programs meet the needs of the campus community.

Woman smiling indoors
  • Higher Education
  • Alumni
April 2, 2019

As Penn’s associate vice president for institutional research and analysis, Stacey Lopez, GRD’11, uses data to tell stories.

Woman smiling outdoors
  • Higher Education
  • Alumni
April 2, 2019

Barbara Hewitt, GRD ’02, shapes career services programs institution-wide so they best meet the needs of all Penn students and graduates.

Penn's College Hall against a blue sky
  • Higher Education
  • Alumni
April 2, 2019

Five “home-grown” senior leaders at Penn draw upon expertise acquired at GSE as they make an impact on the nation’s higher education landscape.

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