After the uncertainty created by Donald Trump’s executive order banning people from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the U.S., leaders at American universities need to be very clear about what they can — and can’t — do to protect their students and faculty, says Penn GSE Associate Dean Matthew Hartley.
“I am providing a service to the community by teaching, but I am also learning through the service,” says Anne Pyzocha, a student in the Educational Linguistics Division, specializing in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, or TESOL.
Senior Fellow Peter Eckel, a member of the Higher Education division at Penn GSE, was a recent guest on Wharton’s Sirius radio station to discussing the role boards of trustees can play in universities.
Savage, also a Penn Law graduate, brings diverse career experiences to her new role as principal. She hopes to inspire in her students the same sense of intellectual curiosity that kept her learning and exploring.