Penn GSE News Archive

  • Race & Equity
  • Counseling & Human Development
June 16, 2017

A 5-week culturally-based therapeutic program directed by Postdoctoral Fellow Riana Anderson empowers African American youth and their parents to confront racial trauma and stress together.


  • Higher Education
June 7, 2017

In his book Selling Hope and College, Posecznick examines the educational, financial, and ethical pressures on admissions officers at a non-selective college. 


  • Higher Education
  • Race & Equity
May 31, 2017

A noted education historian, Gasman’s areas of expertise include the history of American higher education, historically black colleges and universities, minority serving institutions, African American leadership, and fundraising and philanthropy. The Chair was donated by the Berkowitz family in order to facilitate a study of ethnic relations, cultural pluralism, and diversity as they relate to education.


  • Counseling & Human Development
May 19, 2017

Writing for the Huffington Post, clinician Nitika Gupta explains that rather than planting the seed, talking about suicide can open the door to reducing loneliness and isolation.


  • News from Penn GSE
May 18, 2017

Penn GSE celebrated over 500 graduates in the 2017 GSE Commencement on May 13 in the University of Pennsylvania's iconic Palestra. 


  • Higher Education
May 16, 2017

Writing in Inside Higher Education, Peter Eckel says boards should cultivate members’ curiosity to avoid the status quo. 


  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Innovation
May 11, 2017

Penn GSE Associate Professor Susan Yoon wants science to empower students—both to develop the skills their futures will require and to live as engaged citizens.


  • News from Penn GSE
April 27, 2017

Individuals at Penn GSE are being recognized for their outstanding contributions.


  • Teaching & Leadership
  • Philly Impact
April 17, 2017

What can educators do to produce active citizens? Learn what Penn GSE faculty Sigal Ben-Porath and Rand Quinn discovered by studying school environments.

  • Education Policy
  • Alumni
April 14, 2017

David Soo, GR’11, believes technology is key to increasing access to education.