GSE News: Higher Education

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.

 

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.

  • Higher Education
  • Education Policy
March 28, 2019

Perna released a study on Net Price Calculators among new calls in Congress to overhaul laws governing them.

 

A student writes at the whiteboard while Manuel González Canché thinks.
  • Higher Education
March 27, 2019

González Canché, a quantitative researcher at Penn GSE, is collaborating with qualitative researchers to help them see their results more clearly.

 

Penn GSE alum Michael Sorrell
  • Higher Education
March 20, 2019

The Wall Street Journal recently highlighted Sorrell’s transformative work as president of Paul Quinn College.

 

Sigal Ben-Porath
  • Higher Education
  • Race, Equity, & Inclusion
March 5, 2019

Writing in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Sigal Ben-Porath said the president’s proposal drifts into “thought-police territory.”

 

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