Black in Marine Science is building a community

Postdoc Camille Gaynus of the School of Arts & Sciences and colleagues formed a nonprofit dedicated to lifting up Black voices in marine science and inspiring a new generation to follow their curiosity about the ocean.

First-year research is hands-on from the start

With the Penn Freshmen Exposure to Research in Biological Science program, students from communities that are underrepresented in STEM can jump-start their scientific careers with mentoring and opportunities to pursue original research.

How COVID curbed undergraduate research opportunities

Undergraduate students share lessons and skills they learnt from doing research during the pandemic.

Professor Sarah Tishkoff elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.

Dr. Tishkoff and five other faculty members from Penn are honored for their efforts to help solve some of the world’s most urgent challenges.

David S. Roos on the future of COVID-19

The E. Otis Kendall Professor of Biology and infectious disease specialist discusses the virus, its variants, and vaccines in a Q&A.