Campus Events

  • A building sketched with a series of illustrations showing figures escaping from fire.
    Safety Instructions

    Kyiv-based artists Anna Khodkova and Kristina Yarosh, known collectively as Etchingroom1, present their first exhibition in the U.S. The exhibit includes 14 graphic works that speak to the fragility of safety in the modern world. 

  • Paper rainbows hanging in windows of a house with a spring blossoming tree branch in front
    Becoming a More Supportive LGBTQ Ally

    In a workshop sponsored by the Division of Human Resources, the Penn LGBT Center staff discusses LGBTQ+ terminology and resources, all toward creating safe and inclusive spaces for the LGBTQ+ community at work and in our personal lives.

  • The Penn GSE building as seen from the street.
    EdTech Ventures

    Catalyst @ Penn GSE hosts this symposium for entrepreneurs in edtech who are looking for research insights and ways to drive sustainable growth. Penn faculty, staff, students, and alumni can receive a discount on admission.

  • Benjamin Franklin Statue in front of College Hall.
    June 2024 Wellness Walk

    The Division of Human Resources hosts the June Wellness Walk for members of the Penn community. A Penn Healthy You team will lead participants on a two-mile walk on or near campus.

  • Penn Museum exterior
    Wawa Welcome America Day

    As part of Wawa Welcome America, the largest July 4th celebration in the U.S., Penn Museum offers free admission to its galleries. Online reservations are required.

  • Penn Museum exterior
    Garden Jams

    Penn Museum brings back its summer concert series in the Stoner Courtyard. Every Wednesday in July, local musicians will perform and the galleries will stay open until 8 p.m. This is a ticketed event.

  • ICA Summer 2024 Opening Celebration

    The Institute of Contemporary Art welcomes all to celebrate its newest exhibitions, Where I Learned to Look: Art from the Yard, and Joanna Piotrowska, unseeing eyes, restless bodies. ASL interpretation will be provided for the program.

  • New and Expectant Parent Briefing

    The Division of Human Resources hosts an introductory briefing for expectant parents and those new to parenting or childcare. They'll learn about available resources at the university, time away policies, and adjusting to new schedules.