Read the news articles below to learn more about what our students are up to in the world of undergraduate research, fellowships, and scholars programs! This is a great way to learn more about the types of research and fellowships students are participating in.
Katherine Li ('26) and Annabel Sumardi ('25) explored the intersection of art and science through their research on the climate crisis in the Netherlands. This research was conducted through the Penn Undergraduate Research Mentorship…
Qi Liu ('24), an Anthropology and History of Art double major, was an intern at the Exhibits Department of Penn Musuem this past summer through the Summer Humanities Internship Program.
Olakanmi Adio ('26), Madeline Hatola ('26), and Maliha Rahman ('25) conducted research on strategies to prevent sudden cardiac death in children under the guidance of Dr. Victoria Vetter, a pediatric cardiologist at the Children’s…
Irma Kiss Barath ('25) investigated the use of images and symbols to describe the historical role of bullfighting through field and archival research in France. This research was supported by the Pincus-Magaziner Family Undergraduate Research…
Timethius Terrell ('24), a Psychology major, conducted research on the social lives of LGBTQ+ students at Mahidol University International College in Thailand. This research was supported through the Gelfman International Summer Fund.
Crystal Marshall ('24), a Communication major, conducted an independent study on the inclusion of BIPOC and female filmmakers in the film canon and how to better educate young filmmakers. This research was supported through a College Alumni…
Tommy Zeng ('25), an International Relations major, researched China's legal system, reforms, and engagement with international law during the post-1978 Reform Era through the Penn Undergraduate Research Mentorship Program (PURM).
Xandro Xu ('25) conducted research at the on equity in medical education through the Penn Undergraduate Research Mentoring (PURM) Program.
Miette Gourlay ('25) conducted research on mental healthcare access for low-income women through the Penn Undergraduate Research Mentoring Program.
Zachary Levin ('26) is an intended Philosophy, Politics and Economics major who interned for NPR/WXPN's World Cafe radio show through the Summer Humanities Internship Program (SHIP).
Currently 29 University of Pennsylvania students, recent graduates, and alumni have been offered Fulbright grants for the 2023-24 academic year to conduct research, pursue graduate degrees, or teach English in more than 20 nations.
From Mexico, Silvia Huerta Lopez is a 2016 graduate now pursuing an M.D./Ph.D. at Harvard University.