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Grant funds biomedical research

The University received a grant from Johnson and Johnson last month to provide seed funds for biomedical research that could have commercial or practical applications. The unrestricted grant was not awarded for one particular project but rather for a variety of research projects that may already be ...

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Penn professor named to new U. post

The University named Penn Professor of Philosophy Paul Guyer the first Jonathan Nelson Professor last Friday. Guyer, who is known for his work in aesthetics, was hired as the first of six professors who will be appointed under the Humanities Initiative, a project funded by a $3 million donation and ...

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Stimulus funds for U. dry up

The most recent budget passed by the Corporation, the University's highest governing body, marks the end of the University's use of federal funding provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

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Guided by green, Brown tests uncharted waters

Before the 2008 economic downturn, the University had grand plans. President Simmons' ambitious fundraising campaign was on track to surpass its goal of $1.4 billion. Administrators were eyeing a new home for the Alpert Medical School, construction of state-of-the-art brain science laboratories, increases ...

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More space needed for long-term growth in sciences

Administrators across the sciences are eyeing expansion of facilities and faculty following the recent establishment of the School of Engineering and growth at the Institute for Brain Science. While no concrete plans are in place, discussions have emphasized a greater support of collaboration across ...

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