Welcome to the Weingarten Learning Resources Center
The Weingarten Center provides academic support services and programs for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students at the University of Pennsylvania through its two offices. The services and programs of both offices are free and confidential.
Provides professional instruction in university relevant skills such as academic reading, writing, study strategies, and time management to the Penn student community.
Provides comprehensive, professional services and programs for students who self-identify with disabilities to ensure equal academic opportunities and participation in University-sponsored programs.
The Weingarten Center is looking for two students interested in collaborating with us as PennFaces Fellows.
The primary goal of PennFaces is to foster resilience and create more honest and open dialogue on Penn's campus. This project aims to bring together the stories of Penn students, faculty, and administrators in order to challenge the pervasive notion of the "Penn Face." Members of the Penn community involved in PennFaces have hoped to expose and celebrate the complex narratives on campus, rather than always having them be reduced to a single notion of success. PennFaces collects the stories that made/make us who we are and which contribute to our unique narratives, yet in sharing those stories we also hope to create a closer, more accepting, more resilient campus community, through which we learn from, help, and inspire each other.
The Weingarten Center is looking for two fellows whose work will be devoted to promoting the PennFaces mission and website. One fellow will be the Website Curator and Chief Content Editor. The other fellow will be the Videographer / Photographer and direct other student videographers / photographers who may be contributors to the site.
Interested students are encouraged to apply for these fellowship opportunities.