Posts Tagged ‘School’

Professor Henry R. Nau

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

With an established reputation in the study of international affairs, the Elliott School of International Affairs and its faculty of staff are well qualified to make judgements on the actions of the politicians that the School’s students study so closely.
Professor Henry R. Nau delivered a somewhat damning assessment of incumbent President Barack Obama in his contribution to the Hoover Institute’s Policy Review. Nau commented on the foreign policy of the United States to be like a pendulum, swinging wildly from Read the rest of this entry ?

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Brief Review of the University of Pennsylvania

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

The University of Pennsylvania is one of the most famous and oldest universities in the United States of America and was established around the time when the US came into being as a country. With a very rich history, it was founded by Benjamin Franklin and today it is a part of the Ivy League Group of Universities.

The university is situated in Philadelphia, and today is one of the main seats of higher learning in the New World. The university’s vast variety of departments and schools are renowned for their high quality teaching and learning practices. The university houses the School of Engineering and Applied Science, The School of Nursing, Read the rest of this entry ?