We built the Penn Course Review to allow Penn students to make informed decisions on their course decisions. PCR includes professor rankings, course difficulties, commentary, and more on all courses taught at Penn in the past decade.
Events@Penn is a centralized tool to discover all events happening on Penn’s campus that lists upcoming student events and the ability for students to search for events that may be of interest to them.
We built Penn Book Bazaar to solve one of the most basic problems confronting students: textbooks. Book Bazaar allows students to search for the textbooks they need as well as sell the ones they are done with. Need to sell a book? Check it out here. Need to sell something else? Stay tuned :)
Penn Mobile App is the university's first official mobile app. On iOS and Android, PennMobile provides live dining hall menus and hours, course and faculty search, live bus routes, popular sources of campus-news and school support numbers.
Common Funding Application is a tool allow student groups across the University to easily request funding for their events to one or more funding sources on campus. Simultaneously, funding groups have the ability to view what groups have applied for funding from them and make approval/denials.
Made At Penn is a showcase for startups and projects created by Penn students and alumni. Projects can be submitted for review, but only the best make it onto the homepage.
Pennvolvement is a platform for companies and organizations to post volunteer opportunities for Penn students.
Penn Course Review API was the first API we released for developers at Penn. Over the course of the last few years, the API has allowed students to create awesome apps with information including reviews for courses, instructors and departments. Request access to our API here.
While Penn already had an API for its registrar, Labs worked with the administration to open up the API for developer use. With an easy to use python wrapper, the API allows developers to access up-to-date registrar information, including course schedules, registration status and locations. Request access to our API here.
We're a non-profit, student-run organization at the University of Pennsylvania dedicated to building technology for student use and supporting an open-source development environment on-campus. We're sponsored by the UA, the Provost's Office and VPUL.
Tiffany, from Honolulu, is a sophomore in Business Analytics and Finance minoring in computer science. She is currently Labs’ Co-Director and primary UX/UI designer. In her free time, she enjoys playing volleyball and reading about design theory and psychology.
Adel is a senior from Detroit studying computational biology. When he's not hacking in Python, Adel enjoys learning new languages, trying spicy food, and studying organic chemistry.
Jason is a junior in Computer Science and Economics from Hong Kong. He is proficient in android coding, and when he is not coding he plays piano and composes.
Joseph is a junior studying computer science. He enjoys working on cool projects and spends his free time either hanging out with his suite mates or on the rift.
Suzanne Knop, from Poughkeepsie, NY, is currently studying Digital Media Design. She focuses on front-end web design and when she's not developing, she likes to make music videos and go to the roofs of buildings.
Brandon Lin is a freshman planning to study Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from New York City, NY. He likes coding in Python and typesetting in LaTeX, and can usually be found singing to modern music, 80’s pop, or Broadway musicals or with a Rubik's Cube.
Andrew Si, from Los Altos, California, is a freshman in computer science. He primarily programs in Java but has tested the waters of JS, Matlab, C++, and OCaml. During his freetime, he enjoys playing piano, tennis, basketball, and video games.
Julia Chun, from South Korea, is a sophomore studying computer science. Her current interests are data processing and big data analytics. In her free time, she likes to play the violin, dance, work out at the gym, or read about cool new businesses.
Made@Penn is a Labs project to showcase the work of student developers. Our goal is to strengthen the community of builders at Penn. If you'd like to demo your work, submit here.