Neill Epperson of the Perelman School of Medicine is quoted about infanticide.
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J. Scott Armstrong of the Wharton School co-writes an op-ed about how high CEO compensation hurts American companies and stockholders.
Kevin Gillen of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for his analysis of home sales in Philadelphia.
Dustin Brisson of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses his research on strain-specific immunity for Lyme disease.
Jerry Jacobs of the School of Arts and Sciences is highlighted for collaborating on research that shows increasing number of college students pursued degrees in science and technology during the Great Recession.
Vice President Maureen Rush of Public Safety is mentioned for being part of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Campus Safety Advisory Council.
Mariell Jessup of the Perelman School of Medicine comments on how cancer treatment can affect a patient’s heart health.
Doctoral student Andrew Stokes of the School of Arts and Sciences says, “Illness simultaneously reduces BMI and increases risk for mortality.”
Alexandra Michel of the Graduate School of Education comments on bankers that leave Wall Street mid-career but keep their taxing work practices.
Freshman Gillian Reny, who was a victim of the Boston Marathon bombing, is featured.
The “Titan Arm” developed by students of the School of Engineering and Applied Science is featured.
Matt Blaze from the School of Engineering and Applied Science comments on Internet security amidst the latest computer bug.
An interview with Jeremy Siegel of the Wharton School discusses what is needed for a healthy stock market.
Monica Mainigi of the Perelman School of Medicine comments on the creation of body parts for implantation.
Amy Kaplan from the School of Arts and Sciences is quoted on the globalization of higher education.
Charles O’Brien of the Perelman School of Medicine shares his thoughts on Narcan.
Jonah Berger of the Wharton School is quoted about the popularity of Internet memes.
Charles O’Brien of the Perelman School of Medicine suggests that more research is needed in order to categorize caffeine use disorder as a mental illness.
Michael Grandner of the Perelman School of Medicine says, “Sleep is probably easier to change than diet or exercise.”
Ian Bennett of the Perelman School of Medicine says, “For folks under age 30, text is the preferred form of communication.”