Daniel Rader, Marina Cuchel, Emma Meagher of the Perelman School of Medicine and John Swartley of the Center for Technology Transfer are featured.
Penn in the News
Garret FitzGerald of the Perelman School of Medicine says, “The process of drug development has broken down.”
An anonymously managed Facebook page called “Penn Compliments” is featured.
Howard Herrmann of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania comments on a new procedure for handling heart attacks.
Anthea Butler of the School of Arts and Sciences joins a conversation about President Obama’s speech on gun violence.
Harris Sokoloff of the Graduate School of Education comments on the Penn Project for Civic Engagement partnering with the Upper Darby School District.
Kevin Gillen of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses Philadelphia property assessments.
Marybeth Gasman of the Graduate School of Education blogs about Paul Quinn College in Dallas.
Marybeth Gasman of the Graduate School of Education co-authors an op-ed about the effect of the Common Core State Standards on HBCUs.
Stewart Friedman of the Wharton School is featured for conducting a study that found that today’s graduates are less likely to plan to have families than their counterparts 20 years before.
Michael Knoll of the Law School comments on tax cases.
Eric Clemons of the Wharton School is featured for a blog post about online profiling and invasion of privacy.
FactCheck.org and Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg Public Policy Center are cited.
Pavel Savor of the Wharton School shares his comments on the Office Depot and Office Max merger.
Kate Quinn and Brian Rose of the Penn Museum are quoted about the “Unearthing a Masterpiece” exhibition.
Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses municipal default and fiscal crises in Cleveland and Detroit.
Jerry Wind of the Wharton School comments on Barnes & Noble’s financial issues.
Laura Perna of the Graduate School of Education shares her thoughts about college costs.
James Serpell of the School of Veterinary Medicine discusses why some foods are taboo.
Camille Charles of the School of Arts and Sciences joins a conversation about racial profiling.