Penn in the News

New York Times — June 4, 2007

The Wharton School is cited for research on hedge funds.

Reuters — June 4, 2007

Lawrence Sherman of the School of Arts and Science discusses the rising U.S. crime rate.

Reuters — June 3, 2007

Michael Eric Dyson of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the female hip-hop genre.

Washington Post — June 3, 2007

Kermit Roosevelt authors an op-ed on the evolution of marriage legislation.

Philadelphia Inquirer — June 1, 2007

Carol Wilson Spigner of the School of Social Policy and Practice says the Philadelphia Department of Human Services needs a permanent oversight committee.

Baltimore Sun — June 1, 2007

Marion Lindblad-Goldberg of the School of Medicine says micromanagement and high expectations for vacations can often lead to stress and disappointment.

Philadelphia Inquirer — June 1, 2007

An exhibit at the Arthur Ross Gallery is featured.

USA Today — June 1, 2007

Penn Museum is featured as part of the “The King Tut Treasure Tour” geocache event.

ABC News — June 1, 2007

Donald Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences says the CDC is not always immune to partisan politics.

MSNBC — May 31, 2007

Brooks Jackson and Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg School for Communication discuss Factcheck.org, and their new book, UnSpun.”

New York Times — May 30, 2007

An exhibit at the Institute of Contemporary Arts is featured.

Philadelphia Inquirer — May 30, 2007

President Amy Gutmann is listed as among the top CEOs in the Philadelphia area.

Washington Post — May 30, 2007

Factcheck.org of the Annenberg Public Policy Center is cited for its sponsorship of a conference examining political attack ads.

Philadelphia Inquirer — May 30, 2007

Carol Wilson Spigner of the School of Policy and Practice participates in an investigation of the Philadelphia Department of Human Services.

New York Times — May 29, 2007

Daniel Janzen and Winifred Hallwachs of the School of Arts and Sciences are profiled for their moth research and books, “100 Caterpillars” and “100 Butterflies and Moths.”

Associated Press — May 29, 2007

Joel Cooper of the School of Medicine discusses a procedure to aid breathing for patients with advanced lung cancer.

Christian Science Monitor — May 29, 2007

John Paul MacDuffie of the Wharton School discusses a health-care crisis among Detroit auto workers.

National Public Radio — May 29, 2007

Richard Leventhal the School of Arts and Sciences and Penn Museum says tomb raiding is fueled by illegal art trade demand.

The Guardian (U.K.) — May 29, 2007

Camille Charles of the School of Arts and Sciences says African-Americans are under-represented in the black student populations at U.S. universities.

Philadelphia Inquirer — May 28, 2007

Thomas Childers of the School of Arts and Sciences and his book, “The Best Years of Their Lives: Coming Home From World War II and Beyond,” are profiled.