Penn in the News

Atlantic Monthly — September 20, 2007

President Amy Gutmann authors an essay on “The American Idea.”

Courier-Post — September 19, 2007

Richard Zettler of the School of Arts and Sciences and Penn Museum is featured.

Allentown Morning Call — September 19, 2007

Mary Anne Layden of the School of Medicine discusses the traumatizing effects of prostitution.

Philadelphia Inquirer — September 18, 2007

Pavel Savor of the Wharton School discusses investment banks’ role in private equity deals.

Boston Globe — September 18, 2007

David Babbel of the Wharton School comments on annuities’ niche in the current economic climate.

Bloomberg News — September 18, 2007

Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses genetic testing.

Inside Higher Ed — September 17, 2007

Thomas Caleel of the Wharton School comments on deferred MBA admissions.

Houston Chronicle — September 17, 2007

James English of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the Congressional Gold Medal.

Philadelphia Inquirer — September 17, 2007

Lili Duda of the School of Veterinary Medicine discusses anaconda Sir Mix-A-Lot’s recovery from cancer.

USA Today — September 17, 2007

Siobhan Banks of the School of Medicine discusses sleep deficit’s effect on overall health.

HealthDay News — September 17, 2007

Penn researchers are cited for research on depression in the workplace.

Boston Globe — September 16, 2007
Amherst College President Anthony Marx, 48, is commanding attention by making the $45,000-a-year school affordable to more students.
Associated Press — September 15, 2007

Kent Smetters of the Wharton School discusses audits in federal agencies.

New York Times — September 14, 2007

Thomas R. Ten Have of the School of Medicine discusses research correlating suicide risk with antidepressants.

Bloomberg News — September 14, 2007

Andrew Metrick and Ayako Yasuda of the Wharton School discuss buyout firms’ profits.

Philadelphia Inquirer — September 14, 2007

Roger Turner of the School of Arts and Sciences comments on the impact of 20 years of ozone-protection legislation.

Associated Press — September 14, 2007

Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses government medical intervention.

Washington Post — September 13, 2007

Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses public anxieties surrounding organ donation.

Philadelphia Daily News — September 13, 2007

A Penn-affiliated anti-rape student group, “One in Four,” is featured.

Associated Press — September 13, 2007

Rose Cheney of the School of Medicine discusses the climate of violence in Philadelphia.