Doug Lynch of the Graduate School of Education authors an op-ed on managing talent in a higher-education setting.
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Ira Winston of the School of Arts and Sciences and Deirdre Woods of the Wharton School discuss e-mail technology in higher education.
Dennis Culhane of the School of Social Policy and Practice discusses ways to combat homelessness.
Roberta Iversen of the School of Social Policy and Practice discusses African-American upward mobility in America and is cited for her book, "Jobs Aren't Enough.”
Jonathan Supovitz of the Graduate School of Education authors an op-ed on improving school systems.
Annenberg Public Policy Center’s Web site, Factcheck.org, is cited for its research on presidential candidates’ voting records.
Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers of the Wharton School discuss the evolution of remarriage and its impact on economics.
Judith Coche of the School of Medicine and Heather Gorn of the School of Arts and Sciences comment on vegetarianism during holiday meals.
Allison Brummel of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses program proposals for Mayor-Elect Michael Nutter’s administration.
The Cira Centre South groundbreaking is featured.
Penn is cited as a model for neighborhood revitalization.
Joyce S. Meng, a student in the School of Arts and Sciences, is named a Rhodes Scholar.
Kevin C. Gillen of the Wharton School discusses economic trends in Philadelphia.
Keith McKnight, a student in the School of Design, is featured in an article highlighting creative Web content.
Jack Guttentag of the Wharton School authors an op-ed on mortgage-broker legislation.
Stephen Hoch of the Wharton School discusses retail sales market trends.
Neil Fishman of the School of Medicine discusses non-antibiotic anti-bacterial drugs.
Lawrence Sherman of the School of Arts and Sciences comments on the record of the new Philadelphia police chief, Charles H. Ramsey.
Anthony Sorrentino of the Executive Vice President’s Office discusses Penn’s revitalization efforts in West Philadelphia.
PennPraxis is cited for its river-project report, "A Civic Vision of the Central Delaware."