Carolyn Marvin of the Annenberg School for Communication says the war in Iraq doesn’t register with many Americans.
Penn in the News
Nathaniel Persily of the Law School discusses campaign law finances.
President Amy Gutmann explains why Penn’s financial-aid enhancement is important.
John DiIulio of the School of Arts and Sciences authors an op-ed on religious-based civic aid groups.
Corinne Sweeney of School of Veterinary Medicine says horses suffer mainly athletic injuries.
Robert Zemsky of the Graduate School of Education discusses the Spellings Commission’s vision for higher education.
Stephen Hoch of the Wharton School discusses brand saturation.
Paul Skilton-Sylvester of the Graduate School of Education comments on rumors that certain snacks can improve test scores.
Beth Soldo of the School of Arts and Sciences says boomers have more health concerns than other generations.
Bernard Anderson of the Wharton School says African-American spending increases are shaping the economy.
Martin Conyon, John Core and Wayne Guay of the Wharton School are cited for their research of CEO salaries.
Elijah Anderson of the School of Arts and Sciences says urban violence is closely related to the job market.
Karl Ulrich of the Wharton School discusses how environmental issues and economic markets are linked.
Richard Gelles of the School of Social Policy and Practice discusses visitation centers for non-custodial parents.
Dan Garafalo of Facilities and Real Estate Services discusses Penn’s efforts to recycle food waste.
Lance Becker of the School of Medicine comments on studies that examine CPR’s role in heart attacks.
The “Locally Localized Gravity” exhibit at Penn’s Institute of Contemporary Art is featured.
President Amy Gutmann comments on this year’s recipient of the Templeton Prize.
Stuart Fine of the School of Medicine says a major vitamin found in carrots is not as helpful to eyesight as previously thought.
The Quakers’ NCAA tournament odds are discussed.