Donald Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences comments on plans for a U.S. border virtual fence.
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Harvey Rubin of Penn's Institute for Strategic Threat Analysis and Response and the School of Medicine co-authors an op-ed on international disease prevention and travel guidelines.
Mike Cirigliano of the School of Medicine says a new diet drug has risky side effects.
Katherine Moore of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses a 16th century gunshot wound.
William Burke-White and Adam Kolker of the Law School author an op-ed concerning U.S. relations with Iran.
Penn is cited for its part in redeveloping University City.
Edna Foa of the School of Medicine is cited for her work treating soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Jean Macintosh Turfa of Penn Museum discusses ancient migration patterns.
Lawrence Sherman of the School of Arts and Sciences and David Rudovsky of the Law School discuss the stop-and-frisk policing method.
Vice President Anne Papageorge and Dan Garafalo of Facilities and Real Estate Services discuss the Penn composting and sustainability initiative.
The Center for Urban Redevelopment Excellence of the School of Design is cited for helping organize rebuilding efforts in New Orleans.
Phoebe Leboy of the School of Dental Medicine says young women need environments that encourage diverse career options in science-related fields.
Bernard Anderson of the Wharton School discusses the importance of a father figure.
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses a case of alleged negligence at a California hospital.
Susan Wachter of the Wharton School says subprime mortgages may be endangering the economy.
Laurie Cousart of Business Services discusses Penn’s use of alternative fuel.
Peter Dodson of the School of Veterinary Medicine discusses the discovery of an ancient birdlike creature.
Udai Bhan Pandey and J. Paul Taylor of the School of Medicine discuss the use of autophagy to treat neurodegenerative diseases.
Amy Jordan of the Annenberg School for Communication says jokes about drugs could trivialize the danger they pose to children.
Amy Jordan of the Annenberg School for Communication says parents should assign a limit to television viewing for their children.