Kathryn Schmitz of the School of Medicine discusses her research on the advantages of weightlifting for breast-cancer patients.
Penn in the News
Jeffrey Roth of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses a recent spike in juvenile crime.
Robin Leidner of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for her book, "Fast Food, Fast Talk: Service Work and the Routinization of Everyday Life."
Michael Eric Dyson of the School of Arts and Sciences is featured for his new book, "Come Hell or High Water."
Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts and Sciences suggests that early sociological study of suburbs may have been biased.
Penn announces a new financial-aid program to benefit lower-income families.
Nathaniel Persily of the Law School discusses the intricacies of political donations.
Shelley Rankin of the School of Veterinary Medicine discusses the transmission of germs and viruses to pets.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science’s robotic soccer team is featured in a piece on robotic sports.
Dennis DeTurck of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses applying mathematical strategies to NCAA brackets.
Martin Seligman of the School of Arts and Sciences is profiled for his application of his “positive psychology “ techniques to businesses.
Robert M. Nelson of the School of Medicine is cited for his co-authorship of an open-letter challenging ethics of popular blood study.
Stephen Burbank of the Law School is cited for his work as an arbitrator for an NFL player.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg School for Public Policy discusses Presidential speech rhetoric.
Dean Lee Stetson of Admissions discusses heavy AP course loads.
Don Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the advantages of democratic elections.
Janice Fanning Madden of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses population growth in the census.
Penn’s Annenberg Public Policy Center is cited for research on increased gambling among students.
William Labov of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses local linguistic differences in New York State.
Justin Wolfers of Penn’s Wharton School says research suggests point shaving in college basketball.