Penn in the News

New York Times — May 11, 2006

Dean Lee Stetson of Admissions discusses a small dip in SAT scores.

Philadelphia Inquirer — May 11, 2006

Olivia Mitchell of Penn’s Wharton School says early-retirement saving is irreplaceable.

Associated Press — May 11, 2006

Jeremy Siegel of Penn’s Wharton School is profiled.

Wall Street Journal — May 11, 2006

Jack Guttentag of Penn’s Wharton School is referenced for his mortgage-advice Web site.

Philadelphia Inquirer — May 10, 2006

John B. Jemmott III of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication authors a commentary on the fight against AIDS.

Philadelphia Inquirer — May 10, 2006

Harvey Rubin of the School of Medicine says Philadelphia has a plan in place if a bird flu pandemic strikes.

New York Times — May 9, 2006

The F.O.P. research of Frederick Kaplan of the School of Medicine is featured.

Knight Ridder News Service — May 8, 2006

Vinay Nadkarni of the School of Medicine says hypothermia has the potential to revolutionize CPR.

New York Times — May 7, 2006

Stanley Plotkin of the School of Medicine says catching a disease on an airplane is extremely rare.

Newark Star-Ledger — May 7, 2006

Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the previous mayors of Detroit.

May 7, 2006 — May 7, 2006

Joseph Bordogna of the School of Engineering and Applied Science says Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering is making a name for itself.

Associated Press — May 7, 2006

Charles Dackis of the School of Medicine discusses a new drug treatment for patients combating cocaine addiction.

Foreign Policy — May 5, 2006

Michael Tierney of the Graduate School of Education joins other scholars in a discussion on politics, trade, and the Iraq war.

Associated Press — May 5, 2006

Kenneth Lande of School of the Arts and Sciences says deep underground laboratories can provide a wealth of information about the planet.

Houston Chronicle — May 4, 2006

Carolyn Marvin of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communications says a non-English national anthem wouldn’t be news without the immigration debate.

Los Angeles Times — May 4, 2006

Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses accusations of negligence against HMO Kaiser’s organ-transplant programs.

Philadelphia Daily News — May 4, 2006

David Rudovsky of the Law School discusses fatal police shootings in Philadelphia in 2006.

NPR — May 4, 2006

Dean Richard Gelles of the School of Social Policy and Practice discusses the chaotic situation disabled children sometimes encounter in foster-care systems.

Associated Press — May 3, 2006

Charles Mooney of the Law School addresses laptop bans in the classroom.

Associated Press — May 3, 2006

William Labov of the School of Arts and Sciences says language differences in America are becoming easier to track.