Ingrid Olson of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses her study involving human assessment of attractiveness.
Penn in the News
Penn’s Wharton School tops the Financial Times'
Global MBA Rankings.
Penn research studies are cited for their work on lie detection through use of brain scans.
Don Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the effect the State of the Union speech has on congressional politics.
Barbara Wingate of the School of Medicine says coincidence seems to affect some more than others.
Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses Ford’s pioneering minimum-wage policies.
Michael Useem of Penn’s Wharton School discusses the Enron collapse.
Philip Jenkins of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses religious transitions in Africa.
Michael Carasik of the School of Arts and Sciences comments on a new book examining the Torah from the perspective of four different medieval rabbis.
Daniel Rader of the School of Medicine discusses the future of heart attack risk assessment.
Linda Aiken of the School of Nursing and the School of Arts and Sciences says most patients have very little information on their hospitals’ nurses.
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses how pledge money might have led to a biased hiring decision.
Peter Capelli of Penn’s Wharton School says increased life expectancy has lead to many CEOs working into very old age.
Edward Mansfield of the School of Arts and Sciences examines the violent roots of democracy.
Steve Freeman of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses rising heating costs.
Dean Lee Stetson of Admissions says the definition of cheating has become increasingly vague.
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine says medical companies provide irresistible ploys, hoping to convince doctors to use their products.
Michael Eric Dyson of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for his new book, “Come Hell or High Water”.
Robert Penna of the School of Dental Medicine discusses the motivations behind adult orthodontic treatment.
Susan Watcher of Penn’s Wharton School says increased mortgage loans are leaving the market vulnerable.