Penn in the News

Philadelphia Inquirer — January 30, 2006

Ingrid Olson of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses her study involving human assessment of attractiveness.

Financial Times — January 30, 2006

Penn’s Wharton School tops the Financial Times'

Global MBA Rankings.

Times of India — January 30, 2006

Penn research studies are cited for their work on lie detection through use of brain scans.

KYW Radio — January 30, 2006

Don Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the effect the State of the Union speech has on congressional politics.

Philadelphia Inquirer — January 29, 2006

Barbara Wingate of the School of Medicine says coincidence seems to affect some more than others.

San Francisco Chronicle — January 29, 2006

Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses Ford’s pioneering minimum-wage policies.

New York Times — January 28, 2006

Michael Useem of Penn’s Wharton School discusses the Enron collapse.

Christian Science Monitor — January 28, 2006

Philip Jenkins of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses religious transitions in Africa.

Forward — January 27, 2006

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.

Knight Ridder News Service — January 27, 2006

Daniel Rader of the School of Medicine discusses the future of heart attack risk assessment.

Boston Globe — January 27, 2006

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.

Associated Press — January 26, 2006

Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses how pledge money might have led to a biased hiring decision.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — January 26, 2006

Peter Capelli of Penn’s Wharton School says increased life expectancy has lead to many CEOs working into very old age.

New York Times — January 25, 2006

Edward Mansfield of the School of Arts and Sciences examines the violent roots of democracy.

Philadelphia Inquirer — January 25, 2006

Steve Freeman of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses rising heating costs.

Wall Street Journal — January 24, 2006

Dean Lee Stetson of Admissions says the definition of cheating has become increasingly vague.

New York Times — January 24, 2006

Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine says medical companies provide irresistible ploys, hoping to convince doctors to use their products.

Today Show — January 24, 2006

Michael Eric Dyson of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for his new book, “Come Hell or High Water”.

Wilmington News-Journal — January 24, 2006

Robert Penna of the School of Dental Medicine discusses the motivations behind adult orthodontic treatment.

Washington Post — January 21, 2006

Susan Watcher of Penn’s Wharton School says increased mortgage loans are leaving the market vulnerable.