Jack Guttentag of the Wharton School authors an op-ed on subprime mortgages.
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Paul Rozin of the School of Arts and Sciences says portioning your meals can help combat obesity.
Justin Wolfers of the Wharton School is cited for his research on happiness.
Richard Ingersoll of the Graduate School of Education and the School of Arts and Sciences says the best teachers often have the fastest turnover.
Leonard Lodish of the Wharton School discusses how television advertising is changing.
Elijah Anderson of the School of Arts and Sciences says socio-economic issues in certain areas of Philadelphia lead to a climate of violence.
P.J. Brennan of the School of Medicine discusses methods used by hospitals to report information-.
Nancy Rothbard of the Wharton School discusses how morning moods affect work productivity.
Andrew Newberg of the School of Medicine says scientific findings are interpreted differently depending on individual religious and philosophical beliefs.
Dean Richard Gelles of the School of Social Policy and Practice discusses what could lead a mother to kill her children.
Yvonne Paterson of the School of Medicine says the FDA’s delay in approval of cancer vaccines is delaying treatment for patients.
Anne Cappola of the School of Medicine discusses the link between low testosterone levels and health problems.
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University Secretary Leslie Kruhly comments on Penn’s graduation webcasting.
The Wharton School is cited for research on hedge funds.
Lawrence Sherman of the School of Arts and Science discusses the rising U.S. crime rate.
Michael Eric Dyson of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the female hip-hop genre.
Kermit Roosevelt authors an op-ed on the evolution of marriage legislation.
Carol Wilson Spigner of the School of Social Policy and Practice says the Philadelphia Department of Human Services needs a permanent oversight committee.
Marion Lindblad-Goldberg of the School of Medicine says micromanagement and high expectations for vacations can often lead to stress and disappointment.