Penn in the News

New York Times — October 18, 2005
Paul Root Wolpe of the School of Arts and Sciences says scanning the brain for signs of depression is currently too unreliable to heavily fund.
Toronto Globe — October 18, 2005
Ellen Freeman of the School of Medicine says a new contraceptive can alleviate pain by eliminating the menstrual cycle.
Washington Times — October 18, 2005
Dennis Culhane of the School of Social Policy and Practice comments on the success of strategies for combating homelessness in metropolitan settings.
NPR — October 18, 2005
Ian Lustick of the School of Arts and Sciences joins a panel to discuss the war in Iraq.
KYW-Radio — October 18, 2005
Dawn Bonnell of the School of Engineering and Applied Science speaks as part of a Penn forum organized to address emerging nanotechnology.
HealthDay News — October 18, 2005
William Holmes of the School of Medicine says abused boys are more likely to be abusive when they become adults.
New York Times — October 16, 2005
Peter Cappelli of Penn’s Wharton School comments on the organizational structure of the Department of Homeland Security.
New York Times — October 16, 2005
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication discusses the U.S. senatorial race in Pennsylvania.
Associated Press — October 14, 2005
Jeffrey Kallberg of the School of Arts and Sciences comments on a lost Beethoven script he authenticated.
Chronicle of Higher Education — October 14, 2005
Omar Blaik of Penn's Facilities and Real Estate Services says modernization of campus architecture can attract prospective students.
WPVI-TV — October 14, 2005
Penn breaks ground for a new apartment complex in University City.
Chicago Tribune — October 13, 2005
David Grazian of the School of Arts and Sciences says iPod video might have broad social consequences.
New York Times — October 13, 2005
Albert M. Kligman of the School of Medicine discusses sensitive skin.
USA Today — October 13, 2005
Larry Coben of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the ongoing excavation of an Incan site.
Los Angeles Times — October 12, 2005
William Bielby of the School of Arts and Sciences says Hollywood screenwriting jobs have not evolved in recent years to include many women and minorities.
Cox News Service — October 12, 2005
Stephanie Harzewski of the School of Arts and Sciences says the image given to single women in "chick-lit" can be empowering.
WHYY Radio — October 12, 2005
Sherrill Davison of the School of Veterinary Medicine is interviewed about avian flu.
Associated Press — October 11, 2005
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of Penn's Annenberg School for Communication says Tom DeLay is evoking standard defense strategies after his indictments.
Philadelphia Inquirer — October 11, 2005
Paul Sniegowski of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the battle over teaching intelligent design in Pennsylvania classrooms.
Washington Times — October 11, 2005
Art Caplan of the School of Medicine says the government or other third parties could soon force DNA tests.