Lawrence Sherman of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses a new program to pinpoint violent offenders likely to re-offend.
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E. Ann Matter of the School of Arts and Sciences says the Catholic Church has had a rebirth of traditionalism.
Douglas Durien of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses an experiment that mocks-up the effects of erosion.
Robert DeRubeis of the School of Arts and Sciences comments on a trial that investigates optimism's effect on anti-depressant treatment.
Kathryn Edin of the School of Arts and Sciences says unemployed men are more likely to be living alone.
Harold Dibble of the Penn Museum discusses the evolution of the Neanderthals.
Howard Stevenson of the Graduate School of Education discusses African- American fatherhood.
Barbaro’s recovery is the subject of an editorial.
Dean Lee Stetson of Admissions discusses the admissions process in the U.S.
Michael Eric Dyson of the School of Arts and Sciences heads a Q&A session on African-American issues.
Daniel Bogan of the School of Engineering and Applied Science discusses his work on musicians' software that aids children with brain injuries.
Nathaniel Persily of the Law School comments on the relationship between courts and public opinion.
Robert Zemsky of the Graduate School of Education says students choose higher-priced colleges even amid raising costs.
Nigel Lockyer of the School of Arts and Sciences authors an op-ed on the future of American particle physics.
Samuel Preston of the School of Arts and Sciences says that obesity has been figured in to long-term life projections.
Fernando Pereira of the School of Engineering and Applied Science says a new program he developed will help users remember their attachments.
James Orsini of the School of Veterinary Medicine discusses the cooling treatment being used on Barbaro.
Dean Richardson of the School of Veterinary Medicine provides updates on Barbaro’s condition.
Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts and Sciences discussess Philadelphia's Greenbelt Knoll, one of the nation's first racially integrated housing developments.
Jack Nagel of the School of Arts and Sciences says the value of the Internet for garnering political support for candidates is largely unknown.