Dr. Amy Gutmann: Recent Media Coverage of Penn's President

Scientific American — March 26, 2015

President Amy Gutmann, Presidential Bioethics Commission chair, writes about three key areas of ethical concern in neuroscience research and application.


Philly Voice — March 17, 2015

President Amy Gutmann is quoted about the opening of the Penn Wharton China Center.


“Morning Joe,” MSNBC — March 12, 2015

President Amy Gutmann discusses how Penn is becoming more accessible for lower-income students.


Philadelphia Inquirer — March 11, 2015

President Amy Gutmann is highlighted for receiving the Reginald Wilson Diversity Leadership Award from the American Council on Education.


Philadelphia Inquirer — March 4, 2015

President Amy Gutmann is quoted about the Rendell Center for Civics & Civic Engagement’s relocation to the Annenberg Public Policy Center.


“Newsworks” WHYY Radio (Philadelphia) — February 26, 2015

President Amy Gutmann, chair of President Obama’s bioethics commission, discusses the panel’s recommendations on the 21-day quarantines of those exposed to Ebola.


Philadelphia Business Journal — February 26, 2015

President Amy Gutmann is quoted about the Pennovation Center design.


NBC News (Philadelphia) — February 26, 2015

President Amy Gutmann, chair of President Obama’s bioethics commission, says “The Ebola epidemic in western Africa overwhelmed fragile health systems, killed thousands of people and highlighted major inadequacies in our ability to respond to global public health emergencies.”


Philly.com — February 6, 2015

President Amy Gutmann discusses how she paid for tuition as an undergraduate student and the future of college affordability.


Philadelphia Tribune — February 1, 2015

President Amy GutmannChuck Leitner and Mike Murphy of Penn Athletics comment on the Young Quakers Community Athletics program.


Fox Business — January 23, 2015

President Amy Gutmann talks about President Obama’s proposal to tax 529 college plans.


CNBC: “On The Money” — January 18, 2015

President Amy Gutmann discusses making college more accessible and affordable for students.


Washington Post — January 13, 2015

One by one, the glass ceilings of academia are vanishing. Elizabeth Garrett, president-elect of Cornell University, will become the first woman to lead that school when she takes office in July. But in the Ivy League, such firsts have become almost commonplace. What may be more significant: Garrett’s ascension will mean women are at the helm of half of the eight Ivy League schools. She joins Christina H. Paxson of Brown University (who took office in 2012), Drew Gilpin Faust of Harvard University (2007) and Amy Gutmann of the University of Pennsylvania (2004).


Bloomberg — December 12, 2014

 

President Amy Gutmann participates in Bloomberg’s “Best Books of 2014” list selection.


Nature.com — December 9, 2014

President Amy Gutmann is noted for her conversation with writer Walter Isaacson at the 2014 Silfen Forum.