Karen Beckman of the School of Arts & Sciences highlights Penn’s HAIKU conference.
Penn in the News
Andrew Brandt of the Wharton School comments on the financial success of the National Football League.
Graduate student Matt Cook of the School of Arts & Sciences is featured for having his first thriller novel published.
Colin Hennessy of the Penn Fund says, “If we can do things to develop that relationship with our youngest alumni, we are going to see great returns in that long game.”
Kelly Writers House’s Al Filreis is featured for teaching Modern and Contemporary Poetry, a MOOC.
Cassie Mogilner of the Wharton School is mentioned for co–writing a paper, “Giving Time Gives You Time.”
Maurice Schweitzer of the Wharton School is cited for co-authoring Goals Gone Wild.
Mary Frances Berry of the School of Arts & Sciences is featured about her advocacy work and books.
Beth Linker of the School of Arts & Sciences writes about the Veterans Administration.
Kevin Platt of the School of Arts & Science shares his opinion about the Latvian capital’s mayor expressing his thoughts on Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Cynthia Otto of the School of Veterinary Medicine and A.T. Charlie Johnson of the School of Arts & Sciences discuss cancer detection.
Henry Daniell of the School of Dental Medicine says, “Our technique, which uses plant-based capsules, has the potential to be a cost-effective and safe alternative.”
David Skeel of the Law School writes about a dollar store merger.
Peter Cappelli of the Wharton School joins a discussion about this year’s job growth pace.
Penn’s student health clinicians are included amongst area universities taking precautionary steps aligned with the guidelines set by the government’s health watchdog.
Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School is quoted about studying the success of women on Kickstarter.
Marybeth Gasman of the Graduate School of Education shares her thoughts on the longevity and success of Xavier University’s president.
Joni Finney of the Graduate School of Education comments on the shrinking number of high school graduates and how that impacts area colleges and universities.
Susan Domchek of the Perelman School of Medicine says that the study does not “resolve the question of what the risk is to someone with no family history and a mutation.”
Dennis DeTurck and Bruce Lenthall of the School of Arts & Sciences write about a hands-on approach to teaching STEM through Structured Active In-class Learning, SAIL.