Penn in the News

WPVI-TV (Philadelphia) — May 4, 2015

Timothy Libert of the Annenberg School for Communication is highlighted for studying health data privacy.

“Marketplace” — May 4, 2015

Michael Useem of the Wharton School comments on CEO candidates being job creators.

New York Times — May 4, 2015

The latest book, Bad Faith, by Paul Offit of the Perelman School of Medicine is reviewed.

Scientific American — May 4, 2015

Scott Barry Kaufman of the School of Arts & Sciences writes about levels of sensitivity.

Times of India — May 4, 2015

A 2013 Center for the Advanced Study of India visiting fellow, Avijit Ghosh, recounts his time researching at the Penn Libraries’ South Asia Collection. Devesh Kapur of the School of Arts & Sciences and Pushkar Sohoni of the Libraries are mentioned.

State of Opportunity — May 4, 2015

A collaborative research paper from the Wharton School reveals what type of food is available on grocery shelves across the country.

Philadelphia Business Journal — April 30, 2015

The College of Liberal and Professional Studies in the School of Arts & Sciences is highlighted for partnering with the Baruch S. Blumberg Institute to allow graduate students to work in the Institute’s laboratories to develop treatments for hepatitis B and liver cancer.

Washington Post — April 30, 2015

Richard Ingersoll of the Graduate School of Education and the School of Arts & Sciences comments on his previous estimates about teacher attrition.

“Newsworks,” WHYY Radio (Philadelphia) — April 30, 2015

Joan Gluch of the School of Dental Medicine is quoted about fluoride levels in tap water.

USA Today — April 30, 2015

Senior Shadrack Frimpong of the School of Arts & Sciences is featured as one of the 2015 recipients of a President’s Engagement Prize and for his plans to open a community clinic and girls’ school in Ghana. — April 30, 2015

Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts & Sciences says, “There’s a long memory of historical injustice – going back to slave patrols, to police officers enforcing racial segregation and arresting nonviolent protestors, and the commonplace tension, conflict, and harassment directed at African-Americans by law enforcement officials.”

Huffington Post — April 30, 2015

Marybeth Gasman of the Graduate School of Education writes about how different the experiences are for African-Americans and whites when encountering the police.

“Newsworks,” WHYY Radio (Philadelphia) — April 30, 2015

Doctoral student Tim Libert of the Annenberg School for Communication talks about online privacy in regards to the Apple Watch.

Bloomberg — April 29, 2015

Dean Ted Ruger of the Law School recalls his experiences with a former classmate and now U.S. senator, Ted Cruz.

CBS Philly — April 29, 2015

Dean Joan Hendricks of the School of Veterinary Medicine talks about the newly renovated Ryan Veterinary Hospital lobby. — April 29, 2015

Michael UseemHoward Kunreuther and Erwann Michel-Kerjan of the Wharton School write about lessons to be learned from the earthquake in Nepal.

Huffington Post — April 29, 2015

Sigal Barsade of the Wharton School is cited for a collaborative study on the idea of compassionate love culture.

Philadelphia Inquirer — April 29, 2015

Frances Jensen of the Perelman School of Medicine writes about brain development of teenagers on their way to college.

Christian Science Monitor — April 29, 2015

Stewart Friedman of the Wharton School is cited for studying graduating students’ plans to have children.

CNN — April 29, 2015

CASI Spring Visiting Fellow Prashant Jha is interviewed about the Nepal earthquake.