Penn in the News

Associated Press — March 15, 2007

Stuart Fine of the School of Medicine says a major vitamin found in carrots is not as helpful to eyesight as previously thought.

Bloomberg News — March 15, 2007

The Quakers’ NCAA tournament odds are discussed.

New York Times — March 15, 2007

Quaker player Ibrahim Jaaberis profiled.

Metro — March 15, 2007

Dennis DeTurck of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses NCAA Tournament pools.

Minneapolis Star Tribune — March 15, 2007

James Scurlock of the Wharton School is cited for his documentary film “Maxed Out.”

Korea Times — March 14, 2007

Mauro F. Guillen of the Wharton School discusses international investing.

Edmonton Journal — March 14, 2007

Maurice Schweizer of the Wharton School is cited for research into lie detection.

ABC News — March 14, 2007

Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine says neuroscience is not developed enough to realistically predict responsibility.

Associated Press — March 14, 2007

Kathryn Schmitz of the School of Medicine says that exercise can improve the health of smokers who aren’t willing to quit.

Detroit Free Press — March 13, 2007

Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for his research and his book “Origins of the Urban Crisis: Race and Inequality in Postwar Detroit."

Philadelphia Inquirer — March 13, 2007

Vukan Vuchic of the School of Engineering and Applied Science discusses the necessity of reliable mass transit in large cities.

Rocky Mountain News (Denver) — March 13, 2007

Dennis DeTurck of the School of Arts and Sciences says sports brackets are fundamentally mathematic.

New York Times — March 13, 2007

Charles P. O’Brien of the School of Medicine says U.S. troops’ alcoholism may be a symptom of more serious psychological problems.

National Public Radio — March 13, 2007

Stephen J. Morse of the Law School and the School of Medicine is cited for his research on links in neuroscience and crime.

USA Today — March 13, 2007

Joseph Woo of the School of Medicine comments on Regis Philbin’s upcoming heart surgery.

Detroit Free Press — March 12, 2007

Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts and Sciences says highly populated neighborhoods are usually more successful.

New York Times — March 12, 2007

Andrew Metrick of the Wharton School discusses patterns in sports pools.

New York Times — March 11, 2007

Stephen J. Morse of the Law School and the School of Medicine discusses the link between neuroscience and crime.

USA Today — March 11, 2007

Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine comments on the ethical questions surrounding experimental cancer treatments.

Philadelphia Inquirer — March 11, 2007

Howard Stevenson of the Graduate School of Education discusses the factors that may lead to student-teacher violence.

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