Penn in the News

Los Angeles Times — June 2, 2008
Jack Guttentag of the Wharton School discusses home loans and foreclosures.
News from Indian Country — June 2, 2008
The Penn Center for native American Studies hosts a three-day conference, “Native American Languages in Crisis: Exploring the Interface between Academia, Technology and Smaller Native Language Communities.”
Washington Post — June 1, 2008
The Wharton School’s entrepreneurial program for National Football League players is featured.
RTE News (Ireland) — June 1, 2008
Donald Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences and Penn's Fels Institute of Government discusses the Democratic delegate dispute in Michigan and Florida.
Washington Post — May 31, 2008
Jack Guttentag of the Wharton School authors a column on battling home foreclosure.
Philadelphia Inquirer — May 30, 2008
Peter Kuriloff of the Graduate School of Education says gender differences in learning are generally small.
Korea Times — May 30, 2008
Mauro Guillen of the Wharton School discusses the Korean economy.
Wall Street Journal — May 30, 2008
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine comments on the criminal underground of organ trade and how it affects donation rates.
New York Times — May 29, 2008
Stewart Friedman of the Wharton School is featured for his role in leadership education.
New York Times — May 29, 2008
Michael Useem of the Wharton School discusses a United/US Airways merger.
Associated Press — May 28, 2008
David Rudovsky of the Law School comments on a criminal trial involving the slaying of a Philadelphia police officer.
Philadelphia Weekly — May 28, 2008
Donald Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences and Penn's Fels Institute of Government discusses Barack Obama’s voter demographics.
Wall Street Journal — May 27, 2008
Alan Charles Kors of the School of Arts and Sciences authors an op-ed on academic pluralism and its effect on university structure.
WHYY Radio (Philadelphia) — May 27, 2008
Ann Brownlee and Brian Rose of Penn Museum are featured discussing “Penn in the World” and other exhibits.
Associated Press — May 27, 2008
Ram Cnaan of the School of Social Policy and Practice says most ex-offenders want to better themselves after prison.
Associated Press — May 27, 2008
Ram Cnaan of the School of Social Policy and Practice says most ex-convicts seek to rejoin the community as productive members if given the chance.
Philadelphia Inquirer — May 26, 2008
Brian Rose of the School of Arts and Sciences and Penn Museum says brands like Indiana Jones benefit archeology as a whole.
Philadelphia Inquirer — May 26, 2008
David Metzger of the School of Medicine is featured for his global outreach in the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS.
Philadelphia Inquirer — May 26, 2008
Stephen Lane of the School of Engineering and Applied Science discusses many universities’ recent inclusion of a degree in video-game design.
Philadelphia Inquirer — May 25, 2008
J. Russell Ramsay of the School of Medicine says athletic activity is a good counter for those with ADHD.

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