Penn in the News

Washington Post — April 28, 2008
Jean Bennett and Albert Maguire of the School of Medicine discuss the “dramatic response” resulting from their study of blindness.
Washington Post — April 28, 2008
Margaret Goertz of the Graduate School of Education comments on federal education funding.
Associated Press — April 28, 2008
Jean Bennett and Albert Maguire of the School of Medicine say blindness treatments are progressing.
Governing — April 28, 2008
Donald Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences and Penn's Fels Institute of Government authors a piece on No Child Left Behind.
USA Today — April 28, 2008
Albert Maguire and Jean Bennett of the School of Medicine discuss the use of gene therapy in treating blindness.
Associated Press — April 28, 2008
David Rudovsky of the Law School is cited for his work campaigning for improvements in prison conditions.
Newsday — April 28, 2008
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg School for Communication analyzes political rhetoric.
Washington Post — April 27, 2008
Sarah Barringer Gordon of the Law School and the School of Arts and Sciences discusses police raids of Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints sites.
Milwaukee Public Television — April 27, 2008
Donald Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences and Penn's Fels Institute of Government analyzes the Pennsylvania Democratic primary.
Philadelphia Inquirer — April 27, 2008
Albert Maguire, Jean Bennett, and Eric Pierce of the School of Medicine are cited for their research on treating blindness.
Philadelphia Inquirer — April 27, 2008
Patricia Rose of Career Services says many employment institutions rely on college graduates as a large percentage of their hires.
Washington Post — April 26, 2008
Jack Guttentag of the Wharton School authors a column on home foreclosures.
Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) — April 25, 2008
Witold Henisz of the Wharton School says Olympic sponsors have to navigate politics with the host country.
HealthDay News — April 25, 2008
Daniel Langleben of the School of Medicine discusses facial-expression recognition.
Philadelphia Daily News — April 25, 2008
Penn’s Fels Institute of Government is cited for research on the Philadelphia Safe and Sound program.
Philadelphia Inquirer — April 24, 2008
Dean Andrew Porter of the Graduate School of Education is named to an advisory committee for the Philadelphia School District.
Washington Post — April 24, 2008
Scott Halpern of the School of Medicine says artificial heart pumps come with burdensome side effects.
Boston Globe — April 24, 2008
Donald Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences and Penn's Fels Institute of Government comments on the Pennsylvania Republican primary and John McCain’s candidacy.
Jewish Exponent — April 24, 2008
Beth Wenger of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for her books “The Jewish Americans” and “New York Jews and the Great Depression: Uncertain Promise.”
Chicago Tribune — April 24, 2008
Factcheck.org of the Annenberg Public Policy Center is cited for its media research on commercials aired by the presidential candidates.

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