Dean Lee Stetson of Admissions discusses a small dip in SAT scores.
Penn in the News
Olivia Mitchell of Penn’s Wharton School says early-retirement saving is irreplaceable.
Jeremy Siegel of Penn’s Wharton School is profiled.
Jack Guttentag of Penn’s Wharton School is referenced for his mortgage-advice Web site.
John B. Jemmott III of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication authors a commentary on the fight against AIDS.
Harvey Rubin of the School of Medicine says Philadelphia has a plan in place if a bird flu pandemic strikes.
The F.O.P. research of Frederick Kaplan of the School of Medicine is featured.
Vinay Nadkarni of the School of Medicine says hypothermia has the potential to revolutionize CPR.
Stanley Plotkin of the School of Medicine says catching a disease on an airplane is extremely rare.
Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the previous mayors of Detroit.
Joseph Bordogna of the School of Engineering and Applied Science says Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering is making a name for itself.
Charles Dackis of the School of Medicine discusses a new drug treatment for patients combating cocaine addiction.
Michael Tierney of the Graduate School of Education joins other scholars in a discussion on politics, trade, and the Iraq war.
Kenneth Lande of School of the Arts and Sciences says deep underground laboratories can provide a wealth of information about the planet.
Carolyn Marvin of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communications says a non-English national anthem wouldn’t be news without the immigration debate.
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses accusations of negligence against HMO Kaiser’s organ-transplant programs.
David Rudovsky of the Law School discusses fatal police shootings in Philadelphia in 2006.
Dean Richard Gelles of the School of Social Policy and Practice discusses the chaotic situation disabled children sometimes encounter in foster-care systems.
Charles Mooney of the Law School addresses laptop bans in the classroom.
William Labov of the School of Arts and Sciences says language differences in America are becoming easier to track.