Penn in the News

Noticias.info (Spain) — September 26, 2006

Donald Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences says governmental systems have not evolved with the problems faced by citizens.

Wall Street Journal — September 26, 2006

David Reibstein of Penn’s Wharton school says marketers can be pigeonholed into a specific product space if they don’t reinvent their image.

Rocky Mountain News — September 26, 2006

Kathleen Hall Jamieson of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication discusses the relationship between politicians and their aides.

Associated Press — September 26, 2006

Nathaniel Persily of the Law School says Republicans have stronger legal teams.

Wall Street Journal — September 26, 2006

Martin Seligman of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for his pioneering work in positive psychology.

Wall Street Journal — September 26, 2006

Mauro Guillén of Penn’s Wharton School discusses Spanish companies’ acquisition of American companies.

Hartford Courant — September 25, 2006

Susan Wachter of Penn’s Wharton School says condominium sales are slowing.

Baltimore Sun — September 25, 2006

Stephen Gale of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses bans on liquids on airlines.

Minneapolis Star Tribune — September 25, 2006

Kathleen Hall Jamieson of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication discusses senatorial campaign strategies.

Boston Globe — September 22, 2006

Ann Rogers of the School of Nursing is cited for her research on sleep deprivation.

Baltimore Sun — September 22, 2006

Mitchell Lazar of the School of Medicine says that more medical tools are required to win the fight against obesity.

Wall Street Journal — September 21, 2006

Dean Michael Delli Carpini of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication says political webcasts could weigh heavily in future elections.

Wall Street Journal — September 21, 2006

Jeremy Siegel of Penn’s Wharton School says retirement for baby boomers may be more difficult than expected.

Philadelphia Inquirer — September 21, 2006

Penn ranks fifth in worldwide biotech research papers.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch — September 21, 2006

Marcos Frank of the School of Medicine comments on a study linking sleep and social skills.

Philadelphia Inquirer — September 21, 2006

Anita Allen of the Law School authors an editorial addressing the debate on mandatory HPV vaccinations.

Philadelphia Inquirer — September 20, 2006

Lawrence Sherman of the School of Arts and Sciences says violent crime data is skewed to make Philadelphia look bad.

Associated Press — September 20, 2006

Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine says gender screening is a troubling new trend in the U.S.

Associated Press — September 20, 2006

Andrew Metrick of Penn’s Wharton School says stock fraud is potentially the most lucrative.

KYW Radio — September 19, 2006

Harvey Rubin of Penn's Institute for Strategic Threat Analysis and Response and the School of Medicine discusses the new “Ready” plan designed to aid in disaster preparedness.

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