Adam Kendon of the Graduate School of Education is cited for research on hand gestures and their underlying meaning.
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David Rudovsky of the Law School discusses prison-inmate statistics in Philadelphia.
Joel Waldfogel of the Wharton School authors an op-ed on the benefits of television for disempowered female audiences.
Erin Gautsche of Kelly Writers House discusses Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" and its legacy.
Richard Ingersoll of the Graduate School of Education is cited for his research on teacher turnover.
Penn’s Great Expectations forum hosts mayoral candidates.
Howard Kunreuther of the Wharton School authors an op-ed about dealing with the financial consequences of natural disasters.
Penn’s Urban Nutrition Initiative is featured.
Joseph Bernstein of the School of Medicine authors a letter on Medicare incentives.
Martha Farah of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses how the brain deals with self control.
Ian Lustick of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the Israeli viewpoint of the religious turbulence in the Middle East.
Michael Knoll of the Law School discusses the possible outcomes of proposed tax increases on managers of private equity.
David Hsu of the Wharton School says small business owners are more vulnerable to changes in consumer spending.
Marshall Meyer of the Wharton School discusses the recent Mattel toy recall.
Marshall Meyer of the Wharton School says that added inspections to prevent recalls are cost prohibitive for many companies.
Susan Wachter of the Wharton School discusses the relationship between home equity and consumer spending.
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine says there is a conflict of interest when it comes to drug advisers accepting money from drug makers.
Richard Estes of the School of Social Policy and Practice is cited for research on human trafficking.
Andrew Geier of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses obesity and its effect on school attendance.
Gary Smith of the School of Medicine says virtual-simulation studies of disease outbreak can be problematic.