Wendell Pritchett of the Law School discusses his role as an advisor to Michael Nutter.
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Jack Ludmir of the School of Medicine says child births among undocumented immigrants strain the health-care system.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg School for Communication says the Internet has given voice to a whole new generation of amateur journalists.
Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the history of Newark and other American cities.
Mark Liberman of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses gender linguistics and is cited for his book “Far From the Madding Gerund and Other Dispatches From Language Log.”
Kermit Roosevelt of the Law School authors an op-ed on the Supreme Court.
Alan Lerner of the Law School says re-opening already-litigated cases is difficult.
Theodore Hershberg of the School of Arts and Sciences says the socio-economic status of students at a given school plays a part in standardized testing.
Vice President John Zeller of Development and Susanna Lachs of the Trustees' Council of Penn Women discuss gender-diverse donations.
Howard Stevenson of the Graduate School of Education says bringing a vacation companion for your child might benefit the whole group.
Peter Conn of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses Pearl Buck.
Physicians from the School of Medicine are studying competitive eaters.
President Amy Gutmann says urban research universities often lack adequate space for expansion.
Richard Doty of the School of Medicine says loss of smell can help diagnose Alzheimer's.
Jack Guttentag of the Wharton School authors an op-ed on loan affordability.
Witold Rybczynski of the School of Design and the Wharton School says it is difficult to create a public park that satisfies everyone.
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses “smart drugs.”
Bruce Brod of the School of Medicine discusses the risks of tanning.
Vice President Arthur Rubenstein of the School of Medicine discusses Penn’s plans for a new biomedical-research building.
Lawrence Sherman of the School of Arts and Sciences says immigrant patterns may affect homicide rates.