Paul Sehnert of Facility and Real Estate Services discusses Penn’s expansive building projects.
Penn in the News
Andrew Newberg of the School of Medicine discusses the neuroscience of speaking in tongues.
Bruce Levine of the School of Medicine discusses a new gene therapy treatment for HIV.
Stephen Burbank of the Law School discusses judicial independence.
Georgette Chapman Phillips of Penn’s Wharton School says intangible development benefits are difficult to assess in court.
Dean Patrick Harker of Penn’s Wharton School is profiled.
Nathaniel Persily of the Law School comments on Republican strategy in the recent midterm elections.
Luzi Hail of Penn’s Wharton School is cited for a research publication, “International Differences in the Cost of Equity Capital: Do Legal Institutions and Securities Regulation Matter?”
Carl June and Bruce Levine of the School of Medicine are cited for their work on gene-therapy treatments that target HIV.
Christopher Patusky of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses a voter hotline sponsored by Penn’s Fels Institute.
Peter Dodson of the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Veterinary Medicine discusses the use of fossils in re-creating history.
Tukufu Zuberi of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the "ghetto-ization of television."
Carl June of the School of Medicine discusses the development of an AIDS virus strain that combats other AIDS viruses.
Brooks Jackson of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication comments on viral videos and their effect on political campaigns.
Donald Bogle of the School of Arts and Science is cited for his book, "Bright Boulevards, Bold Dreams: The Story of Black Hollywood.”
Michael Eric Dyson of the School of Arts and Science is cited for his upcoming book on race relations, “Debating Race.”
Carol Spigner of the School of Social Policy and Practice is selected for a child-welfare panel.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication discusses John Kerry’s much-publicized comments.
Vice President Robin Beck of Information Services and Computing discusses some fears associated with open-source materials.
Steve Freeman of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for his book, “Was the 2004 Election Stolen?: Exit Polls, Fraud and the Official Count.”