Michael Eric Dyson of the School of Arts and Sciences moderates a forum dedicated to stopping gun violence.
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Lawrence Sherman of the School of Arts and Sciences says there many underlying causes of gun violence.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication says public anger can sometimes help politicians in the polls.
Donald Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences says governmental systems have not evolved with the problems faced by citizens.
David Reibstein of Penn’s Wharton school says marketers can be pigeonholed into a specific product space if they don’t reinvent their image.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication discusses the relationship between politicians and their aides.
Nathaniel Persily of the Law School says Republicans have stronger legal teams.
Martin Seligman of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for his pioneering work in positive psychology.
Mauro Guillén of Penn’s Wharton School discusses Spanish companies’ acquisition of American companies.
Susan Wachter of Penn’s Wharton School says condominium sales are slowing.
Stephen Gale of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses bans on liquids on airlines.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication discusses senatorial campaign strategies.
Ann Rogers of the School of Nursing is cited for her research on sleep deprivation.
Mitchell Lazar of the School of Medicine says that more medical tools are required to win the fight against obesity.
Dean Michael Delli Carpini of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication says political webcasts could weigh heavily in future elections.
Jeremy Siegel of Penn’s Wharton School says retirement for baby boomers may be more difficult than expected.
Penn ranks fifth in worldwide biotech research papers.
Marcos Frank of the School of Medicine comments on a study linking sleep and social skills.
Anita Allen of the Law School authors an editorial addressing the debate on mandatory HPV vaccinations.
Lawrence Sherman of the School of Arts and Sciences says violent crime data is skewed to make Philadelphia look bad.