Amy Jordan of the Penn's Annenberg School for Communication says parents have many motivations for allowing their children to watch television.
Penn in the News
Penn is cited as a university that interacts
successfully with its surrounding community.
Jodie Foster is highlighted as the 2006 Penn Commencement speaker.
Two generations of Penn people are profiled as Morton Botel of the Graduate School of Education presents his daughter, Lara Botel-Sheppard, with her diploma.
Peggy Reeves Sanday of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses sexual abuse on college campuses.
Bruce Kuklick of the School of Arts and Sciences says presidential reliance on intellectuals hasn’t always been the
David Bell of Penn’s Wharton School says MySpace may be getting too hip to retain its popularity.
Paul Rozin of the School of Arts and Sciences says American restaurant portions outweigh those in Europe.
Wharton students lend a hand to foreign companies looking to expand to the United States.
Dean Richard Gelles of the School of Social Policy and Practice says women are just as likely as men to commit non-fatal domestic violence.
Dean Lee Stetson of Admissions discusses a small dip in SAT scores.
Olivia Mitchell of Penn’s Wharton School says early-retirement saving is irreplaceable.
Jeremy Siegel of Penn’s Wharton School is profiled.
Jack Guttentag of Penn’s Wharton School is referenced for his mortgage-advice Web site.
John B. Jemmott III of Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication authors a commentary on the fight against AIDS.
Harvey Rubin of the School of Medicine says Philadelphia has a plan in place if a bird flu pandemic strikes.
The F.O.P. research of Frederick Kaplan of the School of Medicine is featured.
Vinay Nadkarni of the School of Medicine says hypothermia has the potential to revolutionize CPR.
Stanley Plotkin of the School of Medicine says catching a disease on an airplane is extremely rare.
Thomas Sugrue of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the previous mayors of Detroit.