Penn in the News

South Florida Sun-Sentinel — August 12, 2005
Eric Miller, a doctoral student in the School of Arts and Sciences, is cited for his involvement in the revival of storytelling.
Newsday — August 12, 2005
Andrew Metrick of Penn’s Wharton School comments on companies’ new strategy of automatic enrollment in 401k plans.
Associated Press — August 12, 2005
Lawrence Sherman of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the genesis of the Stockholm Prize in Criminology.
Philadelphia Inquirer — August 11, 2005
The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology seeks ways to identify itself and promote its world-class work and collections.
New York Times — August 11, 2005
Penn’s Annenberg Public Policy Center is cited for its Web site that tracks the veracity of political ads.
NPR — August 11, 2005
Brooks Jackson of Penn's Annenberg Public Policy Center is among guests on "Talk of the Nation."
Wired — August 11, 2005
Kevin Werbach of Penn's Wharton School comments on FCC involvement with new monitoring rules on the Internet.
Knight Ridder News Service — August 11, 2005
Ingrid Schaffner, curator of the Institute of Contemporary Art, delves into the psychology of collecting.
Newsweek — August 10, 2005
Albert Stunkard of the School of Medicine encourages victims of night eating disorders to recognize symptoms and seek treatment.
Associated Press — August 10, 2005
Don Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences comments on the political climate surrounding recent pay raises for Pennsylvania legislators.
New York Times — August 9, 2005
Penn research is cited for aiding failed suicide victims in prevention of further attempts.
Newsday — August 9, 2005
David Rudovsky of the Law School discusses a case of misuse of police by a county executive trying to debunk a news story.
San Antonio Express-News — August 9, 2005
Dean Richard Gelles of the School of Social Policy and Practice discusses domestic violence in the military.
Washington Post — August 9, 2005
Gary Foster of the School of Medicine indicates that we can learn from the downfall of the Atkins diet not to always trust new approaches.
Reuters Health — August 9, 2005
Academics at the University's World Criminology Conference attend a non-traditional summit in which lifers collaborate to address crime prevention.
NPR — August 9, 2005
Kermit Roosevelt of the Law School is a guest on "The Diane Rehm Show" to discuss Supreme Court issues and his new novel, "In the Shadow of the Law."
Forbes — August 8, 2005
Helen Pettinati of the School of Medicine addresses the benefits of pharmacotherapy in treating alcoholism.
HealthDay — August 8, 2005
Valerianna Amorosa of the School of Medicine comments on Penn research that has discovered growing obesity in HIV-infected patients.
Chicago Tribune — August 8, 2005
Penn research by Richard Estes of the School of Social Policy and Practice is cited as an important gauge for numbers of exploited children.
Newsday — August 8, 2005
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine addresses the recent steroid scandal in baseball and other sports.

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