Penn in the News

Cox News Service — October 12, 2005
Stephanie Harzewski of the School of Arts and Sciences says the image given to single women in "chick-lit" can be empowering.
WHYY Radio — October 12, 2005
Sherrill Davison of the School of Veterinary Medicine is interviewed about avian flu.
Associated Press — October 11, 2005
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of Penn's Annenberg School for Communication says Tom DeLay is evoking standard defense strategies after his indictments.
Philadelphia Inquirer — October 11, 2005
Paul Sniegowski of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the battle over teaching intelligent design in Pennsylvania classrooms.
Washington Times — October 11, 2005
Art Caplan of the School of Medicine says the government or other third parties could soon force DNA tests.
Washington Post — October 11, 2005
Arthur Waldron of the School of Arts and Sciences authors a piece on the political climate in China surrounding the choice of a new leader.
New York Times — October 11, 2005
Larry Rome of the School of Arts and Sciences is spotlighted for a new invention.
Philadelphia Inquirer — October 11, 2005
Katrina-displaced students from Tulane who are visiting this semester at Penn discuss their eagerness to return to New Orleans and appreciation to Penn.
USA Today — October 11, 2005
Dennis Culhane of the School of Social Policy and Practice says the government could extend the same aid to homeless that it is to the hurricane victims.
New York Times — October 11, 2005
Michael Useem of Penn's Wharton School discusses auto parts manufacturer Delphi's bankruptcy and how it affects the industry.
Los Angeles Times — October 10, 2005
David Sarwer of the School of Medicine discusses changes in self-image after plastic surgery.
New York Times — October 10, 2005
Don Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences says former FEMA head James Lee Witt still has considerable power in the field.
New York Times — October 10, 2005
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine comments on I.B.M's decision not to disclose employees’ genetic information.
Cox News Service — October 10, 2005
Michael Eric Dyson of the School Arts and Sciences says positive hip-hop sales after an artist's incarceration are changing the usual PR response to jail time.
Philadelphia Inquirer — October 10, 2005
President Amy Gutmann comments on Philadelphia’s place among top higher-education regions.
USA Today — October 9, 2005
Barbara Medoff-Cooper of the School of Nursing says near-term infants’ health issues are often downplayed in light of premature infants' more serious medical problems.
New York Times — October 9, 2005
Michael Useem of Penn’s Wharton School discusses his involvement in planning in corporate leadership educational retreats.
New York Times — October 9, 2005
Gary Gorton of Penn's Wharton School says commodity trading may not be as undependable as once thought.
Austin American-Statesman — October 8, 2005
Larry Rome is showcased for his invention of an energy-generating backpack.
Philadelphia Inquirer — October 7, 2005
Thomas Devaney of the School of Arts and Sciences authors an opinion piece on the current social and political climate of America.

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