Penn in the News

USA Today — August 22, 2005
Peter Cappelli of Penn’s Wharton School comments on the union politics behind a recent airline strike.
Boston Globe — August 21, 2005
Catherine Struve of the Law School discusses alternate routes for determining malpractice damages.
New York Times — August 20, 2005
Garret Fitzgerald of the School of Medicine says new filters might be needed to protect pharmaceutical companies and their patients from bad reactions to drugs.
Baltimore Sun — August 19, 2005
Daniel Sterman of the School of Medicine relays doubts about the priority of lung cancer research.
USA Today — August 19, 2005
Brooks Jackson of Penn's Annenberg School for Communication comments on the motives behind many partisan political attacks.
Philadelphia Inquirer — August 19, 2005
Sue Smith of College Houses and Academic Services discusses the newfound popularity of dorm decorating.
Associated Press — August 18, 2005
Joseph Bavaria and Jeffrey Carpenter of the School of Medicine say new technology offers better options in cardiac surgery.
Boston Globe — August 17, 2005
Brendan O’Leary of the School of Arts and Sciences participates in an international human rights convention in Bosnia.
U.S. News and World Report — August 17, 2005
Dwight Evans of the School of Medicine highlights the differences between moodiness and clinical depression.
Philadelphia Inquirer — August 17, 2005
James Orsini of the School of Veterinary Medicine warns derby hopefuls of the risks of running young, fragile-boned horses.
Wilmington News-Journal — August 16, 2005
Pedro Beredjiklian of the School of Medicine suggests slight alterations to work settings to prevent repetitive stress injuries.
Associated Press — August 16, 2005
Edward Emmet of the School of Medicine discusses his research on C-8 in the bloodstream.
New York Daily News — August 16, 2005
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine offers ethical concerns about early gender identification.
BusinessWeek — August 16, 2005
Raffi Amit of Penn’s Wharton School comments on the current trading status and public opinion of auction IPOs.
Associated Press — August 16, 2005
Marshall Blume of Penn’s Wharton School discusses the reasoning behind some of the big investment firms’ move to the Philadelphia exchange.
Philadelphia Inquirer — August 15, 2005
Lily Arya of the School of Medicine comments on a breakthrough implant device for those suffering from overactive bladder syndrome.
HealthDay — August 15, 2005
Sankey Williams of the School of Medicine discusses what constitutes a complete elder-care package.
New York Times — August 14, 2005
Paul Rozin of the School of Arts and Sciences reveals how psychology can affect consumers’ food selections.
Los Angeles Times — August 14, 2005
Brendan O’Leary of the School of Arts and Sciences outlines the issues amidst the ratification of Iraq’s new constitution.
New York Times — August 14, 2005
Michael Eric Dyson of the School of Arts and Sciences is profiled for his new book, "Is Bill Cosby Right? Or Has the Black Middle Class Lost Its Mind?"

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