Stephen Gale of the School of Arts and Sciences says London is home to more al-Quaeda cells than any other Western European city.
Penn in the News
Knight Ridder News Service — July 8, 2005
Philadelphia Inquirer — July 8, 2005
The transformation of high-rise dorms, a project shepherded by Senior Vice President Omar Blaik of Facilities and Real Estate Services, receives high praise.
National Public Radio — July 7, 2005
Mary Frances Berry of the School of Arts and Sciences participates in an NPR Roundtable.
Slate — July 6, 2005
Witold Rybczynski of the School of Design calls the latest Freedom Tower design for the Wolrd Trade Center site "the best."
Computerworld (Australia) — July 6, 2005
William Cody of Penn's Wharton School says e-commerce is of continuing economic importance.
Associated Press — July 6, 2005
Michael Useem of Penn's Wharton School and his research on decision-making in stressful situations are cited.
Washington Post — July 5, 2005
John W. Weisel of the School of Medicine is cited for his work in measuring the stiffness of blood fibers.
Austin American-Statesman — July 5, 2005
Douglas Smith of the School of Medicine says that riding in cars without seat belts is likely more dangerous than being on a properly functioning amusement-park ride.
China Daily — July 5, 2005
Deborah L. Linebarger and Ariel Chernin of Penn's Annenberg School for Communication argue that "well-produced, age-appropriate" television programs can be a "valuable tool" in children's development.
Philadelphia Inquirer — July 5, 2005
Thadious Davis of the School of Arts and Sciences delivers weekly video lectures for the Oprah Book Club.
Newsday — July 5, 2005
Jeremy Seigel of Penn's Wharton School warns of inflation threats from abroad.
Los Angeles Times — July 3, 2005
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of Penn's Annenberg School for Communication comments on "issue advocacy money" in the fight to influence the filling of a Supreme Court vacancy.
New York Times — July 3, 2005
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of Penn's Annenberg School for Communication discusses how flag displays came to have a different meaning to some people after the involvement in Iraq.
Wall Street Journal — July 1, 2005
Lauren Spivack, a 2005 graduate of the School of Arts and Sciences, and her parents are profiled about differences in patriotism among college students now and in years past.
Fast Company — July 1, 2005
Kevin Werbach of Penn's Wharton School discusses technology and home life.
Philadelphia Inquirer — June 30, 2005
Janice Fanning Madden of the School of Arts and Sciences predicts when Phoenix may surpass Philadelphia in population size.
New York Times — June 30, 2005
Enrique Norton of the School of Design and his design of the new Guggenheim Museum in Mexico are profiled.
Philadelphia Daily News — June 30, 2005
Paul J. Kaiser and Ali B. Ali-Dinar of the School of Arts and Sciences discuss Africa, its conflicts and its cultures.
New York Times — June 29, 2005
Marshall W. Meyers of Penn's Wharton School discusses Chinese companies' need to grow globally.
Chicago Tribune — June 29, 2005
David Skeel of the Law School comments on the not-guilty verdict for Richard Scrushy.