Penn in the News

Boston Globe — July 25, 2005
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses institutions’ vested interests in informed consent and how it prevents malpractice.
Philadelphia Inquirer — July 24, 2005
Nathaniel Persily of the Law School discusses the Supreme Court candidate's potential for filling a void in the polarized high court.
Associated Press — July 24, 2005
Wayne Guay of Penn's Wharton School discusses recent pay and pension hikes in the Pennsylvania legislature.
Washington Post — July 24, 2005
Olivia S. Mitchell of Penn's Wharton School comments on the status of pension funds and Social Security.
NPR — July 24, 2005
Marc Sageman of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the recent London attacks and the infrastructure of terrorist organizations.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution — July 24, 2005
Maurice Schweitzer of Penn's Wharton School and his associates are credited for their research involving incidental emotions and how they affect our relationships.
Washington Post — July 24, 2005
Brigitte C. Madrian of Penn's Wharton School is cited for her research involving retirement plan participation.
Los Angeles Times Magazine — July 24, 2005
Michael Eric Dyson of the School of Arts and Sciences is spotlighted for his book about Bill Cosby.
Boston Globe — July 24, 2005
Kristine Billmyer of the College of General Studies discusses CGS students and nighttime scheduling.
Philadelphia Inquirer — July 23, 2005
Charles Bernstein of the School of Arts and Sciences is highlighted for his work on the new musical "Shadowtime" at the Lincoln Center Festival.
Chronicle of Higher Education — July 22, 2005
Penn's successful West Philadelphia Initiatives are cited as the inspiration for other institutions' neighborhood-revitalization efforts.
Philadelphia Inquirer — July 21, 2005
Charles Benstein of the School of Arts and Sciences is featured for his libretto for the opera "Shadowtime."
Chicago Sun-Times — July 21, 2005
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine comments on a Web site offering transplant candidates a new option.
Knight Ridder News Service — July 21, 2005
Nathaniel Persily of the Law School discusses the president's nominee for the Supreme Court.
Scripps Howard News Service — July 21, 2005
Karen Rosenthal of the School of Veterinary Medicine comments on the dangers pet birds face when Teflon kitchenware emits fumes.
KYW-TV — July 21, 2005
George Steele of the School of Medicine discusses the risks of combining herbal remedies with medicine.
Turkish Daily News (Turkey) — July 20, 2005
A poll by Penn's Annenberg Public Policy Center indicates a majority of Americans think Supreme Court decisions can be politically motivated.
Arizona Republic — July 20, 2005
Janice Fanning Madden of the School of Arts and Sciences and Penn's Wharton School comments on Phoenix, poised to replace Philadelphia as the fifth largest U.S. city.
National Public Radio — July 20, 2005
Mary Frances Berry of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses national and international issues.
InfoWorld (Netherlands) — July 19, 2005
A report on Internet shopping by Penn's Annenberg Public Policy Center warns consumers of possible misuse of their personal information.

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