Penn in the News

Associated Press — July 28, 2005
Paul Root Wolpe of the School of Medicine comments on the need for heightened attention toward genetic makeup in different racial groups when administering medicines.
Baltimore Sun — July 28, 2005
Research on perspiration conducted by George Preti of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited in a discussion of perspiration and the science behind it.
Reuters — July 27, 2005
Michael Selzer of the School of Medicine discusses the possibilities of stem cell transplants in humans.
Associated Press — July 27, 2005
Amy Wax of the Law School comments on the lack of a paper trail a Supreme Court nominee likely has and how it affects the release of information to the public.
Education Week — July 27, 2005
Thomas B. Corcoran of the Graduate School of Education discusses teacher training options and consequences.
WGBH-TV (Boston) — July 26, 2005
Tukufu Zuberi of the School of Arts and Sciences collaborates with others to explore historic sites and cultures in a new PBS broadcast.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution — July 26, 2005
Barbara Siegel of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the origins and finer points of belly dancing.
Washington Post — July 26, 2005
David C. Metz of the School of Medicine explains the symptoms and onset of esophagitis.
New York Times — July 26, 2005
Frederick Kaplan of the School of Medicine discusses the discovery of progressive osseous heteroplasia during research concerning the relationship between fat and bone.
Washington Post — July 25, 2005
Michael Useem of Penn's Wharton School comments on the transition period CEOs face when they inherit a problematic legacy.
Philadelphia Inquirer — July 25, 2005
Elijah Anderson of the School of Arts and Sciences is highlighted for his influential book on the inner city.
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.

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