Michael Horowitz of the School of Arts and Sciences writes as a guest columnist about military innovation.
School of Arts & Sciences
The Royal Navy Failure Was One of Imagination, So Cutting the Size of the U.S. Military Might Not Force Innovation
Etienne Benson of the School of Arts and Sciences is featured for his research paper titled “The Urbanization of the Eastern Gray Squirrel in the United States.”
Fels Institute of Government student Chris Goy is featured for his work with Councilman Kenney and the LGBT Equality Bill.
Until recently, Etienne Benson, an assistant professor in the University of Pennsylvania’s Department of History and Sociology of Science, has trained his academic eye on the history of conservation of large, charismatic wildlife, such as tigers, grizzly bears and orca
Cancer involves a breakdown of normal cell behavior. Cell reproduction and movement go haywire, causing tumors to grow and spread through the body.
“Making Ideas Matter: My Life as a Policy Entrepreneur” is described as “a primer for students of policy, political junkies, lovers of history and those who think that public service is a noble calling.”
Mary Frances Berry of the School of Arts and Sciences reflects on the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela.