Susan Volk and Michael Atchison of the School of Veterinary Medicine discuss veterinarians’ role in translational research.
PHILADELPHIA – Four teachers in the University of Pennsylvania Law School have received 2010 teaching awards.
Matthew Adler, the Leon Meltzer Professor of Law, has been honored with the A. Leo Levin Award for Excellence in an Introductory Course. He has been honored twice with the Harvey Levin Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching, and he has also received the University’s Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching.
The Center for High Impact Philanthropy’s Haiti donation analysis study, “Haiti: How Can I Help? Models for Donors Seeking Long-Term Impact,” is cited.
Stephanos Bibas of the Law School leads a team of law students in providing counsel on a Supreme Court case.
Soccer referees may have an unconscious bias towards calling fouls based on a play’s direction of motion, according to a new study. Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine found that soccer experts made more foul calls when action moved right-to-left, or leftward, compared to rightward action, suggesting that two referees watching the same play from different vantage points may be inclined to make a different call.
Penn researchers are cited for their study of a potential referee bias at the World Cup.