Chronicle of Philanthropy — April 21, 2009
Jim McGann of the School of Arts and Sciences and Penn’s Think Tanks and Civil Society Program comments on Louise Arbour’s appointment to the International Crisis Group.
Wall Street Journal — April 21, 2009
John MacDonald of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the roles of private guards being hired for law enforcement.
Philadelphia Inquirer — April 21, 2009
Penn receives funding to help reduce public-school dropout rates.
New York Times — April 21, 2009
Martin Seligman of the School of Arts and Sciences analyzes the psychological effectiveness of torture tactics.
Philadelphia Inquirer — April 21, 2009
Weiss Tech House’s PennVention is featured alongside Wharton student Daniel Harbuck, inventor of the competition’s winning invention.
Philadelphia Inquirer — April 20, 2009
Vice President Maureen Rush of Public Safety is named board member to The United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia Inquirer — April 20, 2009
Vice President Maureen Rush of Public Safety is featured in a profile, and Dean Eric Furda of Admissions comments on the importance of Penn’s security program.
Philadelphia Inquirer — April 20, 2009
Dean Emeritus Alan Kelly and Edward Pearce of the School of Veterinary Medicine discuss the contributions of Penn Vet World Leadership Award recipient Frederick Murphy.
Philadelphia Inquirer — April 20, 2009
Patrick McGovern and Gretchen Hall of Penn Museum and the School of Arts and Sciences and Wafik El-Deiry of the School of Medicine are part of a feature on herbal remedies of ancient Egypt.
Philadelphia Daily News — April 20, 2009
Penn’s efforts to improve college access in Philadelphia are discussed.
Philadelphia Inquirer — April 19, 2009
Penn Museum’s new exhibition, profiling Mayan culture through its pottery, is featured.
Philadelphia Inquirer — April 19, 2009
PennPraxis’s partnership in the Delaware waterfront redesign is discussed.
WPVI-TV (Philadelphia) — April 19, 2009
Penn Museum’s CT scanning of ancient Egyptian mummies is detailed.
Associated Press — April 18, 2009
Steve Bilsky of Athletics announces Mike McLaughlin’s appointing as the University’s new women’s basketball coach.
Associated Press — April 18, 2009
Mary Frances Berry of the School of Arts and Sciences analyzes a reverse-discrimination suit and its broader implications relating to affirmative-action programs.
Philadelphia Inquirer — April 18, 2009
Heather Frattone of the Law School says many firms are now requiring public-service experience.
New York Times — April 18, 2009
Barbara Hewitt of Career Services and Wharton students Jeremy Cohn, Riana Paige, Nanxi Ling and Daniel Miller are featured discussing the recession’s impact on business graduates.
Le Parisien (France) — April 17, 2009
Donald Kettl of the School of Arts and Sciences says the Obama administration’s tapping of bailout-firm former executives may damage the administration’s credibility.
New York Times — April 17, 2009
Patricia Rose of Career Services and Daniel Miller, Nanxi Ling and Jessica Levy, students from the Wharton School, offer their insights on the job market.
Los Angeles Times — April 17, 2009
Vukan Vuchic of the School of Engineering and Applied Science says President Obama’s call for federal assistance for high-speed rail infrastructure is important.