Paul Rozin of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for co-authoring a study about men connecting steak with masculinity.
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PHILADELPHIA – The excesses of Wall Street may be big news, but behind the headlines is another major story. When it comes to men and women stockbrokers, men take home bigger paychecks.
New published research by Janice Madden, professor of regional science, sociology and real estate at the University of Pennsylvania, shows that female stockbrokers can earn as much as 20 percent less than their male counterparts.
Ravi Amaravadi of the Perelman School of Medicine and Jeffrey Winkler of the School of Arts and Sciences comment on a malaria drug that might have the ability to fight cancer.
Gray skies and a light sprinkle couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm as 5,858 graduates made their way to Franklin Field for Penn’s 256th Commencement on May 14.
Most people take gravity for granted. But for University of Pennsylvania astrophysicist Bhuvnesh Jain, the nature of gravity is the question of a lifetime. As scientists have been able to see farther and deeper into the universe, the laws that govern its expansion have been revealed to be under the influence of an unexplained force.