When Peter Decherney led a team of filmmakers and scholars to Myanmar in 2014, he quickly realized that there was a compelling story to tell about the country’s vibrant and, until recently, government-censored movie-making industry.
Postdoctoral fellow Abigail Sewell of the School of Arts & Sciences is featured for leading a study that found that minority groups like African-Americans and Latinos are less likely than whites to believe their physicians care about them.
Annette Lareau of the School of Arts & Sciences is mentioned for her research and book Unequal Childhoods: Class, Race and Family Life.
Mitchell Orenstein of the School of Arts & Sciences is quoted about the controversial comments of government officials in Poland.
When it comes to trust in their physicians, minority groups in the United States are less likely than white people to believe their doctors care about them, according to research by University of Pennsylvania’s Abigail Sewell.
The premier scientists at the University of Pennsylvania rely on next-generation sequencing techniques to elicit new information about the living world. Now, freshmen can do the same thing.
Tukufu Zuberi of the School of Arts & Sciences is profiled for his latest book, African Independence: How Africa Shapes the World.
Michael Platt of the Wharton School, Perelman School of Medicine and School of Arts and Sciences discusses how primates respond to a reward-donation task.
Deena Weisberg of the School of Arts and Sciences shares advice on handling questions from children about holiday tradition.