Hungary’s Rightward Shift Fuels Harsh Refugee Policy

September 1, 2015


Mitchell Orenstein of the School of Arts & Sciences is quoted about the refugee crisis in Hungary.

Article Source: Al Jazeera America
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Media Contact:Katherine Unger Baillie | | 215-898-9194February 12, 2014

Penn Geophysicist Teams With Mathematicians to Describe How River Rocks Round

A new study by the University of Pennsylvania’s Douglas Jerolmack, working with mathematicians at Budapest University of Technology and Economics, has found that rocks traveling down a riverbed follow a distinct pattern, first becoming rounder, and then smaller.

For centuries, geologists have recognized that the rocks that line riverbeds tend to be smaller and rounder further downstream. But these experts have not agreed on the reason these patterns exist. Abrasion causes rocks to grind down and become rounder as they are transported down the river.

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Media Contact:Jill DiSanto | | 215-898-4820July 5, 2013

Penn Graduate School of Education Doctoral Students Study in Hungary This Summer

A group of students from the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania is taking the concept of “study abroad” one step further. 

First Horned Dinosaurs Found in Europe

May 26, 2010

Peter Dodson of the School of Veterinary Medicine and the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the discovery of Europe’s first horned dinosaur fossil.

Article Source: Science