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Professors Zachary Meisel and Jeanmarie Perrone are studying how doctors adopt medical guidelines, and how their adoption of the guidelines affects prescribing pain medications, such as oxycontin and percocet.
Four mechanical engineering students are making biking easier and safer.
Applications for the Fall semester are open until June 1st
Andrew Porter, the outgoing dean of the Graduate
School of Education, will leave behind a legacy of increased emphasis on
research and innovation.
The University of Pennsylvania Libraries system is taking the final steps to prepare for Penn's change from Blackboard to Canvas, which will become permanent on May 30.
Engineering seniors are re-imagining frozen desserts.
Ruger specializes in global health governance.
The program will welcome a new director in 2015
From March 21 to May 1, Slought's Patarchitecure exhibit — which includes designs by eight PennDesign students — will be open to the public.
The kind of uncertainty about the true nature of the Vagelos programs may be part of another common stereotype — that students often start but seldom finish the programs.
Seniors Deepthi Shashidhar and Mingze Lin designed a program that can generate graphs using data collected from infants under anesthesia to determine if an infant’s blood pressure is too high or low, a feat never before accomplished, the seniors say.
As the University prepares to permanently switch to Canvas
software on May 30, many faculty members are feeling mixed emotions about the
end of Penn’s Blackboard usage.
Penn Libraries announced Wednesday that it has received two grants totalling $530,000 from the NEH to work on systems to index and digitize manuscripts in the library’s collections.
Tony Sinanis, a student in a three-year program that allows people with full-time jobs as
educational leaders to attend GSE classes, was recently named New York State Elementary Principal of the Year.
Ten Penn students are competing in the inaugural year of the Philadelphia
Public Policy Case Competition.
A study conducted by Penn psychology professor Sigrid Veasey over the past year shows continuous sleep loss could result in brain damage.
Last night, Guardsmark professor in the Department of Legal Studies and Business Ethics Eric W. Orts tackled this issue at an event by the Penn Undergraduate Law Journal. In his presentation entitled “The Future of Corporate Personhood in American Law,” Orts examined theories of the firm, its legal foundations and Supreme Court cases involving Citizens United and Hobby Lobby.
Penn researchers will work with NASA to examine the biological and cognitive differences in twins while one is on Earth and one launches into space.
New research finds that having enrolled students with risk factors in schools affects the entire student body.