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In this interactive graphic, the Daily Pennsylvanian explores the highlights of the 2012 Wharton MBA Career Report. RELATED: Wharton MBA 2012 career report shows increase in technology opportunities”
The DP takes a look at a hypothetical situation to understand the UPennAlert decision process. While the above incident is a “clear-cut” example of process, the decision to send an alert is not always easy. In the event of a crime, the decision is based on timeliness and accuracy of the potential alert. For example, if the individual is apprehended minutes after the incident or if information about the event is inaccurate, DPS would not send the alert. Penn Police and AlliedBarton Security secure and investigate the area regardless of whether or not DPS issues an alert. Hurricane Sandy was an example of a scenario that required careful deliberation by the Crisis Management Team on whether to issue an alert. Though the system is typically used in the event of a crime, DPS issued four UPennAlerts between Sunday and Tuesday, notifying students of cancellations and providing helpful resources. According to Rush, “[DPS] is very mindful of how we use [UPennAlert.]” During Hurricane Sandy, Rush said DPS had to actively circulate information about the risks the storm posed. It was the collective decision of the Crisis Management Team, including Craig Carnaroli, Vincent Price and Maureen Rush, to utilize UPennAlert during the hurricane.
In this feature, The Daily Pennsylvanian breaks down some factors surrounding the case, along with which justices might tip the scale in favor of one side or the other.
In light of the recent release of the faculty survey, the DP takes a look at some of the responses. Faculty respond to questions about weekly work habits, workload and diversity. Study published offers insight into faculty life at Penn