Articles by Michelle Hung

04/22/21 10:53pm
Researchers have compiled a collection of archaeological and historical land-use evidence from four periods in time into a single, easy-to-understand database.
04/07/21 1:09am
Panelists discussedmedia coverage of current events, such as the rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans and the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer accused of killing George Floyd.
03/26/21 12:33am
The initiative aims to help employers safely return employees to work, promote the city through local events, coordinate with local transit lines, and provide locals with information about vaccines.
03/09/21 1:16am
American Civil Liberties Union Deputy Legal Director Cecillia Wang analyzed the recent rise in hate crimes against the Asian American Pacific Islander community at a virtual event on Monday. 
01/21/21 1:19am
The show, which can be viewed virtually through May, includes 60 portraits of former First Ladies, spanning all of U.S. history from Martha Washington to Melania Trump. 
11/25/20 12:17am
Markey, academic director at Johns Hopkins University's SAIS Global Policy Program published "China’s Western Horizon: Beijing and the New Geopolitics of Eurasia" in March. 
10/12/20 7:50pm
Brundtland, who is also the former Director-General of the WHO, said the pandemic revealed the fragility of the current world order. 
08/04/20 11:11pm
PennMedicineTogether's site was founded at the beginning of April and has had over 100,000 page views and 10,000 active users since then.
07/09/20 5:13pm
Nurtured in Nature is a four-week intervention program for women ages 18 and older who had just had a baby and who lived in predominantly Black neighborhoods in Philadelphia.
06/18/20 12:06am
The Wharton On Series will include two separate online programs, Wharton on the Markets and Wharton on Financial Management, which began on June 15 and will run for six weeks.
06/09/20 1:58am
In a recently published study, a research team at Penn's Perelman School of Medicine, which included researchers from other institutions, discovered they could block the production of immune suppressor cells and reduce tumors by inhibiting a certain molecule in human cells and in a mouse model.
05/28/20 10:58pm
On April 22, Wolf announced that the plan to reopen Pennsylvania in three distinct phases — red, yellow, and green — would be designated on a county-by-county basis. 
02/28/20 8:18pm
Annenberg professor Victor Pickard led the panel and said corruption has risen in local governments because of the lack of oversight that local news outlets provide.
02/19/20 7:11pm
The Department of Education has sent letters to the two Ivy League universities for failing to report foreign donations of more than $250,000, as required by Section 117 of the Higher Education Act.
More Articles