From the Editor, Jan|Feb 2017[...]
Jan|Feb 2017[...]
Karissa Kruse W’97 WG’04 leads sustainability efforts in Sonoma County.[...]
Twenty-five years after she helped launch the original Nicktoons, Linda Simensky is still deciding what millions of kids watch on TV—and teaching Penn students who grew up loving the shows she developed.[...]
Patient preferences diverge from standard measures of care quality.[...]
Volume 115, No. 2[...]
Window, Nov|Dec 2016[...]
Nov|Dec 2016[...]
A Penn story (but not hers) by Allison Winn Scotch C’95.[...]
Nov|Dec 2016: CA memories, Disneyland lessons.[...]
$10 million gift for McNulty Leadership Program at Wharton.[...]
Photographer Arthur Drooker C’76 has trained his lens on American Ruins and Lost Worlds. His new collection, Conventional Wisdom, covers his strangest territory yet.[...]
For the past three decades, the Raab family has been buying and selling rare documents. It’s a uniquely personal way of learning—and sharing—history. [...]
Penn’s changing palate.[...]
With an innovation portfolio that ranges from medical devices to folding bicycles to social-impact enterprises to junk food, Wharton professor Karl Ulrich has every justification to bask in entrepreneurial mystique. Only that’s exactly what he sets out to demolish in the classroom. [...]
Mean Girls director Mark Waters C’86 is taking a shot at R-rated comedy with Bad Santa 2 this Thanksgiving—and still trying to figure out his place in ever-evolving Hollywood.[...]
Airea D. Matthews C’94 takes Yale Younger Poets prize.[...]
Tom Hagan’s lessons.[...]
Better breast-pumping bra takes $50,000 iDesign Prize.[...]
From matchbook-sized models of living human organs to the surprising alternative-energy implications of symbiotic giant clams, the work of three new faculty members represents the changing face of bioscience at Penn.[...]