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Sociology’s Steve Viscelli on life as a long-haul trucker.[...]
Lorene Cary C’78 G’78 on a glorious day in the nation’s capital.[...]
Arthur Ross Gallery show honors Terry Adkins’ influence.[...]
Penn researchers develop a $2 genetic test for Zika virus.[...]
Q&A with Grit author and psych professor Angela Duckworth Gr’06.[...]
Faculty couple Linda and Frank Chance share their love of Japan.[...]
The long road to finding and translating Kerouac’s French writings.[...]
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. [...]
This essay could be better.[...]
SP2 and IUR weigh in on what the 2016 election should be about.[...]
First Bioethics Film Festival focuses on “authority and rebellion.” [...]
Computer scientists working to debug software using mathematics.[...]
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.[...]
PIK Professor Dorothy Roberts exposes how the myth of biologically distinct races—forged in the era of slavery—continues to poison the present, affecting attitudes and policies on everything from child welfare to medical treatment.[...]
Scott Barry Kaufman has been called “the leading empirical creativity researcher of his generation.” Now he wants to use the tools he’s developed to unleash the “quiet potential” of vulnerable people—including kids like him—and help them flourish.[...]
Karen Rile C’80 wields Cleaver.[...]
Cinema studies’ Peter Decherney on Hollywood history.[...]
Historic preservation studio challenges neighborhood assumptions.[...]
Q&A on sociologist David Grazian’s American Zoo. [...]
Penn Law professor, legal scholar, and novelist Kermit Roosevelt III is doing his best to live up to the family name—including, in his latest book, by tackling cousin Franklin’s executive order authorizing the confinement of more than 100,000 Japanese Americans in internment camps during World War II.[...]