A double major in science, technology and society and philosophy, Paul Marett’s interest in the historical figures, who both predicted and influenced their futures, has led him down a unique path. For his senior thesis, he’s researching a collection of largely forgotten books published in Britain between World War I and II.
Three-time EIWA champion and two-time NCAA All-American Yoshi Nakamura W’02 has been selected for enshrinement into the EIWA Hall of Fame as part of its Class of 2015, the enshrinement ceremony set for March 7, 2015 at the EIWA Championships at Lehigh.
Professors James Eberwine, of the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine and Shu Yang, of Penn’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, have been
Frequent kidney dialysis is essential for the approximately 350,000 end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients in the United States.
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Brandon Maughan of the Perelman School of Medicine wrote an op-ed about helping to inform health-care patients to make the best decisions for themselves.
Amy Jordan of the Annenberg Public Policy Center writes about the impact of social media on social action.
Marybeth Gasman and doctoral student Ginger Stull, of the Graduate School of Education blog about evaluating the success of tribal colleges and universities.
Christina Simeone of the Kleinman Energy Policy Center and Johnny Irizarry of La Casa Latina are mentioned for being named to Tom Wolf’s transition teams.
Mathias Basner of the Perelman School of Medicine says, “The evidence that time spent working was the most prominent sleep thief was overwhelming.”