Penn Daily News Service | Nov 21, 2014

Penn in the News

The Star — November 21, 2014

Patrick FitzGerald of the Wharton School is quoted on the best way to approach setting a new business using university contacts.

Philadelphia Inquirer — November 21, 2014

Peter Reese of the Perelman School of Medicine talks about his study on the efficacy of a program to support organ donors.

Scientific American — November 21, 2014

Scott Barry Kaufman of the School of Arts and Sciences is the host of a podcast with insights into healthy thinking.

Bioscience Technology — November 21, 2014

Mitchell Lazar of the Perelman School of Medicine is quoted on the tie between disrupted circadian rhythm and health problems.

Washington Post — November 20, 2014

New federal measures to halt deportation of many illegal immigrants will spotlight a question of growing urgency for colleges: How should they handle applications from undocumented students for admissions and financial aid?

Noteworthy in Higher Education

Chronicle of Higher Education — November 21, 2014

The federal government has made a big push to help prospective students understand what college might cost them. But there have been unintended consequences. 

Wall Street Journal — November 21, 2014

New York University just opened its doors—and scholarship coffers—a little bit wider.

Inside Higher Ed — November 21, 2014

At least one college is distancing itself from Bill Cosby, the once-family-friendly comedian who has been accused of sexual assault by more than a dozen women.

Washington Post — November 20, 2014

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) expressed deep concern Thursday about sexual assault allegations at the University of Virginia contained in a newly published Rolling Stone article.

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