Karen Black of the School of Arts & Sciences is quoted on the need for partnerships to better manage a transitioning city.
Penn Daily News Service | Jun 3, 2015
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Kenneth L. Shropshire of the Wharton School comments on the business of sports.
“Will College Pay Off?,” a new book by Peter Cappelli of the Wharton School is the focus of an article on employment trends and higher education.
Noteworthy in Higher Education
Are colleges and universities getting savvier about pitching their programs to the private sector, or are corporations increasingly turning to higher education to train their employees?
When the Islamic State released gruesome videos of hostages being beheaded this year, one of those doing the killing, dubbed Jihadi John in the British press, was identified as Mohammed Emwazi, an alumnus of Britain's University of Westminster.
Under federal and public pressure, colleges are building courtlike systems to resolve students’ reports of sexual assault.
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