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‘Everybody is cheating’: Why this teacher has adopted an open ChatGPT policy

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School has formally adopted an A.I. policy into his syllabus in order to teach his students to adapt to new tools while also using them responsibly.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn has selected Annenberg dean John L. Jackson Jr. as next provost

Dean John L. Jackson, Jr., of the Annenberg School for Communication has been named as Penn’s next provost, with a statement from President Liz Magill.

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Bloomberg

Meet the law schools leading the way in innovation

Jennifer Leonard of Penn Carey Law speaks on the creation of the School’s self-care pilot program, Integrated Education on Well-Being and Thriving in the Law.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Franklin Institute is honoring pioneers in fields from climate change to cancer research, including two with Philly roots

The Franklin Institute is honoring Nader Engheta of the School of Engineering and Applied Science for inventing new composite “metamaterials” that could be used to make ultrafast computers of the future.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

How do we improve diversity in medicine? Black female physician-leaders answer

Med student Jasmine Brown of the Perelman School of Medicine joins alumna Arlene Bennett and Perelman’s Eve Higginbotham to discuss her upcoming book, “Twice as Hard,” which recounts the stories of the nation’s first Black female doctors.

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Quartz

Even competition is bad for consumers when the prize is monopoly

A co-authored study by economists at Penn created a theoretical model to show how competition can lead firms to monopoly.

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Higher Ed Dive

Six college admissions experts share their biggest predictions for 2023

Dean of Admissions Whitney Soule says that colleges will need to explain the “why” behind the admissions materials they require in order to counteract escalating student anxieties.

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Inside Higher Ed

If the Supreme Court bans affirmative action, what can we consider?

Dean of Admissions Whitney Soule says that the value of Penn is not in its admit rate but in the applicants who work to build the Penn community.

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Arkansas Business

Proposed ban on noncompetes generates concerns

David Abrams of Penn Carey Law says that most businesses don’t need noncompete agreements and that their ban shouldn’t be a problem from a legal or economic perspective.

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Need more teachers? Why not groom students?

Dean Pam Grossman of the Graduate School of Education says that “grow your own” teaching programs that recruit locally have been successful.

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