Penn Integrates Knowledge Professors



In the News


ABC Australia

World Heritage—too much of a good thing?

PIK Professor Lynn Meskell, also of the Penn Museum, joins a radio conversation to discuss how the World Heritage Convention has become a victim of its own success.

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Nature

Billion-dollar U.S. health agency gets new chief—but its direction remains in limbo

PIK Professor Ezekiel Emanuel applauds President Biden’s choice of Renee Wegrzyn as new head of ARPA-H, though he hopes Wegrzyn will keep the agency prioritized on health over medicine.

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USA Today

Livestreamed violence compounds America’s horror and inspires copycats, experts say. When will it stop?

PIK Professor Desmond Upton Patton says that the digital trail of evidence left by violent criminals needs study, resources, and intervention to avoid exacerbating community trauma and damaging mental health, especially for people of color.

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Healthcare Dive

Ezekiel Emanuel on the state of COVID-19 in the US and the ‘major issue’ of health care burnout

In a Q&A, PIK Professor Ezekiel Emanuel discusses the nation’s new attitude towards COVID-19 and explains what’s known about long COVID.

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New York Magazine

Dorothy Roberts tried to warn us

A profile on PIK Professor Dorothy Roberts explores her past work detailing the criminalization of pregnancy, 25 years before the demise of Roe v. Wade.

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“Midday,” WYPR Radio (Baltimore)

Dorothy Roberts’ ‘Torn Apart’ spotlights inequities in foster care

PIK Professor Dorothy Roberts discusses the release of her book “Torn Apart,” which argues that the nation’s child welfare system deprives Black families of fundamental rights and should be dismantled.

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