Global Food Security During COVID
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The Penn historian and early modern Britain expert shares her thoughts about the British monarch who reigned for 70 years.
In a Q&A, Morris Cohen of the Wharton School explains the content of the CHIPS and Science Act, signed into law on Aug. 9.
The School of Arts & Sciences’ Anna Mikulska, an expert on the geopolitics of energy, discusses the situation at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Station, Russia’s aims, and what she’s most concerned about.
In a Q&A, Barbara Hewitt of Career Services explains why it’s helpful to understand industry trends, cultivate a wide skill set, and trust that the right opportunity will emerge.
Emma Hart, director of the McNeil Center for Early American Studies, offers her perspective on the history of royal celebrity, the British monarchy’s current role in public life, and how history might view Diana, Princess of Wales.
John Lapinski, a political scientist in the School of Arts & Sciences and director of elections at NBC News, discusses the election results and what they could mean for November’s midterms.
The Polarization Research Lab, a new initiative from Annenberg’s Yphtach Lelkes and colleagues at Dartmouth and Stanford, will work to answer that question through surveys and partnerships with community organizations.
In a Q&A, Penn Nursing’s Linda Aiken describes how a hospital earning Magnet designation creates a better, safer experience for patients and clinicians, plus the push to expand such credentialing beyond the U.S.
In a new book, sociologist Camille Z. Charles explores the multifaceted identities of Black college students.
Sigal Ben-Porath of the Graduate School of Education says book bans and challenges affect free speech and expression, especially for young people, and that institutions of higher education are important for developing tools based on evidence for assessment.
In a Q&A, Dean Erika H. James of the Wharton School discusses her new cowritten book, “The Prepared Leader,” which draws on years of experience from business leaders during the tumult of 2020.
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In a Q&A, Paul Heaton of Penn Carey Law explains the findings of his study on 2017 misdemeanor bail reform, ranging from its current impact to its long-term potential as an example for further reform.
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In a Q&A, PIK Professor Dolores Albarracín discusses a report in which she calls for K-12 education to depoliticize health issues, promote health equity and disease prevention, and provide information about navigating the health care system.
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