Education, Business, & Law

Policing marginalized communities

This past semester, Quattrone Center fellow Anjelica Hendricks engaged students in the study of how policing intersects with race, gender, ability, and other intertwined socioeconomic identities.

From Penn Carey Law

Penn GSE’s María Cioè-Peña on equitable access in education

The assistant professor of education joined the Educational Linguistics Division to ensure that bilingual children with dis/abilities get the support needed to thrive; she aims to find a model where all learners get what they need without being labeled.

From Penn GSE

The economic tradeoff: Career or family?

Research by Wharton’s Corinne Low examines the economic compromises women face in balancing career and family timing, and the need for more gender-equitable policies.

From Knowledge at Wharton

How do customers feel about algorithms?

Many managers worry that algorithms alienate customers. New research from Wharton’s Stefano Puntoni looks at how the attitudes of customers are influenced by algorithmic versus human decision-making.

From Knowledge at Wharton



In the News


LancasterOnline.com

Study finds many PA police departments lack video interrogation policies; numerous Lancaster County agencies do record

A study by Marissa Bluestine of Penn Carey Law and colleagues finds that only a handful of Pennsylvania police departments have specific policies requiring video interrogation.

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The New York Times

The benefits of ‘wise selfishness’

Adam Grant of the Wharton School says that people who are generous with their time while keeping their own interests in mind are often the most successful people at an organization.

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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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The New York Times

‘We need pleasure to survive’

PIK Professor Ezekiel J. Emanuel says that moderation is a good principle and comments on whether tweaks in bad behavior can help. The work of Adam Grant is suggested for additional reading and an understanding of "languishing."

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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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