Education, Business, & Law

Addressing bias in AI

In Policy Lab: AI and Implicit Bias, Penn Carey Law students propose solutions to address intersectional bias in generative AI.

From Penn Carey Law

How to encourage student attendance

From Penn GSE’s Educator’s Playbook, Michael Gottfried highlights approaches that schools and teachers can take to address absenteeism by identifying root causes and creating a supportive environment for all students.

From Penn GSE

A call for less talk and more action on luxury emissions

Shelley Welton, Presidential Distinguished Professor of Law and Energy Policy at Penn Carey Law and the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, argues for a luxury emissions tax that would focus on grossly excessive personal carbon emissions.

From Penn Carey Law

Who, What, Why: Literacy advocate Meresa García

The Penn Graduate School of Education student, who earned her bachelor’s from the College of Arts and Sciences in the Spring, talks about her work with the Penn Libraries Community Engagement team and her aspirations of becoming a teacher.

Lauren Hertzler

In the News

Economic Times

Brands like Burger King and Coke use scholarships to capture Gen Z’s attention

Cait Lamberton of the Wharton School says that consumers increasingly expect corporations to pick up pieces of the student debt crisis where other social services are failing.


Oregon Capital Chronicle

Private equity investment in Oregon behavioral health lags national average, study finds

A study co-authored by Marissa King of the Wharton School finds that private equity firms now own as much as a quarter of behavioral health practices in some states, though ownership in Oregon is lower than the national average.


Financial Times

AI is already changing management — companies must decide how

In an opinion essay, Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School says that managers need to start shaping how artificial intelligence will be used in the workplace.


The Wall Street Journal

The downside of delayed gratification

A study co-authored by Jonah Berger of the Wharton School suggests that spirals of delayed gratification can take a toll on emotional, physical, and financial well-being.



TikTok sued the U.S. government to block a ban. Here’s what happens now

Gus Hurwitz of Penn Carey Law says that ByteDance could file another lawsuit on behalf of TikTok’s users to strengthen the company’s First Amendment argument against a federal ban.