Posted April 20th, 2018
McDonogh appeared on the WHYY program "The Pulse."
Pulitzer Prize Medal
Posted April 17th, 2018
Horwitz covers the Justice Department for The Post and Leonnig is a national investigative reporter focused on the White House and government accountability.
Michelle Francl
Posted April 4th, 2018
Chemistry's Michelle Francl is among the scientists who tell The Washington Post a California regulation aimed at protecting employees from carcinogens and toxic chemicals may be causing undue alarm.
Drew Gilpin Faust '68
Posted March 12th, 2018
Faust addressed students at Philadelphia High School for Girls, reports The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Professor Dianna Xu
Posted February 19th, 2018
Students are being recruited by Google, Apple, Microsoft, and other high-tech companies, as well as financial firms. Read more about "Generation CS" in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Sofia Fenner
Posted February 7th, 2018
In a piece for The Washington Post's "Monkey Cage" blog, Fenner looks at the history and current influence of the New Wafd Party on Egyptian politics.
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Posted January 10th, 2018
The study analyzes the 1,658 job postings that the MLA listed in 2015-16 to look at the skills being sought by hiring departments.
Michelle Francl
Posted January 5th, 2018
"Raw Water," water that purports to come from a natural source and hasn't undergone any sort of treatment, is being sold as a healthier alternative to traditional spring water and tap water. Is it?
Assistant Professor of Social Work Carolina Hausmann-Stabile
Posted November 29th, 2017
“Many girls direct aggression that they have learned to use in their environments and resolve conflicts through their bodies," Hausmann-Stabile tells WHYY.
Michelle Francl
Posted November 28th, 2017
Chemistry's Michelle Francl is among the experts Chemical & Engineering News turned to for an article on the ways in which science can help us to "smell the past."

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