Richard A. Axilrod, WG’85, and Nancy M. Axilrod, parents, have made a $2 million gift to establish the Axilrod Term Fund in Health and Inequality. More »
Janice F. Madden was recently on Knowledge @ Wharton's podcast with Katherine Klein discussing the future of the #MeToo Movement.
Daniel Aldana Cohen and co-authors have published an article in The Guardian about the Green New Deal and climate change politics.
Jeremy Greenwood, PSC Research Associate and Professor of Economics, wrote "Evolving Households: The Imprint of Technology on Life," which was published this January by The MIT Press. More »
Hans-Peter Kohler, PSC & PARC research associate, discusses the recent decline in U.S. birth rates on a Marketplace podcast. “At the level we are observing it in the U.S., it is not a problem. If the U.S. More »
PSC & PARC researcher, Mark V. Pauly, and co-researchers discuss what lies ahead for the Affordable Care Act in 2019 on the Knowledge@Wharton podcast.
Omnia interviewed Joseph Kable, PSC & PARC researcher and Baird Term Professor of Psychology, on why humans can’t seem to make the commitment to slow climate change.
Pilar Gonalons-Pons' work has been cited in The Philadelphia Inquirer in an article regarding the National Domestic Workers Bill. More »
Irma T. Elo has been appointed to the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Rising Midlife Mortality Rates and Socioeconomic Disparities.
Dennis Culhane and co-authors have authored a report titled "The Emerging Crisis of Aged Homelessness: Could Housing Solutions Be Funded by Avoidance of Excess Shelter, Hospital, and Nursing Home Costs," as reported by the More »
Check out the New Years message from Richard Hodes, Director, National Institute on Aging.