Penn LDI Small Grants Program 2023 awarded research associates Hanming Fang and Iliana Kohler pilot grants for research projects in "ACA Insurance Expansion and the Disparity in Health Care Access" and "Learning From Covid-19 to Prepare for the Future: Understanding Vaccine Uptake in a Low-Income Sub-Saharan African Context" respectively. < More »
Wealth Professional highlights a new research that will be published in the Financial Planning Review co-authored by research associate Olivia S. Mitchell which examines the relationship between debt issues and retirement preparation. More »
Penn LDI shares an article by research associate Jason S. Schnittker which talks about an outdated federal law which bars inmates from medicaid after release. More »
Penn today highlights a new research being conducted by research associate Pilar Gonalons-Pons which focuses on the pandemic’s impact on paid and unpaid child care workers. “It might seem like the gender disparity has washed out More »
The latest PSC Newsletter features podcasts and events featuring our Researchers, info on our students' PAA Practice Talks, and more!More »
LA Times highlights a research study published in the Journal of Technology in Human Services co-authored by Dennis Culhane which uses a cohort of housing assessments taken from a mid-size county in the US and machine learning methods to train a Predictive Risk Model (PRM) that identifies clients w More »
The study conducted by Eugenia C. South and John M. MacDonald, which suggests that fixing up abandoned homes can lead to a reduction in gun violence, is highlighted by Penn LDI.
Drawing numbers from the study conducted by Eugenia C. South, The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the death of an officer has amplified the impact of persistent gun violence on the Temple community.
Read up on forthcoming events, our Researchers' recent publications, the Quartet Pilot Research Competition, and more, in the PSC Newsletter!More »
Linda H. Aikens was recently quoted by KUOW in a report about Washington legislators considering the implementation of mandated Nurse-to-Patient ratios in hospitals.
"WA legislators weigh mandating nurse-to-patient ratios in hospitals," KUOW, Kate Walters, February 15, 2023.More »
1A reports a podcast on Adressing Women's Health Care Concerns, where Damon Centola was one of the guests.
"Addressing women’s health care concerns," 1A, Michelle Harven, February 2, 2023.More »
As Social Security continues to march toward insolvency, Penn Today highlights Olivia S. Mitchell's discussion on current policy debates and the role of financial literacy in achieving reform.
"What is the future of Social Security?" Penn Today, Brandon Baker, February 1, 2023.More »
Theodore G. Schurr has been elected as one of the eight faculty members from four schools of the University of Pennsylvania, to be named as 2022 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellows, as reported by Penn Today.
Pew quotes research associate Matthew D. McHugh in an article about the scope of practice of non-physician medical providers. it highlights that non-physician medical providers in some states are gaining more independence from doctors.
Penn Law highlights that Dorothy Roberts was interviewed by Nikole Hannah-Jones, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter who covers civil rights and racial injustice for The New York Times Magazine, for Episode 2, “Race,” of the 1619 Project docuseries on Hulu, which is based on her More »
CNN highlights an op-ed authored by research associate Kevin G. Volpp about the lessons he learned from his recent experience of a cardiac arrest. More »
Pushkin reported that Dorothy Roberts discussed in a podcast, the disproportionate impact the Dobbs decision is anticipated to have on Black women.
"Some of My Best Friends Are-The New Jane Crow," Pushkin, Khalil G Muhammad, Ben Austen, January 25, 2023.More »
Los Angeles Times highlights an op-ed co-authored by research associate Angela Lee Duckworth which proposes that rather than banning chatbots from the classroom, teachers should embrace the technology to help their students develop advanced critical thinking skills.
Gwynne Evans-Lovamayesa is a member of the Hopi Tribal Nation and first-year Demography graduate student in the Population Studies Center. More »
Stat highlights a recent essay published in the New England Journal of Medicine co-authored by Research Associate Atheendar Venkataramani analysing the role of Heath Systems in America to address Stuctural Racism and thereby reduce Racial Wealth Disparities.More »
In the first PSC Newsletter of 2023, find the latest news, our spring Colloquium schedule, and more.More »
Penn Nursing highlights a new repeated cross-sectional study published in Nursing Outlook co-authored by Research Associates Linda H. Aiken, Matthew D. More »
Market Watch highlights an op-ed co-authored by research associate Olivia S. Mitchell which discusses the decline in life expectancy in the US and it's impact on retirement planning.