The 2012 election is heating up fast and few are following it as closely as Matt Levendusky, Assistant Professor of Political Science. From his research for his book The Partisan Sort: How Liberals Became Democrats and Conservatives Became Republicans to his current examination of partisan media outlets, Professor Levendusky offers a unique take on the political process.
2012 College Graduation Ceremony. Watch the full ceremony or just the featured speakers, Jennifer Dailey, C’12, and Paul Hendrickson, author and Senior Lecturer, Department of English.
60-Second Lecture. Michael Weisberg discusses “Lying Your Way to the Truth”
60-Second Lecture. Ted Abel discusses “It’s Not a Dream, It’s a Memory: The Role of Sleep in Memory Storage”
60-Second Lecture. Brendan O’Leary discusses “Why Share Power?”
60-Second Slam. In this spin on our popular 60-Second Lectures series, 11 School of Arts & Sciences’ faculty and students prove that a world of knowledge can be condensed into just sixty seconds of time.
Sustainable Solutions. In this panel discussion, SAS faculty discuss solutions to a number of problems facing our ever-evolving planet.
Penn Back Then. Listen to Quakers sharing their Penn memories at Alumni Weekend 2011.
Courting Politics. In this audio Q&A, political scientist Rogers Smith parses some of the past year’s major Supreme Court decisions.More Multimedia