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Virtual IEDP Invited Lecture Series to Feature Dr. Emiliana Vegas on the Unequal Impact of the COVID-19 School Closures
Virtual IEDP Invited Lecture Series Event: The Unequal Impact of the COVID-19 School Closures Globally Dr. Emiliana Vegas   (More)
Wagner Lab welcomes Dr. Sarah Matar
The Wagner Lab is delighted to receive yet another fantastic addition to our team. Dr. Sarah Matar joins us after defending her PhD thesis on the vernalization-driven transition to flowering in winter rapeseed in the lab of Dr. Christian Jung of the (More)
New Video: Annette Lareau discusses her forthcoming book, Listening to People: A Practical Guide to Interviewing, Participant-Observation, Data Analysis, and Writing It All Up, with Shamus Khan
On March 5th Annette Lareau (Penn) spoke with Shamus Khan (Princeton) about her forthcoming book,More)
Annette Lareau and Shamus Khan to discuss Lareau's forthcoming book--Listening to People
Annette Lareau (Penn) and More)
Jonathan London to speak on the political economy of learning in Vietnam at the Virtual IEDP Invited Lecture Series
Virtual IEDP Invited Lecture Series Event: Outlier Vietnam and the Problem of Embeddedness: Contributions to the Political Economy of Learning Dr. Jonathan London More)
Adam Konkol is awarded a Churchill Scholarship
Senior at University of Pennsylvania, Adam Konkol, an undergraduate who worked in the Wagner lab, was awarded a Churchill Scholarship along with December graduate Abigail Timmel. Featured in PennToday, the Wagner Lab is excited to have been a part of (More)
Working Paper #7 by Wright, "Generation-Blindness and the COVID-19 Websites of Highly Selective Universities"
Wright, Marcus. 2021. "Generation-Blindness and the COVID-19 Websites of Highly Selective Universi (More)
Working Paper #6 by Shen, "A Tangled Web: The Reciprocal Relationship between Depression and Educational Outcomes in China"
Shen, Wensong. 2019. “A Tangled Web: The Reciprocal Relationship between Depression and Educational (More)
Wagner Lab welcomes Dr. Sandhan Prakash
This Valentines Day weekend the Wagner Lab welcomed the newest member of our lab, Dr. Sandhan Prakash, to the City of Brotherly Love! Dr. Prakash flew all the way from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bangalore, India where he received his P (More)
New Paper on Tellurium Chemistry Towards Recycling of Photovoltaics
Congratulations to CSSM members Jerod M. Kieser, Leighton O. Jones, Nathan J. Lin, Matthias Zeller, George C. Schatz, and Suzanne C. Bart for their new publication: “Synthesis and Characterization of Tellurium Catecholates and Their N-Oxide Adducts,” (More)
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