Sarah Light named inaugural presidential professor at Wharton for work on business, climate change

Sarah Light smiles into the camera wearing a green shirt and black sweater.

(Outlet: Daily Pennsylvanian) Sarah Light has been appointed as the inaugural Mitchell J. Blutt and Margo Krody Blutt Presidential Professor at the Wharton School. Presidential professorships aim to help Penn attract and retain accomplished scholars and recognize their contributions. The Wharton appointment is one of three such professorships at Penn, with the other two housed in the School of Arts and Sciences and the Perelman School of Medicine. Read More

Sarah E. Light Appointed Inaugural Mitchell J. Blutt and Margo Krody Blutt Presidential Professor

Sarah Light smiles into the camera wearing a green shirt and a black cardigan.

(Outlet: Wharton Press Release) Penn Interim President J. Larry Jameson and Wharton Dean Erika H. James are delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Sarah E. Light as the inaugural recipient of the Mitchell J. Blutt and Margo Krody Blutt Presidential Professorship at the Wharton School, which is one of three Presidential Professorships Dr. Mitchell J. Blutt, C’78, M’82, WG’87 and Mrs. Margo Blutt have generously established at the University of Pennsylvania. The three Presidential Professorships are at the Wharton School, Penn Arts & Sciences, and the Perelman School of Medicine, the three Penn schools Dr. Blutt attended.Read More

Experts Say Proposed Vehicle Emissions and Fuel Rules Not an EPA ‘Ban’ on Gas-Powered Cars

Cars travel along Interstate 80 on Jan. 16 in Berkeley, California.

(Outlet: FactCheck.org) Pending regulations under review by the Biden administration could greatly increase the number of electric vehicles sold in the U.S. But if implemented, the proposals to reduce tailpipe emissions and raise the fuel efficiency standards of cars and trucks would not “ban” the sale of new gasoline-powered vehicles, as a trade group for fuel makers falsely suggests in an ad campaign.Read More