Physics Today winning essay
Article in the LS&A Magazine
Supersymmetry: what? why? when?
Contemporary Physics 41 (2000) 359
There's Plenty of Zing in String Theory
Michigan Today, 2000
The Linear Collider Opportunity 2001
Hunting the Higgs -- G. Kane & E. Witten
Invited article for Phi Kappa Phi Forum, Fall 2002
The Future of The (Our) Research University
Invited Essay For Volume Presented by University of Michigan to President L. Bollinger on his innaguration.
TASI Lectures 2005
The Dawn of Physics Beyond the Standard Model
Scientific American, June 2003, p68, and Special Edition, January 2006, p5
Mysteries of Mass Article in Scientific American
Scientific American, July 2005 and Special Edition, January 2006, p33
Perspectives on LHC Physics (ed. G. Kane and A. Pierce)
The LHC --- A "Why" Machine and a Supersymmetry Factory"
Chapter 6 from "Perspectives on Supersymmetry II" (with D. Feldman)
A Wino-Like LSP World: Theoretical and Phenomenological Motivations
String Theory and the Real World
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