From her favorite Yiddish word — kibbitz — to her family history, Penn President Amy Gutmann discussed a wide range of topics in her “Fireside Chat” with about 100 students at Hillel.
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The event, held in Steinberg-Dietrich Hall and catered by Ethiopian restaurant Abyssinia, marked the start of a series of lunches HUAB hopes to host with professors this year.
The Wharton School's Program for Social Impact, Loan Forgiveness Program and recently redesigned MBA curriculum are part of a broader trend, Wharton reps say.
The Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative — launched as an expansion of the Wharton Interactive Media Initiative — will also be integrated into the undergraduate Wharton curriculum.
Making a dollar isn’t the only goal for Wharton School students and faculty. Now, there is increased focus on what some call “greenomics” — the economics of being environmentally friendly.
Outsourcing, which once referred primarily to sending low-skilled labor abroad, has gradually grown to also encompass professional work.
Currently, retail is a secondary concentration in the Wharton School. Students can only concentrate in this area as a subset of the marketing concentration.
Two sections of MBA classes are participating in a Wharton Computing pilot, which gives students access to free iPads.
Iranium — a documentary about Iran’s nuclear power program — premiered at the Penn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology on Wednesday night.
In just a few hours, 10 Wharton freshmen enrolled in Management 100 created a video worth $10,000. The video, which promoted the nonprofit organization Givology, was selected as the winner of the Ford Focus Global Test Drive competition.
Nationally, the number of minority faculty in business schools is lagging behind, and Wharton is no exception to the trend.
Wharton recently added three- to four-day overseas courses in India, Israel and Brazil, among other places, that are open to both undergraduate and MBA students.
As part of the new MBA curriculum launched in December, Wharton is promising graduates free, one-week courses every seven years throughout their working lives.
Through encouraging recycling and energy conservation in Huntsman Hall, The Wharton Sustainability Program aims to promote environmentally friendly practices.
The Young India Fellowship, started through an SEAS partnership, will offer one year of free education to 50 post-graduates and lead to the foundation of a new university.
As manager for high-school hip-hop duo "Moosh & Twist: OCD," Wharton sophomore Evan Reynolds believes he's about to hit it big.
Over the past few years, employers have become less willing to pay for their employees to receive MBAs — a trend that holds true at Wharton.
Starting in May, all 400 executive MBA students will receive iPads for their two years at Penn, paid for through parts of their tuition dedicated to textbooks and course materials.
Two Wharton professors' research on The New York Times' “Most E-Mailed” list of articles revealed that female-authored and awe-inspiring stories are more likely to be forwarded.
Wharton remained in fourth place for the second year straight in Bloomberg Businessweek’s rankings of undergraduate business schools, released on March 4. However, Wharton administrators say these rankings may not be accurate.