Four Wharton students have created a website that allows students to suggest course ideas not currently offered in the Wharton curriculum.
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The Office of Admissions is now instructing tour guides, who are members of the Kite and Key Society, to say less about starting new clubs or language courses.
Wharton students are pushing for a policy that will give non-Wharton students who are enrolled in Wharton classes the ability to book group study rooms in Huntsman Hall.
The Fed Challenge competition challenges students to analyze the state of the economy and create a monetary policy for Federal Reserve banks.
The three day conference, which will be split between Penn's Philadelphia and San Francisco campuses, will discuss India as a place of innovation.
Penn has many ties with the Chinese university. In March 2010, Penn entered a memorandum of understanding with Peking University, and many of Penn’s schools work closely with the Chinese university.
Turner said he wants KIPP co-founder Michael Feinberg to expose students to the practitioner side of social impact.
Wharton professor studies the work and life integration of Wharton graduates, many of who find managing work and family difficult with increased work requirements.
Bobby Turner, a 1984 Wharton graduate and founder of the Lauren and Bobby Turner Social Impact Executive Speaker Series, explains his choice of Ashton Kutcher to come speak for the series.
Applications to the MBA program have fallen 6 percent just in the past year.
The networking program was kickstarted at Yale University last year and has since expanded to other campuses. The group received approximately 60 applicants from all four schools.
Various professors give recommendations for increased students achievement — from having flexible attitudes to setting physical reminders.
2,000 users have already registered for access.
About 50 members of Wharton faculty and staff collaborated with Sirius XM to refine the concept. Business radio is set to launch in early 2014 on Sirius XM channel 111, app and online.
Legal studies professor G. Richard Shell, author of new book “Springboard: Launching your Personal Search for Success” and professor of the popular Wharton School “Success” course, has a mission to change the way people define success.
Each of the four courses are set to begin on Coursera within the next few weeks and last from six to 10 weeks.
Over the summer, the University completed all necessary registration with the Chinese government.
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Gillian Wakely died after a long battle with colon cancer.