One of Wharton’s most sought-after classes is not in finance, but in a topic thought of by many as unteachable: creativity.
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Forbes thinks that $1 million can change the world. So does the Wharton School.
On Friday morning at 7 a.m., a cohort of Penn students will embark on the campaign trail for positions on the Class Board of 2019 and in the Undergraduate Assembly.
Six months after the Penn Wharton China Center kicked off in Beijing, the opening celebrations will conclude with a gala and discussion forum featuring distinguished guests from around the world.
Like many incoming freshman, Kevin Chou wondered whether Wharton would live up to its reputation as a highly competitive and stressful environment.
As students are settling into the new school year, many faculty and staff members are already in the midst of planning programming for next year.
Penn students who stay on campus for the summer taking classes or researching for professors are amongst a diverse set of visitors: 7-year-old kids to rising high school seniors who are getting a taste of what it’s like to walk on Locust.
On Tuesday, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life announced the appointment of Eddie Banks-Crosson as director.
Students who take leaves of absence for mental health reasons do not just suffer the financial burden of hospitalizations, outpatient care and therapist visits. Many also encounter unexpected Penn-related financial difficulties.
Penn Wharton China Center kicks off with "First 100 Days" celebrations, incorporating all 12 of Penn's schools
Even though the Penn Wharton China Center is named for Penn’s business school, it is a place for all types of learning — and a place where students can learn about everything from urbanization to robotics to food science.
Even before arriving at Penn, a pre-frosh is looking to address student mental health concerns in a new way.
It was a historic day on June 26 in Washington, as supporters of same-sex marriage gathered on the steps of the Supreme Court to celebrate the legalization of same-sex marriage in all 50 states. As the nation reacted to the momentous decision, members of the Penn community shared their thoughts on the long-controversial issue and its new future.
In the wake of recent cultural conflicts on campus, many Asian students are challenging the University and campus organizations to do more to bridge cultural gaps between ethnic groups and create more dialogue and awareness about racial issues.
Student accepted to all eight Ivies chooses University of Alabama, calls Penn aid policy into question
Every year, a handful of students achieve what seems impossible to many: acceptance into all eight Ivy League schools. While many of this year’s accepted students decided to attend one of the Ivy Leagues, one student chose elsewhere.
A possible addition to Penn’s mental health policies and procedures may change how the faculty interacts with students.
It has been a hectic first academic year for Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett.
Next time Wharton students take a Snapchat, they may have the opportunity to be featured on the business school’s social media. The Wharton social media team recently created an official Snapchat account.
When it comes to Wharton’s social media strategy, what may seem like a one-man show is in fact a large operation.
Some hope to get their feet wet in the business world. Others hope to get a foot in the door at the Wharton School. Regardless of their motives, select rising high school seniors populate the Quad every July to take part in the intensive business program, Leadership in the Business World.
One Wharton competition links students from Penn and beyond directly with the World Bank.