“Music Industry 101,” “Investing in the Arts” and “Talent Management for Entertainment” are just a few of the courses that students want to take but are currently not offered in the Wharton curriculum.
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Campus tour guides can no longer say that it would be easy to start an Icelandic language course at Penn.
About 40 percent of Wharton MBA and undergraduate students are female, yet Wharton has only brought a handful of female speakers over the past five years. For this reason, a recent column published in the Daily Pennsylvanian argued that Wharton should bring more female speakers.
Huntsman’s Group Study Rooms may soon be open to some non-Wharton students.
After a five-year hiatus, a Penn team has won at the Philadelphia regional level of the Fed Challenge and will advance to the national competition in D.C.
Penn will be hosting scholars and experts from Penn and institutions around the world today to discuss topics relating to India’s role in the global economy as a part of the India as a Pioneer of Innovation: Constraints and Opportunities conference.
The University of Pennsylvania is among a list of partner schools that have not responded to a recent controversy at China’s Peking University, one of the country’s top schools.
After bringing in several celebrities who flirt with social impact on the side, Bobby Turner is bringing in a speaker who dedicates his entire life to social impact.
In 1992, 78 percent of men and women graduating from Wharton planned to have or adopt children. In 2012, that number dropped to 42 percent.
Ashton Kutcher may be better known as Kelso on “That ‘70s Show” or Walden Schmidt on “Two and a Half Men” more than someone for social impact.
Wharton responded to recent Wall Street Journal claims of its decline saying that the decrease in the number of applications did not matter to them as long as quality remained the same, according to Maryellen Lamb, a representative from Wharton MBA Admissions.
Networking is meaningful now — at least according to College sophomore Shahriar Shams-Ansari.
It’s the start of midterm season. The first few weeks of school have passed and students are getting more and more worried about classes, projects, clubs, social activities and getting enough sleep, just to list a few things.
For Wharton students and faculty who like to keep themselves updated on business-related news — whether that includes keeping up with the stock market or reading up on the latest technology — there is now a free way to do that.
Monday morning, The Wharton School announced a new partnership with Sirius XM Radio to create “Business Radio powered by The Wharton School,” a 24/7 radio channel that features expert business advice and news from top business experts around the world.
A recent survey shows that almost 60 percent of people in the workforce are unhappy with their career.
A year after the launch of the University of Pennsylvania’s first online courses, the Wharton School is now featuring part of its core curriculum on Coursera.
Penn is finally on its way to open a center in China — now set for January 2015.
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