Wharton’s popular Visual Marketing course examines the real-world applications of visual cognition and its influence on consumer behavior.
Sandra Shpilberg WG02 and Erica Dhawan W07 shared universal tips for drafting a book and insights on the publishing process.
Daniel Farber Huang WG94 and Theresa Menders WG94 recently traveled to Poland, where millions of Ukrainians have fled to since the onset of Russia’s invasion.
Despite the uncertainty of COVID-19, the country's startup sector continued to thrive and shows no signs of slowing down.
Essential business insights and more from Wharton graduates (and scholars)
A recent art auction lawsuit reveals the complexities of excusing contractual performance due to the pandemic.
In a conversation with fintech superstar and author of Self-Made Boss Jacqueline Reses W92, the co-owner of Penn’s legendary watering hole shares insights about working with family, finding a formula for success, and what still makes “Smokes” the greatest bar in Philadelphia.
A new MBA fellowship started by F. Chapman Taylor WG88 is helping students marry interests in public service with business principles.
Research by assistant management professor Samir Nurmohamed reveals the advantages of being an underdog (or at least believing you’re one).
The Penn Wharton Budget Model uses data to analyze legislation through a non-partisan lens.
Buoyed by the rise of edtech and remote education, Wharton Online provides millions of learners globally access to the School’s thought leadership.
Dean Erika James on the importance of elevating environmental, social, and governance issues in business curricula
Making up for time spent apart, Wharton MBA Reunions have returned to an in-person format this year — and are pulling out all the stops. Upcoming events are giving classmates from nearly three dozen graduation years chances to reunite, learn from Wharton faculty, and make new memories together.
Key takeaways from a three-part conversation on business’s changing role in society
In an excerpt from his new book Decide & Conquer, Meetup CEO David Siegel C97 WG03 reveals the mistakes made by the company’s then-new corporate owner, WeWork, and a valuable acquisition lesson learned: Be honest about the relationship and what is realistic for success.
The first-ever Wharton MBA Cluster Cup Dance-off caused a much-appreciated ruckus on campus.
The first-ever Wharton MBA Cluster Cup Dance-Off caused a much-appreciated ruckus on campus.
Wharton MBA Convocation 2011
First-year Wharton MBA students test their entrepreneurial mettle during a Pre-Term innovation competition.
An innovative exercise during pre-term for the Class of 2014 plays out in entertaining and educational fashion.
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