In a new white paper, Post House Capital CEO Jackie Reses W92 examines fintech's explosive growth and offers insights into the many opportunities that lie ahead.
Cynthia Chude GRW26 starts Wharton classes on Escarce-Kington five-year scholarship through joined MD/PhD program with Meharry Medical College.
For Mary Keefe WG81, the opportunity for her architecture firm to design the Academic Research Building represented a chance to create an impactful campus fixture for students and faculty.
In a Convocation address to the MBA Class of 2023, the McNulty Leadership Program founder shares personal stories about standing up for one's beliefs.
Dean Erika James reflects on the School’s milestone enrollment for female MBAs and the challenges that women in business continue to face.
A conversation with the alumna founder of BigSpring and her executive team on analytics, the future of work, and building a “learning ecosystem.”
New releases by Wharton graduates (and faculty) include a guide to retiring, an in-depth look at U.S. health care, and a recounting of life at war.
Hilary Kramer WG91 discusses green investing, the value of authentic messaging, and advice for Wharton alumnae.
Amaechi Ndili WG97, head of CarePay Nigeria and African Academies, reflects on the Wharton alumnus who inspired him to return to his home country and his efforts to train and inspire young professionals there.
A new book about the technology assesses the consequences of its widespread adoption.
A new book and a visit with Dean Erika James to honor Wharton's first African-American MBA graduate, Hettie Simmons Love WG47
Wharton management professors offer three strategies for translating faculty research to broader audiences.
Penn alumna Tobi Bosede C11 is tackling the issue of high health-care costs through a new comparison-shopping startup.
Stories of perseverance and self-discovery, guides to improve business practices, resources for one's personal life, and more from Wharton authors
The $5 million Wharton gift is the largest cryptocurrency donation ever received by Penn.
Three public statements from the SEC show increased and perhaps even hostile new scrutiny
Wharton’s newest class of MBAs enjoyed a field trip to Citizens Bank Park in late August.
Dean Thomas Robertson has appointed H.E. Chanthol Sun, WAM’97, as the first-ever chair of Wharton’s Executive Board for Asia.
From Franklin Field to the streets of Seoul, a cohort grows closer—and takes its place in the Wharton community.
Jeffrey Schoenfeld WG84 reflects on his path from enduring Wall Street’s closeted culture in the ’80s to founding Wharton's first LGBTQ fellowship.
A member of the first graduating class of Wharton’s STEP program reflects on transformative pre-freshman experiences that inspired her to help fellow underrepresented students.
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