A reader of useful books discovers the mind-blowing value of literature.
A new student group, Return on Equality, brings conversation to the art of empathetic leadership.
Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett tells U.S. businesses: Now's a good time to look seriously at Africa.
The Lauder Institute will soon offer the world’s first premiere joint-degree MA/MBA program with a specialization on Africa.
Wharton alumna Aubrey Hruby discusses motivations for co-writing "The Next Africa," as well as why readers should read this Africa business book.
Wharton is now live on SiriusXM channel 111.
Agriculture is a noble profession, particularly when you’re getting your hands dirty to tackle some of the world’s most pressing problems.
The 2011 Wharton Alumni Business Showcase goes with less competition, more funding.
Clearly, business and community interests are parts of the whole of our city -- what exactly are the interconnections between business and community?
Faculty International Seminars gives Wharton faculty exposure to the emerging Kenyan and South African economies. What new insights will find their way into curricula and research?
The science is clear: Your career is shaped, at least in part, by your genetic makeup.
Wharton Faculty and Alumni Identify Economic Leadership Opportunities at Global Alumni Forum in Cape Town.
Entrepreneurs and academics alike find that dealing on the Internet is uncharted, unregulated and, in many cases, potentially profitable.