It is up to educators to make sure that the phrase “I believe in you” is no empty promise when students face “stepping stone” moments in their development.
Recent campus news about student successes and administrative appointments.
The Wharton Undergraduate Division launches a new program to help students navigate the School’s fundamental coursework.
An inaugural Knowledge@Wharton seminar helps teachers to focus on financial literacy.
Knowledge@Wharton High School helps teachers to focus on financial literacy with a first-ever seminar.
A graduating senior looks back at the five times she attended Penn Preview Days and how she blossomed as a student and a leader over the course of those years.
The new Wharton Senior Capstone course gives undergraduates a hearty taste of real-world pressures.
Through the Lipman Prize Wharton and Penn support programs that benefit communities across the globe.
Having worked at Wharton for almost 20 years, you might think that I would be unaffected by the shift in energy every fall when students come back to campus. But I still feel the enthusiasm of moving in and preparing for classes.
At Wharton’s 127th Commencement, Dean Thomas Robertson encouraged graduates to constantly ‘seek new directions’ in order to thrive in a fast-changing world.
The Wharton undergraduate education is a special blend of business and liberal arts study that fosters a unique way of thinking.
An increase in female enrollment at Wharton reflects not only the changing demographic of business leaders, but also the broad shift in tomorrow’s business landscape.
Wharton has come a long way since 1954.
Amidst November election fervor, legal advocates, such as Georgette Chapman Phillips, volunteer time to ensure that citizens exercise their right to vote.
Uncertain financial times remain, but Wharton's newest graduates seem set on changing the world for the better.