The Wharton Way is a strategic plan guiding Wharton towards greater influence, innovation, and engagement
Dean Erika James on the importance of elevating environmental, social, and governance issues in business curricula
The Wharton Club of New York honors some of the School's most successful and impactful alumni with the Joseph Wharton Awards.
The end of the Napoleonic wars 200 years ago ushered in the era of modern business. Our resident economic historian reflects.
Let’s CRUT to the chase: I can’t give half a million dollars to Penn, but I can try to raise a half-million.
At Deloitte, Microsoft, the White House and beyond, gamification is being applied to virtually every area of business.
Earlier this year, the School’s art collection grew thanks to the donation of a series of paintings honoring the life and times of Joseph Wharton.
Driven by a fascination of history and a devotion to his alma mater, William Polk Carey, W’53, commissioned the life of Joseph Wharton in 10 portraits.
The Wharton School has influenced the practice of business through the leaders it has educated. In turn, the School has been shaped by the founder, deans, and directors at its helm.
125 years ago, Wharton was a radical idea. To celebrate the ideas it inspired, Wharton looks at the past and the future.