Dean Thomas Robertson extolled the virtues of the "unplanned" life during his Jan. 19 Legacy Lecture, a series where faculty members define their legacies.
Wharton School Publishing has gone digital.
James DePreist, W’58, ASC’61, HON’76, may have been born into a musical family. But there was nothing easy about his rise to prominence in the world of classical music.
The Wharton Blog Network can now be called "the award-winning Wharton Blog Network." We recently learned that our blog network has earned a Bronze Award in the 2011 CASE District II Accolades Awards.
Perspectives on leadership. Commentary on the economy. Ideas you can use. Real-world expertise. You’ll find all of that and more on the Wharton Blog Network.
Doug Woodring, WG'95, is an environmental consultant and start-up expert who has been working towards removing hundreds of square miles of garbage from a polluted North Pacific.
There's really not all that much to MBA Pub, is there? This Wharton tradition is nothing more than a glorified happy hour. Right? Not according to Wharton MBAs.
The summer issue of Wharton Magazine, which, barring some kind of calamity, should be arriving in your mailbox by mid-July.
Gene Falk, WG'80, founded mothers2mothers, a Cape Town-based nonprofit that aims to prevent the transmission of HIV-positive pregnant women to their children.
Lei Wang, WG’03 has finally completed her journey. She is now the second woman in history to pull off the 7 + 2 Mt. Everest challenge.
When Jeremy Siegel spoke to Wharton alumni at the School’s 2010 Reunion Weekend, his message was simple and clear: Stocks are still the answer.
Reunion Weekend is under way here at Wharton, and Wharton Dean Thomas S. Robertson helped kick off the weekend with his annual “State of the School Address."