Wharton Impact Tour stops in Seoul and Shanghai celebrate growth and resilience
Dean Erika James introduces AI at Wharton and what the new initiative means for business academia and practice in the years to come.
Incisive insights from industry leaders, wisdom for the next generation of business students, and details for upcoming Wharton Impact Tour stops
Dean Erika James and professor Adam Grant sat down for a candid conversation during the tour’s hometown stop in Philadelphia.
To celebrate this year's historic graduating MBA class, four alumnae reflect on their own Wharton experience and career journeys and offer advice for this new group of women leaders.
Alumni meet with a Wharton marketing guru, discuss smart uses for artificial intelligence, and get together for the 55th Wharton Global Forum.
For Dean Erika James, the Wharton Impact Tour has been an opportunity to forge new connections and exchange fresh ideas with Wharton alumni around the world.
Struggling to balance professional expectations and personal passions, foodie Arva Ahmed W05 WG06 found success — and unexpected support — in carving her own unique path.
From Miami to Mumbai, Wharton alumni gather around the globe.
Alumni from South Florida were eager to hear Dean Erika James and professor Kevin Werbach discuss the emerging technology at the recent Wharton Impact Tour event
Dean Erika James met with Wharton alumni and friends in nine cities across the world since last March
West Coast alumni reunite, the Wharton Impact Tour makes its way around the world, and the MBA Program for Executives expands.
The School returns to the road for alumni events, and graduates address topics such as the future of business education and pandemic-era leadership.