Global food-crisis solutions, sports leadership, behavior modeling, disrupting education—through new cross-disciplinary partnerships, Wharton is making an impact in some unexpected spaces.
Joe Talks kicks off in Tokyo, Wharton Global Forum returns to Asia, a course on business in emerging economies, and more
Fifteen years ago last fall, as Wharton’s new San Francisco campus launched its Executive MBA program, no one knew the seismic changes that would soon come—to Silicon Valley and to the country—or how this special group would help establish a lasting identity for the school far away from Philadelphia.
WEMBA student and social entrepreneur Julian Baldwin has organized Career Day 365 to provide mentorship and job guidance to San Francisco youth.
Raj Bharti came to the Wharton MBA for Executives Program in San Francisco interested in gaining international exposure. Now that he's completed his degree, he shares how much the experience broadened his global perspective.
From San Fran to New York, from Kiva to Google, Wharton undergraduate Olivia Nelson has seized upon the opportunity of experiential learning.
A new course sends 40 students deep into the “Silicon Valley ecosystem.”
A new Wharton course sends 40 students into Silicon Valley to meet alumni, conduct company visits and more. See the photographic evidence from the experience.
We ask four MBA students: How has the Semester in San Francisco benefited them the most?
A Wharton executive MBA alumna launches a for-profit/for-purpose startup with a presale, one eye on Italian fashion and the other on her microscope.
A San Francisco grad launched his analytics startup at Wharton, then saw it take off at the recent Tech Crunch Disrupt Conference.
Neel Kashkari, WG'02, addresses the 2014 Wharton MBA for Executive graduation ceremony in San Francisco.
Cisco Senior Vice President Inder Sidhu, WG'91, addresses the 2013 Wharton West Coast graduation ceremony.
We shadowed two full-time Wharton MBA students as they took full advantage of the exclusive Semester in San Francisco program.
The first semester provided one epiphany after another. Spring 2014 looks to be even better for this Wharton MBA student.