With one semester left at Penn, a Wharton senior reflects back on all that he’s given to be part of Wharton student club leadership—and all that he’s gotten.
The relationship between academia and the professional world is strong at Wharton, evidenced by the many business leaders who come to campus as guest speakers.
A student in her junior year at Wharton commits to her passion, instead of the career “funnel” that many follow during Wharton On Campus Recruiting.
Wharton senior Melanie Smith might have discovered herself a marketing career during a busy semester writing, event-planning and learning.
A Wharton undergraduate participates in a tech-focused course, benefiting from inside career information from alumni and an upcoming trip to Silicon Valley.
A sophomore comes to understand the power of the Wharton brand as he travels the world wearing his Wharton sweater.
Authors@Wharton continues to deliver, giving students exposure to diversity of thought beyond their coursework, such as during Garry Kasparov's recent talk.
We met a handful of Wharton students, and they blew us away by what they’ve already achieved and what they aim to do next. What better way to start the new school year?
The Sophomore-Alumni Mentorship Program is helping Wharton undergrads think about career options.
The Penn Wharton Ideas for Action Initiative emerges from a Wharton and World Bank partnership, created by students dedicated to sustainable development.
The Wharton undergraduate curriculum has the flexibility to let students “figure it out”—“it” being finance, or politics, computer science and Italian cinema.
A Wharton undergrad had a wonderful experience during her summer internship at Raymond James, but she doesn’t think she’ll be going back.
Experiential learning is an adventure at Wharton. Students learn by making decisions while doing, then living with the consequences.
Nebraska was the last place I thought I would find myself the weekend after spring break. What came even more as a surprise was getting life advice from world-famous investor Warren Buffett.
Before coming to Penn, a Wharton School undergrad assumed that she would only learn in the classroom. That was before she volunteered in West Philly.
A Wharton student has his sights set on informing good policy with sound business sense. In fact, he’s already done so.