The tax, writes Perry V. Kalajian W79 GL90 WG90, would be easy to undermine and would hinder U.S. competitiveness.
A career switch from electrical engineering to banking opened new opportunities for Femi Badeji WG06, including the chance to return home.
The war in Ukraine has sparked doomsday predictions, but one Wharton professor says dependencies between countries are here to stay.
The pandemic’s seismic effects and the devastation of war have given new meaning to one alumna’s efforts to connect Ukrainians with U.S. volunteers for English-speaking practice.
From Philadelphia to Hong Kong, Wharton alumni (and deans!) gather around the world.
West Coast alumni reunite, the Wharton Impact Tour makes its way around the world, and the MBA Program for Executives expands.
Buoyed by the rise of edtech and remote education, Wharton Online provides millions of learners globally access to the School’s thought leadership.
Wharton alumni tackling global disruptions and faculty experts share horror stories, adaptation strategies, and outlooks for the future.
The School returns to the road for alumni events, and graduates address topics such as the future of business education and pandemic-era leadership.
Alumni continue to take advantage of virtual opportunities around the world — and some reunite at in-person events.
How the Lauder Institute’s five-year campaign — and amazing alumni buy-in — is growing Wharton’s global impact today
Alumni take advantage of virtual opportunities to discuss artificial intelligence, learn about women in leadership positions, collaborate across regions, and more.
How an entrepreneurial alumna is helping young ventures in Greece expand globally
The Zicklin Center's Ideas for Action initiative is engaging youth around the world in developing solutions to global development challenges, including Africa's COVID-19 response.
Alumni gather remotely to discuss leadership strategies, learn from Wharton faculty, examine immigration policies, and more.