Research by assistant management professor Samir Nurmohamed reveals the advantages of being an underdog (or at least believing you’re one).
Buoyed by the rise of edtech and remote education, Wharton Online provides millions of learners globally access to the School’s thought leadership.
Former American Airlines chief Robert L. Crandall WG60 shares thoughts on his career, effective leadership, and fostering creativity.
Dean Erika James offers thoughts on building space for candid conversations in the classroom.
Success is best achieved by inspiring others and being prepared to change with these uncertain times.
Don’t confuse self-confidence for an honest and essential look at one’s own strengths and weaknesses.
The Wharton Agribusiness, Food, and Beverage Club unites students with a passion for changing the food system.
After feeling like an outsider on campus, a young leader finds her cause.
A new book serves as a guide for standing by your values and creating a more ethical workplace.
Turns out, bias plays a major role in decision-making at even the highest levels of leadership.
With a historic balance of women in the MBA Class of 2023, Wharton examines its path to this milestone and efforts to build on progress made in the classroom and the workforce.
For Mary Keefe WG81, the opportunity for her architecture firm to design the Academic Research Building represented a chance to create an impactful campus fixture for students and faculty.
Dean Erika James reflects on the School’s milestone enrollment for female MBAs and the challenges that women in business continue to face.
The chairman emeritus and former CEO of the Estée Lauder Companies reflects on success, tough business decisions, and making an impact.
Which subjects really resonate with today’s students? Professors provide a behind-the-scenes look at eight impactful classes that help to define the modern Wharton experience.