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2018 Wharton Graduation Highlights
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Students applied core concepts from their business courses to solve simulated challenges proposed by Vox Media during this immersive day-long competition.
Undergraduates Tackle Real Media Industry Challenges During This Year’s HuntsmanHacks
“If I think about the two bigger economic issues than trade, they are market access and innovation — who’s going to control innovation in the 21st century.”
Dean Garrett on Why Trade Isn’t the Biggest Issue Between the U.S. and China
Business leaders and educators convened for a Town Hall on the rise of data analytics and filling a growing need for new jobs and more comprehensive education.
Wharton and WorkingNation Address Closing the Data Analytics Skills Gap
The MIINT gives hundreds of business school students across the globe a hands-on education in impact investing.
How the MIINT Program Trains Students to Think Like Impact Investors
Jessica Pugh, WG’19, will be heading to Google this fall to work on global strategy while thinking of carving a bigger space for underrepresented minorities.
Jessica Pugh is Pushing for Diversity and Inclusion in the Tech Industry
Evite CEO Victor Cho, W’93, and VP Jay Neuman learned what Wharton and Penn student teams discovered about their company’s data at the Datathon finale.
WCAI Datathon Student Finalists Present Their Data Findings to Evite
This February, Wharton clubs brought MBA students together for a week of thought-provoking discussions on diversity, identity, and inclusion.
One Wharton Week Spotlights Immigration, Political Discourse, #MeToo, and More
“Our background, our founding, was about a grab-and-go concept. As we evolve, it really is about that weekly relationship — how can we solve various points of friction in your nutrition needs week to week.”
How Snap Kitchen Evolved from a Grab-and-Go Meal Service to a Lifestyle Solution
The Successful Transition and Empowerment Program’s emphasis on fostering connection and building four-year community helps it stand out from other pre-orientation programs.
3 Ways Wharton’s STEP Pre-Orientation Program Impacts Undergraduates After Freshman Year
Wharton’s Associate Professor of Management Matthew Bidwell reviews the pros and cons of moving between jobs internally and externally.
What Prof. Matthew Bidwell’s Research Reveals about Career Mobility
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