Wharton Stories: Bicoastal

“I want students to believe in themselves and know that ethics are more important than any fortune they will ever amass,” said Robert Chalfin, who teaches two entrepreneurship electives in the EMBA program.

What this Faculty Member Wants Students to Get Out of His Entrepreneurship Classes

“Organizations can achieve long-lasting competitive advantage by leveraging the way they manage people,” said Prof. John Paul MacDuffie, who teaches Managing the Enterprise.

What Wharton Prof. John Paul MacDuffie Wants Students to Know about Human Capital and Competitive Advantage

Senior Fellows Patrizio Cernetti, WG’16, and Jon Soberg, WG’09, mentor students working on real-world data projects.

How Wharton Customer Analytics Connects Alumni, Students, and Companies

San Francisco students can catch up with Wharton Prof. Gad Allon by running with him along the bay during his 6:00am “moving office hours.”

From Strategy Class to Jogging Office Hours: Why this Operations Professor Enjoys Teaching EMBA Students

“There are tough moments, and you need to be ready for those. But I would go back and do this program 10 times over if I could,” said Neda Amanat, WG’20.

How this Alumna Balanced School, Work and Kids in Wharton’s EMBA Program

Sallie Wong, WG’19, who recently landed her dream job at LinkedIn, credits her classmates and career coaching with helping her realize her true potential and strengths.

How Wharton Helped this Finance Executive Achieve Her Career Goal

Stephanie Yee, C’08, WG’21, is bringing women students and alumnae together through virtual networking events.

How this Student is Helping to “Empower and Inspire” Women at Wharton

Celebrating International Women’s Day: 2021

Lauren Pencek, WG’18, Michelle Chia, WG’18, Kelcy Walsh, WG’18, and Grace Uminga, WG’18, use their “Four of a Kind Podcast” as a platform to “empower women to start businesses and take bigger jobs.”

How these Four Classmates Created a Podcast to Support Women in Business

Mary Kroening, WG’22, says the keys to preparing for the GMAT are consistency, self-discipline, and knowing what to expect.

How Strategy and Time Management Can Help Improve Your GMAT Score