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“How do we make sure that every graduate who leaves Wharton takes on that inclusivity as a core value with them as they move into the boardrooms of companies all across the country?”
Getting to Know Prism Fellow & Reality TV Star Dillon Patel
“If we could just have a candid conversation with our Dean about what she believes in, what would we want to hear from her?”
Students Chat With the Dean About Diversity at Wharton
In a new competition, eight undergraduate finalist teams pitched their student wellness initiatives to Wharton School leadership. Erin Lomboy, W’21, shares her experience.
Improving Wellness at Wharton One Pitch at a Time
Maggie Tang, W’22, is avidly pursuing her interest in hospitality at Wharton, from starting a food podcast to writing honors theses on fostering creativity and positive culture in high-end restaurants.
This Michelin Star Restaurant Intern Is Pairing Her Passion for Food With Business
Celebrating International Women’s Day: 2021
David Lawrence, WG’21, Divya Balaji Kamerkar, WG’21, and Alan Wang, WG’21 discuss their social ventures, and how the Jacobs Impact Entrepreneur Prize helped power their startups.
Launching Social Enterprises: How the Jacobs Prize Supported These Wharton MBAs
“This is work that is ongoing. We continue to both advocate and support our students and educate the broader Penn community about the issues and the nuances of the Latinx community.”
LatinX Student Forum Opens Discussion on COVID, Election Anxiety, and Unprecedented Challenges
“Every single dollar that people donate, I’m giving right back out to nonprofits that we care about.”
How MBA Student Ben Berman’s “Pizza Drops” Raised $15,000 for Local Charities
Veteran co-founders Chase Hobby, WG’20, and Evan Seale, WG’20, recall how their time in the armed services played a pivotal role in their desire to pursue entrepreneurship at Wharton.
From the Battlefield to the Boardroom
“Coming together as a community, in solidarity and in number, seemed a natural part of the healing process.”
Undergrads Discuss Asian Identity and Biases at Community Forum
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