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Matt Stephenson, WG’11, founded his nonprofit Code2College after many years of working in finance and education. He reflects on the current opportunities and challenges in the STEM field, and how the Bendheim Loan Forgiveness Program impacted his career.
How This Bendheim Awardee Is Championing More Diversity in STEM
Prof. Quinetta Connally Roberson joined Wharton’s Stew Friedman to discuss the differences between the often-combined ideas of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and how to overcome the hurdles that often derail company DEI efforts.
Race and Work 2020: Why Companies Should Look Beyond Traditional Diversity Training to Establish Lasting DEI Initiatives
Natalie Nielson Edwards, WG’18, joined Wharton’s Stew Friedman to discuss how diversity work has evolved in 2020 and the role that both individuals and companies play in contributing to the movement.
Race and Work 2020: “Embracing the Middle” and Engaging in Challenging Conversations About Race
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
When Prof. Lori Rosenkopf’s course on the culture of tech went virtual, she set out to make a more interactive learning experience. Her efforts have seen some unexpected results.
Breaking Classroom Barriers Over Zoom
Prof. Alexis Smith and Pamela Carlton joined Wharton’s Stew Friedman to discuss their research on the qualities of successful black women in the workplace before and after The Great Recession.
Race and Work in 2020: How Black Professional Women Break Barriers and Achieve Success
Prof. Stefanie Johnson joined Wharton’s Stew Friedman to discuss her research on leadership approaches to building diverse organizations, why they fall short, and how to “inclusify” instead.
Race and Work 2020: How Executives Can Harness the Power of Belonging to Create Inclusive Organizations
The recently launched Impact Finance Database (IFD) is a collaboration of the Wharton School, Harvard Business School, and Chicago Booth.
Here’s Why Three Top Business Schools Are Partnering in Impact Investing Research
Dr. Howard Stevenson joined Wharton’s Stew Friedman to discuss how to read, recast, and resolve racially stressful moments.
Race and Work 2020: Strategies for How People of Color Can Navigate Racist Confrontations
Lessons Learned from Pivoting in the Face of the Pandemic
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