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Abhishek Prakash, WG’20, says the diversity of perspectives and collaborative learning environment in the EMBA program is worth the commute from Houston.
How Wharton is Helping this Oil and Gas Executive Shape His Industry
Sherry Ann Mohan, WG’13, says the EMBA program is an inclusive environment for underrepresented minorities. “Being in supportive spaces like Wharton helps me navigate in places where there aren’t that many people who look like me.”
How Wharton is Adding Value for this Finance Executive
How will COVID-19’s impact the way we work?
Temporary Shift or New Reality? How Work May Change Post-Pandemic
“I went to Penn as an undergraduate, and we weren’t going anywhere else for our MBA. I knew Wharton offered the rigor and alumni network we wanted,” said Dr. Ije Akunyili, WG’20, who attended Wharton’s EMBA program with her husband Aris A. Brou, WG’20.
How this Married Couple Balanced Wharton, Work, and Kids
Angela Specht, WG’20, chief of staff at Johnson & Johnson Global Public Health, came to Wharton for the credential of an MBA, but says she is getting “exponentially more” out of this program.
How Wharton’s EMBA Program is Helping this Executive Impact Global Public Health
Yupeng Liu, WG’20, is using classroom learning, faculty expertise, and Wharton’s network to grow his business in North America and China – and he’s encouraging more applicants in Toronto at Information Receptions.
Why this Canadian Entrepreneur Says Wharton is Worth the Commute
Celebrating International Women’s Day
Andrew Brown, WG’15, says Wharton was worth the investment. “The program has paid for itself in terms of salary growth and overall knowledge, but also—most importantly—from the people I met. The friendships and network are truly priceless.”
How Wharton Helped this Engineer Transition to the Business Side of the Defense Industry
Kristin Kearney, WG’20, Yinan Yu, WG’20, and Min Haeberle, WG’20, say the keys to juggling school, work, and a newborn are planning, prioritization, and communication.
Having a Baby in Business School
Students focused on balance during Wharton Well-Being Week by learning tools and techniques to focus on their mental, physical, and spiritual health.
Wharton Undergrads Take Time to Focus on Wellness
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