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Sabrina Chann, W’23, C’23, and Julie Xu, WG’22, discuss what they learned about sustainability after interning at rePurpose Global.
Sustainability and Impact: Wharton Students Reflect on an Environmental Startup Internship
Maya Burns, WG’20, and May Li, WG’21, share their experiences connecting students to organizations in need and helping local businesses since COVID-19 closed their doors.
How 1,200 MBA Students Helped Small Businesses Survive the Pandemic
Matt Christensen, WG’97, global head of sustainable and impact investing at Allianz Global Investors, offers students advice on topics ranging from impact metrics to intentionality.
Constructing an Impact Portfolio? Consider These Questions
Celebrating International Women’s Day: 2021
The 2021 New Venture Competition spotlighted a range of innovative student startups like Hairtelligence, co-founded by Isoken Igbinedion, WG’21.
Revolutionizing Hair Customization for Black Women
Ahmad Thomas, WG’18, CEO of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, recently announced the 25×25 Pledge.
How this Alumnus is Changing the Face of Leadership in Silicon Valley
“One of the things I love most about entertainment is when there’s a problem, you can figure it out, make something, or get around it.”
Media & Entertainment Industry Alums Share Creative Solutions to COVID Disruption
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
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
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