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Top Spots for Wharton Grads to Take Graduation Photos on Penn’s Campus
“When I came to college, I knew that I was incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to study here, and I always felt the responsibility to give back to others.”
Social Impact, Swimming, and Business: How This Wharton Senior Juggles Her Eclectic Passions
Julianne Goodman tells how a Passion Project grant is helping her develop her own ice cream menu — and why Wharton tastes like spicy espresso chocolate.
How This Wharton Undergraduate Is Pursuing Her Passion for Homemade Ice Cream
Second-year doctoral student Esther Uduehi, president of the Wharton Society for the Advancement of Women in Business Academia, talks about life as a PhD student.
Building Community and Connection with Women in Business Academia
When George Dutile, WG’17, wanted to transition from the military, he and his wife worried about taking a risk on an MBA. They went “all in” at Wharton, and the whole family benefited.
Why This Vet Brought His Family to Wharton and Why It Was the Best Thing He Ever Did
I have truly fallen for the City of Brotherly Love, enough so that I will be calling it home after graduation.
How Philadelphia Won Over a Warm-Weather MBA Student
“I’m here for the academics … I’m searching for answers.”
A Social Entrepreneur Creates Value Through Personal Connections and Academics
Balancing school work, career search, social events/club activities, and your personal life takes practice, and it’s really helpful to get guidance from those who have already walked that path.
How I Fell in Love with the Wharton Community
We realized there was no turning back. We had to do this.
How an MBA Graduate Founded a New Club at Wharton and Found a New Home in Philly
“My work experiences really help me pull out examples of concepts that people can connect with, and also allow me to speak about the messiness and complexity of life in organizations, which can’t be ignored when thinking about how to apply textbook strategies to the real world.”
How This Tech Manager Transitioned from Research Consumer to Research Producer in Wharton’s PhD Program
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