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Learn about student programming, events, and other ways to get involved with the Wharton Social Impact Initiative for the spring 2019 semester.
6 Ways to Get Involved With Social Impact This Semester
The award-winning WRDS platform continues to expand its offerings, deepening researcher engagement and expanding resources for students and instructors around the world.
Wharton Research Data Services Makes Big Data Digestible
Some of the brightest minds in business — and business school — shared these words of wisdom, and they’re not just for new grads.
The Most Inspiring Quotes from Wharton’s 2018 Graduation Speeches
Top Spots for Wharton Grads to Take Graduation Photos on Penn’s Campus
During his “walk-and-talk” office hours, Prof. Kartik Hosanagar connects with students outside the classroom in a unique way. The influential researcher and entrepreneur trades insights and conversations with students on his daily walking commute.
How This Professor Goes the Extra Mile to Build Connections Inside and Outside the Classroom
I get the ultimate chance to teach future business leaders about the need for sound economic policies, to actually tackle some of these environmental problems, and also explain that there are lots of opportunities to remedy them.
Prof. Arthur van Benthem Examines Energy and Environmental Markets Through an Economist’s Lens
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