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Media & Entertainment Industry Alums Share Creative Solutions to COVID Disruption
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Undergrads Discuss Asian Identity and Biases at Community Forum
Wharton MBA Director of Admissions Blair Mannix debunks 10 of the most common misconceptions about the application and the full-time MBA Program.
10 Myths About Wharton’s MBA Program — Debunked
Wharton Prof. Gad Allon discusses how new platforms like Uber affect the behavior of gig economy workers at the 2019 London Global Wharton Forum.
What Motivates Workers in the Gig Economy?
“What better way to bond than having an adventure together,” said Ryan Morely, WG’21, whose highlight of the trip was summiting Windom Peak with his classmates Eric Peterson, WG’21 and Dan Simon, WG’21.
How a 14,000-Foot Hike Became a Valuable Learning Experience
Prof. Mauro Guillen shared his findings on the effects different governments have on GDP per capita at the 2019 London Wharton Global Forum.
Does It Pay to Have a Monarchy? The Answer Might Surprise You
Wharton Prof. Lori Rosenkopf argues that we’re not benefitting from “shorter network paths” created by social media, and offers two solutions to activate them.
Social Networks Have Made the World Smaller — But Not Simpler
Retailers today are battling for customers who are increasingly picky about their shopping experience. At the 2019 Wharton Women Annual Dinner, the SVP for Walmart Fashion and Wharton alum shared her 3 strategies for successful brand expansion.
Wharton Women Learn How Denise Incandela Transformed Fashion at Walmart
During his keynote for the 2019 WCAI Conference, Chief Data & Analytics Officer A. Charles Thomas mapped out the evolution of analytics as he’s seen it in the last 20 years of his career.
General Motors’ A. Charles Thomas: Lessons Learned from a CDAO’s Journey from the Back Office to the C-Suite
Vibhav Jagwani, W’20, E’20, shares his summer internship experience at a startup and how the M&T curriculum helped him prepare.
What This Undergrad Learned About Mortgage Tech While Interning for a Blockchain Startup
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