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“I thought it would be a summer internship with a project, but then I realized this is big. We’re making a difference…you’re never too young to make an impact.” — Nancy Li, W’27.
Stevens Center Unveils App Made For Teens, By Teens
“When there are diverse communities that come together—working towards a common goal—that is when you find the best solutions.” – Erika H. James, Dean of the Wharton School
Wharton’s Tenure Project Carves Paths to Equity
“Our program seeks to help students fully tap into their potential and to ensure that we continue to develop bold thinkers who will be prepared for the challenges of new sources and new statistical problems.” – Dylan Small, the Universal Furniture Professor and Chair of Statistics and Data Science
Uniting Great Minds, Wharton’s Stat Bridge MA Program Takes Flight
“We’re really excited to have you all here on campus. You are Wharton students, too, and this is your community.” – Eli Lesser, Director of The Wharton Global Youth Program and Wharton’s Senior Executive Director, Innovation & Global Initiatives.
Dream Big for Big Impact: The Wharton Global Youth Embedded Pre-baccalaureate Program
“Penn is a shockingly supportive place for an adventure like this. The plethora of resources for the whole community is staggering. If they can’t get something directly, the second-degree connections will take care of it. It surprised me in the best way possible.” – Ryan Torres W’25
Undergraduate to Cycle World’s Highest Volcano to Raise Funds for Cycling Access
“Natives at Penn is a very genuine and welcoming community. It is a small, tight knit group; and there, I felt comfortable enough to be vulnerable.” – Lauren McDonald
Two Native American Undergraduates Thrive at Wharton and in Business Education
The 1Gen Club was founded by two friends who wanted to grow community, allyship, advocacy, and mentorship opportunities for first-gen, limited-income students at Wharton.
Building a Community for First-Generation, Low-Income Students
M&T grad Adya Aggarwal, W’22, EAS’22, shares impactful courses and opportunities from her time at Penn.
Innovative Classes Helped This Recent Wharton Grad Get the Most Out of Penn
Faculty across Wharton discuss greenwashing, Arctic ice caps, and more during Penn Climate Week.
Wharton Climate Prof Tackles Greenwashing and More
Senior Grace Hao has taken full advantage of exploring Philly and Penn’s campus and encourages others to do the same.
En Garde! Penn’s Fencing Captain Shares Her Favorite Things About Wharton and Philly
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