Superheroes in Scrubs
The Penn Vet and Wharton alumni remaking veterinary emergency care.
The Penn Athletics Wharton Leadership Academy aims to turn varsity athletes into lifelong masters of team dynamics. Among the obstacles? Snowplow parenting, youth sports, self-reinforcing gender stereotypes, and the culture of leader-worship itself. Oh, and possibly a rattlesnake or a freak mudslide.
The Texas Tax
The Lone Star State fired a shot at banks pursuing ESG policies. Local taxpayers are taking the hit.
Choice and Change
We know what we should do when it comes to leading healthier and happier lives. But too often we default to easier, more pleasurable wants. Behavioral scientist and Wharton professor Katy Milkman is determined to help us change for the better—and for good.
The Future Is Coming—Fast!
In a new book, Wharton professor and “globalization guy” Mauro Guillén breaks down the key factors that will combine to radically transform the world over the next decade (and SARS-CoV-2 is only speeding things up).
All-star Wharton online course focuses on pandemic ramifications.
Analytics at Wharton Launches
$15 million for Analytics at Wharton to coordinate big data initiatives.
Amazing Scientific Finding! (Wanna Bet?)
Taking bets on research replicability pays off.
$25 Million for Entrepreneurship Center
$25 million for entrepreneurship center Tangen Hall.
Beyond Labor: A Missing Piece in the Immigration Debate
Wharton study: immigrants boost investment and entrepreneurship.