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“The pace of technological advances is very likely to result in a new era in investment management. The future of finance will be more quantitative than ever.”
Why I Chose to Major in Quantitative Finance
Without support, it can be scary to take risks in your life and career. For Kiersa Sanders, finding a community at Wharton made all the difference.
Kiersa Sanders: Beating the Odds and Finding Community
Greg Wallingford, WG’19, was practicing emergency medicine while studying full-time at Wharton, when MGMT 610 inspired him to create a leadership curriculum for physicians.
How a Wharton Class Inspired This ER Doctor to Equip Physicians with Leadership Skills
Samantha Klug, WG’19, is leading Wharton’s sustainability community in more than one way, and it started with upgrading the BEES major.
From Sustainability to BEES: How This MBA Student Updated and Expanded Her Major
CEO of the wildly popular indoor cycling studio SoulCycle came to campus to talk specialty retail with Wharton undergrads and MBAs.
SoulCycle CEO Melanie Whelan Shares 5 Tips for Success in Specialty Retail with Wharton Marketing Class
Helping to build Uber’s Middle Eastern office from the ground up gave Carl Madi, WG’17, a firsthand look at how a successful startup takes off. Wharton’s MBA Program allowed him to understand the business decisions behind it.
How Business School Allowed This MBA to See His Startup Experience Through a New Lens
“One of the big things is just recognizing when it’s an ethical issue, not just a business issue. I want to give (my students) the ability to recognize the ethical issues and have a framework for analyzing them.”
From Tom Brady to Philly’s Soda Tax: Prof. Diana Robertson Brings Real-World Business Ethics into the Classroom
“Even when you finish a degree, learning doesn’t stop. If you’re involved in the policy sphere or finance, you need to learn quickly and absorb a lot of information and synthesize things.”
How This MBA Student’s Passion for Policy, Finance, and Football Are All Related