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From donations to delivery services for at-risk populations, the Wharton community is joining in the fight against the pandemic.
How Wharton Students Are Supporting COVID-19 Relief Efforts
After an illness cut her promising soccer career short, Stephanie McCaffrey talks about starting over and finding herself again in the process.
Stephanie McCaffrey: Finding Herself Again After Soccer
Integrating business knowledge with a liberal arts mindset is helping Dan Ping He, WG’19, towards her goal of enhancing community development through real estate.
This Real Estate MBA Wants to Create Better Affordable Housing
“As the flight attendant announced we were approaching Ulaanbaatar, I wondered what I had gotten myself into.”
How a Health Care MBA Student Ended up in Mongolia for a Week
Learn about student programming with the Wharton Social Impact Initiative, with opportunities in impact investing, consulting, social entrepreneurship, research, community building, and more.
Welcome Back to Campus: 6 Social Impact Programs for Students
Alumna social entrepreneur Gayle Jennings-O’Byrne is changing the market for women entrepreneurs of color.
How This Alumna Is Driving $1 Billion to Women of Color Tech Entrepreneurs
Justin Tuck, WG’18, entreated students to participate in the Wharton-founded One for the World movement by pledging 1% of their post-MBA salaries to philanthropy.
MBA, Philanthropist, and Former NFL Player Asks MBAs to Pledge ‘One for the World’
WSII Fellow, Jonathan Wood, shares four lessons for urban planners based on his research with Wharton Statistics professors.
How to Use Big Data to Make Cities Safer
When George Dutile, WG’17, wanted to transition from the military, he and his wife worried about taking a risk on an MBA. They went “all in” at Wharton, and the whole family benefited.
Why This Vet Brought His Family to Wharton and Why It Was the Best Thing He Ever Did
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