Why anti-racism education belongs in business school
The co-presidents of Wharton’s African-American MBA Association discuss leading the Black at Wharton community’s response to the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests and the impacts the demonstrations have had on them and their communities.
What to know about this year’s Be in the Know campaign
The 2020-21 Be in the Know campaign, an initiative with rewards that promotes well-being among Penn faculty and staff, welcomes Virgin Pulse as its new wellness platform partner.
How Penn first responders are dealing with the coronavirus on the front lines
COVID-19 presents challenges faced by first responders, including PennComm dispatchers and police officers.
Wharton releases new retail study on customer loyalty
A report from Wharton’s Thomas S. Robertson reveals that consumer disappointment with retailers runs deep.
A virtual online platform for campus groups, clubs, and Greek life
In order to help students safely engaging and consider extracurricular opportunities, students and staff have designed new ways for students to connect through virtual events.
Penn Public Safety Review and Outreach Initiative centers on community input
The newly established Initiative seeks input through virtual hearings and public submissions as part of a comprehensive review of public safety at Penn.
Increasing community impact through Penn Medicine CAREs grant program
Outside of hospitals and clinics, Penn Medicine physicians, nurses, staff, and students are serving their neighborhoods through volunteerism.
Wharton economist talks ensuing coronavirus stimulus bill
Richard Prisinzano of the Penn Wharton Budget Model discusses the competing bills being debated in Congress while extended unemployment benefits stand in limbo.