What is the impact of Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan?
A Graduate School of Education expert and faculty director of the Penn Wharton Budget Model’s take a look at the budgetary costs and distributional impact of the U.S. President’s initiative.
Five things to know about COVID-19 protocols for the fall semester
In an effort to keep everyone within the Penn community healthy, Benoit Dubé, Penn’s chief wellness officer, says it is critical that University students, staff, and faculty adhere to the recommended public health guidelines.
Inflation hits back-to-school shopping
Barbara Kahn, a professor of marketing at the Wharton School, says high inflation makes back-to-school spending harder for families.
The importance of protecting privacy in a post-Roe world
Annenberg School for Communication professor Jessa Lingel says the Roe v. Wade reversal sends ripples through the privacy world.
How to improve accessibility and digital inclusion
Tonya Bennett discusses a recent accessibility awareness panel discussion where higher education leaders focused on physical and digital access and inclusion for the more than one billion people worldwide with disabilities and impairments.
Be in the Know returns for wellness in 2022-2023
Penn’s faculty and staff wellness campaign begins a new year and is bringing back on-campus biometric screenings this fall.
Wharton students go international
Undergraduate students participated in a 10-day Wharton International Program to visit business and cultural sites in England and Ireland.
How to avoid ‘rainbow washing’ during Pride Month
Cait Lamberton, a professor at the Wharton School, gives four takeaways on the right way for brands to approach Pride Month.
Penn Supplier Diversity Forum & Expo returns for an in-person event
This year’s event featured dozens of local and diverse suppliers and showcased the economic impact of Penn’s buying power.