Highlighting gender and race is effective when requesting career help
A Wharton research team found that when seeking advice, women and racial/ethnic minorities benefit from explicitly stating their identities.
Wharton partnership offers college credits to underserved high school students
A Wharton School partnership offers hybrid, dual-credit courses to high school students to educate and inspire students in historically underserved communities.
How a more inclusive workplace could stem ‘The Great Resignation’
In a recent report, two Wharton School professors outline some key points organizations can take to effect change and meaningfully prioritize diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.
Virtual workshops offer resilience training to Penn community
Penn’s Division of Human Resources, in collaboration with the Positive Psychology Center, is hosting virtual workshops as a part of a six-part series presenting core resilience during COVID.
A Wharton study on the best ways to boost workout habits
New research from Wharton professors Katy Milkman, Angela Duckworth, and co-authors on how to effectively nudge people to show up at the gym.
Penn-led nonprofit helps students with career advancement
A Wharton senior talks to Penn Today about how a nonprofit virtual platform, HowToStudent, is dedicated to helping students advance in their education and career regardless of their economic background.
Therapy dogs help students relax and relieve stress
The Wharton School’s Undergraduate Division invited students to take a break from studying and enjoy therapy dogs on campus.