How Wharton worked to slow the rising tide of early internship recruiting
When Wharton leadership noticed a rising trend in extremely early internship recruiting by investment banks, they took action, working with other universities as well as the firms to figure out a plan that’s best for students.
This startup wants to revolutionize the future of biofabrication
Before the fall of 2012, Orkan Telhan and Karen Hogan didn’t even know each other. Fast forward six years, and the Penn duo has created budding startup Biorealize, with not one—but two—transformative products.
Talking #MeToo, one year after bombshell Weinstein allegations
Four women leaders at Penn discuss the impact of the movement and its future on campus and beyond.
Workplace giving campaign helps those most in need
Penn’s Way is up and running through Nov. 16. The charitable goal for contributions from University and Health System employees is larger than ever: $1.65 million.
Students, Bush talk political differences and bridging divide
Jeb Bush, the 43rd governor of Florida, and Penn’s very own Presidential Professor of Practice, joined students on Wednesday evening in College Hall for a wide-ranging, candid discussion.