Wharton School

Cooking up something special

The Food Innovation Lab at Tangen Hall provides a space for student entrepreneurs with an appetite for experimentation and creativity.

Carter Johns

The economic tradeoff: Career or family?

Research by Wharton’s Corinne Low examines the economic compromises women face in balancing career and family timing, and the need for more gender-equitable policies.

From Knowledge at Wharton

How do customers feel about algorithms?

Many managers worry that algorithms alienate customers. New research from Wharton’s Stefano Puntoni looks at how the attitudes of customers are influenced by algorithmic versus human decision-making.

From Knowledge at Wharton

In the News

Philadelphia Inquirer

Wharton sophomore climbs world’s tallest volcano on a bike

Wharton School second-year Ryan Torres from Barcelona biked up the world’s tallest volcano in the Andes mountains during Winter Break, breaking the world record for highest altitude reached on a bike.


NBC News

Americans are tipping more often, even if they don’t want to

The Wharton School’s Americus Reed says that disruptive moments like the economic changes of the past few years can reset habits.


Inside Higher Ed

Designing assignments in the ChatGPT era

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School is incorporating AI into his classes in response to increased student use of ChatGPT.



Historic moment: Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes serve as inspiration to Black youth

Kenneth Shropshire of the Wharton School says that there was a time when Black athletes were considered to lack the skills and critical thinking needed for a leadership role.


American Banker

How bank executives can avoid scandals

The Wharton School's Philip Nichols says that, to avoid allowing wrongdoing to happen in the workplace, banks have to embed principles of ethics into their procedures.