Education, Business, & Law

Who, What, Why: Literacy advocate Meresa García

The Penn Graduate School of Education student, who earned her bachelor’s from the College of Arts and Sciences in the Spring, talks about her work with the Penn Libraries Community Engagement team and her aspirations of becoming a teacher.

Lauren Hertzler

In the News


The B-School advice no one gives you

Samuel Jones and Nicolaj Siggelkow of the Wharton School offer advice for pursuing a business school degree.


Business Insider

Bad news, star employees: You’re not the ones who’ll benefit the most from AI

A study co-authored by Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School found that consultants who ranked below average benefitted the most from using AI technology.



Sweden is the No. 1 country for affordability, safety and overall quality of life

The Wharton School surveyed more than 17,000 people worldwide to rank the best countries in the world based on quality of life.


The New York Times

The stock market hopes for a hit from the year’s biggest initial public offering

David Hsu of the Wharton School says that initial stock offerings are often beacons to try to decipher the overall sentiment of the marketplace.


Business Insider

Arm and Instacart’s splashy IPOs won’t be enough to revive a market in a slump reminiscent of the dot-com bust

David Erickson of the Wharton School says that the current IPO landscape reminds him of the landscape following the dot-com bust.