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Women and leadership at Wharton

The latest episodes of the Wharton School’s faculty research podcast, ‘Ripple Effect,’ explore the gendered workplace, women’s leadership, and equality.

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AI takes center stage in Penn’s plan for overhauling its business education programs

The Wharton School has announced a new AI-focused strategy to prepare students in all fields to interact with and use AI, featuring remarks from Eric Bradlow.

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The Washington Post

Why many nonprofit (wink, wink) hospitals are rolling in money

Lawton Burns of the Wharton School says that nonprofit-hospital CEOs use corporate rhetoric to justify engaging in for-profit business while maintaining their not-for-profit status.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

After the Great Valley social media scandal, we must balance free speech with ‘digital citizenship’

Jonathan Zimmerman of the Graduate School of Education writes that school districts must listen to what students have to say in order to craft good policies around online student speech.

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Times of India

Trump presidency could threaten Taiwan’s security, experts warn

Jacques deLisle of Penn Carey Law says that a Donald Trump presidency would bring uncertainty and risks to Taiwan due to Trump’s transactional approach to diplomacy.

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Voice of America

The Inside Story — USA Votes 2024: Republican National Convention

Claire Finkelstein of Penn Carey Law says that the attempted assassination of Donald Trump should be a wakeup call to candidates about discourse that suggests political violence.

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