Welcome #WhartonGrad: What to Do on Alumni Weekend

Wharton's Jon M. Huntsman Hall welcomes prospective students.

Attention alumni: this weekend, join your friends and classmates at Wharton MBA Reunion Weekend, and remember what makes Wharton the best business school in the world and for the world.

From Friday, May 15 to Saturday, May 16, visiting alumni have the opportunity to cultivate connections through networking events and class gatherings, learn from renowned Wharton faculty and from each other at panel discussions and lectures, and develop new skills that can be applied to your life and career.

For those interested in social impact or impact investing, consider these Lifelong Learning sessions presented by Professor Chris Geczy on both Friday and Saturday:

Broadening the Definition of Investing, with Chris Geczy, Adjunct Professor of Finance

3:00-4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Jon M. Huntsman Hall, Room G65

Dr. Chris Geczy (C‘90), and Dimple Sahni (WG’05) of Anthos Asset Management discuss the topic of impact investing and ways that individuals and organizations can implement and assess impact investing strategies in their own work. In this session, we discuss early findings from Wharton’s impact investing private equity performance research, industry- and sector-specific innovations and investments, and the increased demand for impact investing by Wharton students and alumni.

Lifelong Learning Sessions are open to all returning MBA alumni; seating is first come, first served.

See the rest of the weekend schedule and plan out your trip. Wharton MBA Reunion Weekend coincides with doctoral  and WEMBA graduations on May 16, and undergraduate and MBA commencement on Sunday, May 17!