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Get to Know Five Members of the MBA Class of 2022
4 Questions with Vice Dean Howie Kaufold
The 24-hour competition pushed students of all backgrounds to practice teamwork, experimentation, and forward thinking as they brainstormed brand solutions for Ralph Lauren.
Creating Space for Creativity: Wharton’s IDEATHON 2020
After his own experience starting a business, Sieva Kozinsky, WG’20, established The MBA Fund to help connect MBA student entrepreneurs from top business schools with investors.
The MBA Fund Is Supporting Student Startups Across Top Business Schools
The Shark Tank star spoke candidly with students competing at Wharton’s first 24-hour IDEATHON 2020.
Daymond John on Focus, Fashion, and Finding the Right Mentor
Jess Stokes, WG’21, and Wei Wei, a student in the Graduate School of Education, worked on a WISE Fellowship project with the Philadelphia Zoo to grow their student science program — and expand their impact.
Saving the Planet Through Education With the Philadelphia Zoo
Federico Mele, WG’20, received the Jacobs Impact Entrepreneur Prize last year. He reflects on how the opportunity allowed him to scale his organization and build a powerful network all over the world.
The Global Network That’s Helping Me Scale My Nonprofit
Learn about student programming, events, and other ways to get involved with the Wharton Social Impact Initiative for the Spring 2020 semester.
7 Ways for Students to Get Involved With Social Impact This Semester
Without support, it can be scary to take risks in your life and career. For Kiersa Sanders, finding a community at Wharton made all the difference.
Kiersa Sanders: Beating the Odds and Finding Community
“If you are a smart individual who can detect patterns and opportunities, you don’t need to come from a pedigree to found a startup,” Wharton alum and Steignet founder, A.J. Steigman said.
How a Chess Champion and Wharton Grad Excels at Entrepreneurship
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