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“I’m thrilled for (students) to be able to more formally pursue what is a passion for so many with the creation of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion major.” – Corinne Low, Assistant Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy
Wharton Welcomes Two New Majors and Concentrations: DEI and ESGB
Emily Grossarth, C’24, W’24, may be a beach girl but she’s no beach bum. She founded the Penn Surf Club and runs a surf school for young girls in her Jersey hometown.
‘Surf Club Girl’ Is Riding the Waves at Penn
Undergraduate teams across the country were challenged to review the Biden administration’s pledge to clean up coal mine pollution, involving Indigenous land, sustainability, and climate.
Wharton Hosts the 2022 Diversity Case Competition
The annual Women in Data Science conference is only one of the ways in which Wharton is forging a path for women in the industry.
Opening Doors and Closing Gaps for Women in Data Science
An interest in consumer retail led Kaylee Tao, W’22, to opportunities and mentorships on campus and off.
This Wharton Senior Has Learned as Much Outside the Classroom as Within
Sarah Stuecheli, W’22, is the face of Wharton in more ways than one. The senior is a Wharton Ambassador, a Disney character, and a skier on Penn’s Ski and Snowboard Team.
From Gulf Coast to Ice Coast: It’s Looking Up for This Downhill Skier
James Flynn (W’22), Saksham Choudhary (W’23), and Nick Spizzirri (W’24) are part of a history-making men’s squash team at Penn.
Squashing the Competition
Coming from the Arizona desert and far from loved ones and all things familiar, Jake Rodin, W’23, didn’t know what to expect when he arrived at Penn. His Wharton cohort gave him a community, and he‘s paying that forward.
From Cow Penning to Penn: How This Undergraduate Found His Community
While the plan may have changed for Zöe Patterson, W’23, this first-generation, low-income student is staying true to her identity through her campus activities.
Undergrad Says Arrivederci to Direct Paths and Buongiorno to Blazing Her Own
Sophomore Pablo Marin is maintaining his Mexican roots while exploring all of Penn.
An International Student’s Perspective on Wharton and Penn
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