Wharton Stories: Bicoastal

To fulfill her passionate commitment to education, Wharton student Cindy Dexin Liu, WG’18, GSE’18, worked with administrators, faculty, and mentors to become the first graduate of a new MBA/MSEd offered with Penn’s Graduate School of Education.

Three Reasons This MBA Student Helped Pioneer a New Dual-Degree Program in Education Entrepreneurship

“It’s exciting to teach EMBA students because they immediately try to apply the tools I teach them when they go back to work.”

Prof. Nicolaj Siggelkow Emphasizes Practical Application of Classroom Knowledge

From Moneyball to people analytics, Wharton Prof. Cade Massey focuses on how evidence-based decision making can help people and organizations thrive.

People Analytics Prof. Cade Massey Teaches Power and Negotiation Strategies in His Influence Elective

Alumni Entrepreneurs Share How They Grew Their Companies at Wharton

As we begin a new year, we recall some of the most outstanding achievements, memorable people, and trailblazing initiatives that left an impact on the Wharton community in 2017.

2017: The Wharton Year in Review

After completing his first term in Wharton’s EMBA program, Robert Chen WG’19, shares his tips for balancing work, family, and classes.

A Survival Guide for Your First Term in Wharton’s EMBA Program

We develop and tailor programming that strives to address the diverse needs of our student population, at all levels.

Tips for Taking Advantage of Executive Career Coaching Resources

Julia Edwards, WG’17, applied to Wharton in San Francisco, then moved from California to Boston, then back again. Wharton EMBA was there along the way, from her classes and teammates in Philadelphia to the alumni network on the West Coast.

How This Pharma Exec Moved from West Coast to East and Back, Graduating From Wharton on the Way

“Each campus has a lot to offer – and being exposed to both environments is yet another reason to take advantage of this amazing bicoastal EMBA program.”

How a Chicago Student Uses Both Campuses of Wharton’s Bicoastal EMBA Program

“I’m hoping that the tradition of doing things together across coasts is not just going to expand their network, but make the program stronger.”

East Meets West: Students from Both Coasts to Connect in San Francisco