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Sustainable Orthopaedic Care in Tanzania

Sustainable Orthopaedic Care in Tanzania

A team of Wharton first-years from MBA student group Wharton Global Health Volunteers traveled to Tanzania over winter break. Team members included Matthew Gorski, Christy Hong, Lisa Kapp, Michele Rudolph, Erica Swanson, and Eric Walter. We worked on the business plan for a proposed Orthopaedic Centre of Excellence at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) in

From Fonty to Philly

I see the INSEAD – Wharton Alliance as a valuable way of joining strong resources, experiences and networking, allowing MBA students to benefit from a global perspective based on references for business education. Having started my MBA program at either school I knew beforehand I wanted to pursue this opportunity. After spending a quarter in

Congrats On A Great First Quarter

Q1 is a wrap! On behalf of the Office of Student Life (Alex, Eric, Kristen, Larry, Maryellen, Rolanda, and our newest team member – Meghan Gatti!), congratulations to the Class of 2019 for completing the first leg of your Wharton journey!   What a quarter this has been. The Class of 2018 hit the ground

Are Wharton Students Wasteful?

Wharton Student Sustainability Advisory Board uncovers the truth           In 2016, Wharton brought in Niche Recycling to conduct a waste audit on Wharton, including Huntsman, Steinberg-Dietrich, and Joe’s Café, as they have done in years past. The school wanted to have a better understanding of waste in order to improve recycling programs and waste


This is the first definition of “home” in Oxford dictionary: “the place where one lives permanently, especially as a member of a family or household”. Although, there were about 20-30 definitions with Home in different forms, as a verb, as an adjective, even as an adverb! So, if someone were to ask me where my