Wharton School

Conservatives Sowed Idea of Health Care Mandate, Only to Spurn It Later

February 14, 2012

Mark Pauly of the Wharton School comments on his stance about the idea of health-care mandates.

Article Source: New York Times

Wharton Tries to Define ‘Brilliant Mistakes’

February 15, 2012

Paul Schoemaker of the Wharton School says, “Executives would say, I learn from my mistakes, and I’d say since mistakes are random, why not make a few more?”

Article Source: Wall Street Journal

Making Good Citizenship Fun

February 13, 2012

Kevin Volpp of the Perelman School of Medicine and the Wharton School is cited for helping conduct an experiment to urge the employees at a health-care management company undertake a health risk assessment.

Article Source: New York Times

Dow 15,000? It’s Historically Likely, Expert Says

February 13, 2012

Jeremy Siegel of the Wharton School comments on future stock-market performance.

Article Source: CNBC

It’s the Economy, Honey

February 11, 2012

Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers of the Wharton School are featured as experts on “lovenomics.”

Article Source: New York Times

Top U.S. Grad Students Get Competitive…Over Wine

February 8, 2012

Graduate students of the Wharton School participated in a wine challenge against several teams from America’s top law and graduate business schools.

Article Source: Huffington Post

Something for the Weekend

February 10, 2012

Gerard Cachon of the Wharton School comments on work productivity in relation to climate.

Article Source: Financial Times

Wharton Opens New West Coast Campus

February 9, 2012

Wharton’s new San Francisco campus is highlighted.

Article Source: Bloomberg

Studies: Conservatives Are From Mars, Liberals Are From Venus

February 6, 2012

Philip Tetlock of the Wharton School and the School of Arts and Sciences shares his views on conservatives’ value system.

Article Source: The Atlantic
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Penn's Center for High Impact Philanthropy Partners in 100Kin10 Initiative for Education

PHILADELPHIA — The Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the University of Pennsylvania will be a partner in 100Kin10, a movement to recruit, prepare and support 100,000 science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, teachers during the next decade.

Kate Hovde, senior analyst with the Center, will attend the first 100Kin10 Partner Summit on Tuesday, Feb. 21, in Washington, D.C., where Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will launch the event to bring together the network of partners.