NOMsense Bakery and the Nuances of ‘Dessert Maximalism’

In 2014, Wharton and University of Pennsylvania students Roopa Shankar, Alina Wong and Rachel Stewart founded NOMsense Bakery, a Philadelphia-based wholesale bakery specializing in handcrafted cookie sandwiches. This week, NOMsense won the Northeastern Regional Round of the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards, earning $5,000 for their start-up. Read More

Getting Involved in Public Policy at Wharton

Emily Zhen

As a freshman searching for summer internships, I knew I wanted to do something that would allow me to explore a field that I was interested in but did not have much exposure to at Penn.  For me, that internship was in public policy. I have always been interested inRead More

The Power of Diversity: Learning through International Case Competitions

Last week I had the honor of representing Wharton at the McGill Management International Case Competition (MMICC). Known as the world’s friendliest case competition, MMICC is hosted by the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. Each year MMICC invites delegates from top business schools around theRead More