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Matthew Caulfield, W’16, GW’20, transferred to Wharton in his sophomore year and stayed to pursue a PhD in Ethics and Legal Studies. His involvement in election tech research has made him a spokesperson at national conferences.
PhD Candidate Matthew Caulfield Became an Election Technology Expert — As an Undergrad
Vibhav Jagwani, W’20, E’20, shares his summer internship experience at a startup and how the M&T curriculum helped him prepare.
What This Undergrad Learned About Mortgage Tech While Interning for a Blockchain Startup
Erin Lomboy, W’21, shares takeaways from the Wharton Industry Exploration Program to Los Angeles on how students can make the most of their resources and look beyond traditional career paths.
3 Lessons This Undergrad Learned from Arts and Entertainment Leaders in Los Angeles
Alexandru (Alex) Zanca, W’21, was originally a biochemistry major at Penn. Now, he’s concentrating in statistics at Wharton and pursuing his passion for promoting equity.
Why This Statistics Undergrad Spent Winter Break Volunteering in Washington, D.C.
Joseph Wharton Scholar Maggie Browdy, W’21, shares key takeaways from her visit to LinkedIn at the end of the Wharton Industry Exploration Program to San Francisco.
Lessons Learned from a Fireside Chat with LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner
Adedotun Adejare, W’19, was inspired by his travel experiences at Wharton to pursue a Master’s degree as a Schwarzman Scholar in China.
Adedotun Adejare Prepares to Explore China’s Technology Hub as Schwarzman Scholar
Last semester, four undergraduate Wharton Social Impact Initiative Fellows dove into WIRED, a first-of-its-kind impact investing database.
Social Impact Fellows Examine the Ins and Outs of Impact Investing
Christian Butts, W’18, explains how he balanced his interests inside and outside the classroom with a variety of work experiences and research opportunities at Penn.
Do What You Enjoy: Recent Wharton Graduate Shares What Kept Him Grounded
The great thing about Wharton is that it allows you to explore different interests and activities. By no means do you need to come to college already having your future planned out.
This undergrad is still deciding what she wants to do with her business education – and that’s okay!
Christopher Richardson is interested in marketing, retail, and entertainment and hopes to work with a marketing agency in a position that allows him to combine his analytical and creative halves
How This Undergrad Is Exploring His Diverse Interests
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