Dr. Regina Abrami Wins Prestigious Award

Today’s business students need courses that prepare them tackle society’s largest challenges and create a better capitalism. We’re thrilled that Dr. Regina Abrami was recognized as one of 20 recipients of the Ideas Worth Teaching Awards from the Aspen Institute Business & Society Program. The Ideas Worth Teaching Awards were established to celebrate curricula that bring to life…

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Latest Lauder Global Business Insight Report

Check out The Lauder Institute’s latest Global Business Insight Report published by Knowldge@Wharton and written by members of the Class of 2019 on Facing and Embracing Change. Across the world, business leaders, policy makers and ordinary citizens are coming together to effect change and create a better tomorrow. As they look to what worked in…

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2018 Jacobson Venture Awards Winners Announced!

The Joseph H. Lauder Institute of Management and International Studies has established the Jacobson Venture Awards thanks to the generosity of Andrew Jacobson, WG’93, and Marina Kunis Jacobson, G’93, WG’93. This new program seeks to provide Lauder students with the opportunity to focus their energies on their entrepreneurial venture during the summer. The rules and procedures…

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The Lauder Institute visits the First Lady of Guyana

First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger, yesterday, received a courtesy call from 14 students enrolled at the Lauder Institute of the University of Pennsylvania, USA. The Lauder programme combines the Masters of Business Administration Degree of the Wharton School and the Masters of Arts in International Studies from the School of Arts and Sciences at the…

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2017 Jacobson Venture Awards Winners Announced!

The Joseph H. Lauder Institute of Management and International Studies has established the Jacobson Venture Awards thanks to the generosity of Andrew Jacobson, WG’93, and Marina Kunis Jacobson, G’93, WG’93. This new program seeks to provide Lauder students with the opportunity to focus their energies on their entrepreneurial venture during the summer. The rules and procedures…

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Learning a foreign language and preserving endangered ones

From WHYY’s Radio Times. Americans are losing their foreign language fluency.  Fewer of us speak a second language with any proficiency.  This hour we’ll discuss why language requirements in schools have been declining and why learning a different language matters with ROSEMARY FEAL, executive director of the Modern Language Association of America.  Then we’ll talk…

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