November 2023 • Edition 26
MBA students thank donors like you, a doctoral student pushes the limits of social science at Wharton Analytics, and the Wharton Impact Tour welcomes Jeremy Siegel and T-Mobile’s CEO.
Thank You for Championing Tomorrow’s Business Leaders
From Philadelphia to San Francisco — and even Patagonia — Wharton students are learning and exploring thanks to supporters like you. Donors to The Wharton Fund, which powers everything that Wharton does and will do, expand Wharton’s catalogue of opportunities and its reach, by backing innovative programming, as well as financial aid. In honor of Thank A Donor Day, Wharton students are showing their gratitude by reflecting on how you have changed their lives.
Mapping Human Behavior with Analytics at Wharton
The concept of the “nudge” — a low-cost intervention to change human behavior — is now ubiquitous in academic papers and bestselling books. But how can you compare one nudge to another?
For Linnea Gandhi, GRW’25, the answer is to make a map: Her doctoral project, Nudge Cartography, leverages the resources of Wharton Analytics to allow apples-to-apples comparisons of papers on nudges, making research on human behavior more accessible than ever before.
Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel and T-Mobile’s Mike Sievert Will See You on Tour
The Wharton Impact Tour brings together alumni, faculty, and business luminaries to spark conversations conversations about topics at the forefront of business. Along with Dean Erika James, join Mike Sievert, W’91, President and CEO of T-Mobile, in Seattle, and Professor Jeremy Siegel in New York.