The following link to the WGES website will provide several pages which are your windows into Wharton and Penn news, events, Lifelong Learning, and opportunities to be involved with Wharton and the Emeritus Society in so many ways.
On the home page, Carl Shaifer, WG’57, Chair of the WGES Steering Committee welcomes you with a new video that talks about the recent May 11, 2013 reunion of the classes of ‘63 and ‘68.
Our News & Views page features speeches, perspectives, poetry, and memories of our emeriti. Check out the contemporary art collection and museum of this year’s keynote speaker, Carlos de la Cruz, W’62, WG’63.. Please contribute your own content by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You will also see a special Crandall Challenge to create a geezer crusade. There is also an In Memoriam for obituaries of classmates who have passed.
The Events page gives you a synopsis of this past May’s 45th and 50th Class Reunion dinner and events, which included a visit to the famous Barnes Museum. Visit the Barnes yourself through a link on this page. Please mark your calendar for the next major event: November 8, 2013, 6 p.m. WGES Homecoming Dinner during Homecoming Weekend. This year’s dinner will be held at The Water Works, on Boat House Drive in Philadelphia
The Then & Now page is a link to today’s Wharton programs and campuses. You’ll like the San Francisco campus or Wharton’s new Cisco Connected Classroom. Check them out.
Of course, there’s lot more on our Multimedia and Ways to Connect pages. They provide you with several options for getting involved.
And while our website is robust, we want you to have the opportunity to explore other powerful points of connection to Wharton. Therefore, you will find links to Lifelong Learning, Alumni Clubs, Wharton Magazine, Wharton’s Facebook page, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, and YouTube