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During his “walk-and-talk” office hours, Prof. Kartik Hosanagar connects with students outside the classroom in a unique way. The influential researcher and entrepreneur trades insights and conversations with students on his daily walking commute.
How This Professor Goes the Extra Mile to Build Connections Inside and Outside the Classroom
Wharton professors have been recognized as some of LinkedIn’s top authors — in fact, three of the faculty on this list have been recognized as LinkedIn Top Voices.
9 Wharton Faculty to Follow on LinkedIn
The Wharton Innovation Doctoral Symposium will bring together doctoral students from different business-related disciplines and different parts of the world to discuss their developing research constructively.
New Doctoral Symposium to Increase Dialogue on Innovation Research
A PhD schedule takes adjustment, but the strategies that work for doctoral studies carry throughout an academic career.
How to Maximize and Adjust to a PhD Schedule
The research resources available to doctoral students makes a big difference. Here’s what R1, R2, and R3 Carnegie Classifications mean.
The Advantage of Choosing a Research-Intensive University
Doctoral coordinators at Wharton outline a few things students should know about a career in business academia and research.
Is an Academic Career for You?
Take a look at a current student’s schedule and get the insider perspective from doctoral students and coordinators on what to expect from a PhD schedule.
What to Expect from a PhD Schedule
“As an academic, you’re an entrepreneur of ideas. I’m constantly developing new ideas, putting them out there, and seeing how the market reacts. Do I get people interested? Do I affect people’s lives?”
Prof. Nancy Rothbard on the Interactions of Work and Life and Her New Role as Management Chair
Even though it’s phenomenal that some companies are doing so much more than what’s required, I think there’s still a strong need for a very aggressive government influence.
Prof. Arthur van Benthem Talks About the Intersection of Corporate Strategy and Government Energy Policy
Getting a PhD wasn’t part of Tanya’s long-term plan when she started as an undergrad at Wharton. She initially aspired to work as a data scientist or analyst but soon fell in love with data in a whole different way through a research assistantship.
How This Doctoral Student Began Her PhD Journey as a Wharton Undergrad