Campus spaces do more than just house classrooms and study lounges. They invite students and scholars to create, explore, collaborate, relax, refresh, and imagine. By investing in new buildings and critical upgrades, Wharton attracts and energizes the best minds, improving research and learning outcomes that make an impact far beyond campus.

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More Than Ever is a campaign for the people, the research, the partnerships, the curriculum, and the spaces to do what we do best: revolutionize business thinking and generate results.
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Forward-Thinking, and Forward-Looking

Sam Lundquist, Vice Dean, Wharton External Affairs

Campaign Perspective: Vice Dean Sam Lundquist on the Meaning of More Than Ever

How One Wharton Alumna Supports the Future by Honoring the Past

Carol Curley, WG’81, creates a lasting family legacy while supporting space for student innovation.

A Wharton Program that Engages High School Students from Around the World

Wharton pilots the Wharton Global Youth Program, which introduces high school students around the world to the world of business.

A New Building and New Ideas Come to Life

A view into Tangen Hall, currently under construction at 40th and Sansom Streets in Philadelphia, hints at the innovative and in some cases life-changing...

One Year Down, One Year To Go

The nuts and bolts behind Wharton's new academic building in the heart of Penn's campus.

Top 5 More Than Ever Highlights

Groundbreaking moments in the campaign's first year after public launch

Design for New Tangen Hall Offers Game-Changing Student Entrepreneurship Space

The new building was made possible by a $25 million gift through the AKO Foundation by the recommendation of Wharton alumnus Nicolai Tangen and...

Wharton School Receives $25 Million Gift from Nicolai Tangen and AKO Foundation to Establish Transformative New Tangen Hall and International Student Scholarship Fund

Commemorating the Lauder Institute’s Building Expansion and Renovation

Ronald S. Lauder and Leonard A. Lauder Dedicate the Home of the Lauder Institute

The remodeled building is now entirely dedicated to the Lauder Institute, which was founded by Wharton alumni Ronald Lauder and Leonard Lauder.

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