Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century
Engage in the classroom. Apply everywhere.
With the recent reshaping of Wharton’s undergraduate and MBA curricula, we updated what we teach. Now with a set of Teaching Excellence initiatives, we are emphasizing how we teach. Our goal is to ensure that Wharton continues to define best practices in the dissemination of knowledge to our students.
We believe two factors define teaching excellence: vibrant engagement between faculty and students in the classroom and clear application of the knowledge learned to pressing challenges and opportunities beyond the classroom.
Through our focus and commitment to the principle of “engage and apply,” Wharton is creating a transformative educational experience for all of our students.
Prof. Gérard Cachon
Vice Dean of Teaching and Strategic Initiatives
Fred R. Sullivan Professor
Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions
Professor of Marketing
Our Initiatives for Teaching and Learning Excellence
Teaching Excellence Committee
A committee, comprised of faculty from each academic department, will identify, develop, and share best practices in teaching throughout the School.
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- Jennifer Blouin, Accounting Professor
- Gerard Cachon, Fred R. Sullivan Professor| Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions |Professor of Marketing |Vice Dean of Strategic Initiatives
- Drew Carton, Associate Professor of Management
- Vincent Glode, Associate Professor of Finance
- Raghu Iyengar, Miers-Busch | W’1885 Professor | Professor of Marketing | Faculty Director – Wharton Customer Analytics
- Shane T. Jensen, Professor of Statistics
- Judd B. Kessler, Associate Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy
- Ben Keys, Associate Professor of Real Estate
- Ingrid Nembhard, Fishman Family President’s Distinguished Associate Professor | Associate Professor of Health Care Management
- Rebecca Schaumberg, Assistant Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions
- Kevin Werbach, Professor of Legal Studies & Business Ethics