Here's today's line up:Board Positions Deadline!
Design Challenge Update
Design Challenge Data
As a reminder, please apply for one of our amazing board positions
before this Friday at 11:59pm. Don't miss your chance to be a part of
the fastest growing and most diverse club on campus and to gain
personal and professional growth combined with a great board to
socialize with! Apply Now here. http://whartondesignclub.com/apply/
VP Community (up to 3)
Director Innovation Summit
Independent Study Opportunity
For 1st year Wharton students, we have a unique opportunity: design and
build a new product line for Pressed Juicery
If you are interested, please apply by sending a ~150 word application along with your resume to email@example.com by Wed, October 9 at 11:59pm.
Penn Design Challenge Update
We kept the momentum strong with a fantastic workshop from the Fahrenheit team this past Friday, diving into frameworks for students to effectively analyze the great research they have been developing. Slides from the presentation are below and photos to come!
One of the biggest insights: don't fall for the trap, the belief that you can fast track from research to great solutions. In fact, observations are just the first step in developing insights as a foundation for transformative ideas.
Check out the article on our blog!
There are several great people coming to Penn to offer advice, insight, and ideas for innovation and creativity in business. Check out the events below and mark your calendars!
Ted Schelin - Thursday, October 3rd at 3:00pm in SHDH 350
Ted Schlein, a partner at Kleiner Perkins, one of the leading venture capital firms in the world will be giving a talk this Thursday. Ted, who is the former chairman of the National Venture Capital Association, will be interviewed by a student panel comprised of former entrepreneurs and VCs.
Roni Enav - Friday, October 18 at 12pm in JMHH 245
Mark your calendars! The Wharton Israel Club
Ty Montague, CEO of co:collective, recently wrote "True Story: How to Combine Story and Action to Transform Your Business." As part of the book, he talks about the amazing story of Toms Shoes. We hope to have Ty visit campus this year - check out the article in the meantime!