Greetings from the Peru and Updates from our Spanish Program

Greetings from Peru, where the only thing tastier than the ceviche is the pisco! The Lauder Spanish track has been loving life in Lima, learning about the country’s culture, economy, and sociopolitical landscape. After taking language and culture classes every morning at the Universidad del Pacífico in the Miraflores neighborhoodRead More

Connecting With Alumni: The Global Program Heads to South Carolina

From its early days as Britain’s most prosperous American colony, South Carolina’s history has been marked by diversity – in the form of the many nationalities, religions, and professions that established a flourishing community here, particularly in the ‘low country’ center of Charleston – and adversity, given the dark history of slavery, war,Read More

2014 Lauder Africa Report

Every year many students join the Lauder Institute, across our ten academic programs, with an interest in Africa. From students who aspire to work in the region to those who just want to learn more about this rapidly changing economic frontier, the Lauder Institute offers programs and activities to helpRead More

Student Post – A visit from Caja Rural Los Andes

This October the Lauder Institute had the pleasure of receiving a distinguished alumna and member of Wharton’s Latin American Board, Rosanna Ramos-Velita (Lauder/Wharton ’92). Currently the Chairman of the Board of Caja Rural Los Andes, a microfinance bank serving rural entrepreneurs in the Andean regions of Peru, Rosanna spoke to Lauder studentsRead More