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Ernesto Cordero

The Reinsberg Lecture
Ernesto Cordero, Mexican Senator and former Secretary of Finance, speaks about Mexico's economic outlook in the face of uncertainty (more)

Dawn Hines

The Business of Development
Dawn Hines, Managing Partner of Aventura Investment Partners and CEO of Hines Industry, spoke to students about solutions for rural poverty in Africa (more)

Dr. Amy Gutmann

Highlights from the 2013 Global Alumni Forum in Tokyo
Dr. Amy Gutmann, President of the University of Pennyslvania, underscores the importance of an interdisciplinary education, highlighting the Huntsman Program (full video)

Julio Arias

Huntsman Senior Crosses Continents to Bridge Cultures (more)

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Lecture with Former Panamanian President
Dr. Ardito Barletta speaks about Panama and the importance of its international banking center for Latin America

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Huntsman Inaugural Reinsberg Lecture
Robert B. Zoellick, President of the World Bank Group, speaks about "The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Developing Countries"

 

 

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Alumni Day

Class of 2009 5th Year Reunion

Class of 2004 10th Year Reunion

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Huntsman Graduation Ceremony

 

Jon Huntsman

Jon M. Huntsman

The Huntsman Program bears the name of Jon M. Huntsman, who, along with his wife Karen, endowed the Program in 1994. Mr. Huntsman is a prominent businessman and philanthropist, who graduated from the Wharton School in 1959. More…

Gabriel Mandujano

Class: 2005

Marshall Scholar & Executive Director, the Enterprise Center CDC

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During one of my first classes at Penn, my professor told me that college education shouldn't be about shrinking the world so it fits into your mind; it should be about expanding your mind so that it could fit the world. I really think the Huntsman Program helped me do that.

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