The Huntsman Program in International Studies & Business is Penn’s unique undergraduate four-year jointly administered coordinated dual degree program in language, the liberal arts, and business. The Huntsman Program supports the development of globally-minded scholars who become engaged citizens, creative innovators, and ethical leaders in the public, private, and non-profit sectors in the United States and across the globe.
The Huntsman Program journey is unique for every student. The student and alumni profiles tell their stories and demonstrate how their paths as Huntsman students shaped their experiences at Penn and beyond.
THE HUNTSMAN PROGRAM PREPARES STUDENTS TO BECOME GLOBAL LEADERS IN TODAY’S COMPLEX AND INTERCONNECTED WORLD.
The Battle for Artificial Intelligence Supremacy: Corporations or Countries? Joshita, a Junior in the Huntsman Program targeting Mandarin, is an intern at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. Joshita is passionate about Chinese-American relations and how China’s political and social structure has allowed it to become a global power. She is…Read More Read More
Huntsman Faculty Director, Harbir Singh, Co-Hosts Reoccurring Radio Show on SiriusXM "Mastering Innovation" The Huntsman Program’s Wharton Faculty Director, Harbir Singh, is also a Director of Wharton's Mack Institute for Innovation. Singh, along with colleagues Nicolaj Siggelkow and Saikat Chaudhuri co-host a radio series on SiriusXM 132, "Mastering Innovation".…Read More Read More
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The @perryworldhouse Student Fellows Program is a unique experiential learning opportunity here at Penn. In addition to participating in a weekly seminar, student fellows collaborate in small groups on a year-long policy-based research project. This year, three Huntsman students were selected through a highly competitive process to be a part of this program! Congratulations to Frida (Huntsman ’21), Yina (Huntsman ’22), and Jonathan (Huntsman ’20). We are excited to hear more about your research throughout the year!