Now more than ever, the Fox School of Business is a global brand.
We recently implemented a new branding platform, the Power of Fox, to better showcase our strengths as one of the world’s leading business schools.
What do you think of when you see or hear the name Fox School of Business?
Influential research might come to mind. Our 175 full-time faculty members come from some of the best universities in the country and the world. In just the past four years, we have hired 74 new faculty members, including top-quality teaching faculty and internationally recognized researchers who continue to build the reputation of our school and the university.
Or you may think of experiential learning opportunities, such as our renowned Enterprise Management Consulting (EMC) Practice for MBA students. Perhaps you would cite our stellar Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) or the many successful Student Professional Organizations.
Fox’s power is illustrated through entrepreneurial thinking, a global network and constant curriculum innovation. All of this – as well as technology, diversity, world-class research faculty and much more – is inside Greater Philadelphia’s largest business school, which is part of one of the world’s largest universities.
The Fox School’s reputation – its power – is sustained by our students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends and industry partners. You are the voices and faces of the Power of Fox.
Because, most of all, the Power of Fox is you.
M. Moshe Porat, PhD, CPCU Dean Laura H. Carnell Professor Fox School of Business
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