Work/Life Integration Project
The Wharton Work/Life Integration Project conducts longitudinal research of the evolving lives of Wharton students and alumni and studies best practices for integrating work and the rest of life.
Our research has produced knowledge for action that has been applied in courses at Wharton and in Penn’s Law School, Engineering School, School of Medicine, and universities worldwide.
Our research has produced knowledge for action that has been applied in creating positive sustainable change – for business, families, society, and individual well-being – in public and private sector organizations.
Since the early 1990s our research, education, and impact has been covered widely, both domestically and internationally.
The Wharton Work/Life Integration Project was founded in 1991 to produce knowledge for action on the relationship between work and the rest of life. Many organizations and universities have contributed to this mission.
Practical insights and informed opinions to help people gain a meaningful perspective on integrating work, family, community, and the private self.