Stephanie Etzig (2Y 2018) provides an inside look at the first session of the third annual seminar, which will continue throughout the year.
Maryann Pellot (EMBA 2015) and Karlo Young (EMBA 2015) share their story and some sage advice for current and prospective Kellogg EMBA students.
Libby Weiss (EMBA 2017) provides an insider’s view of the event, which celebrated 20 years of the Kellogg-Recanati International Executive MBA program in Evanston and Tel Aviv.
Jack Bugas (MMM 2019) recaps Professor Palamountain’s visit to the Net Impact Club and summarizes the research that has solidified her team as a finalist for a $100 million grant from the MacArthur Foundation.
Sarah Chiapetta (2Y 2018), a student co-chair of the Kellogg on Growth conference, recaps the messages shared from our faculty and guest speakers.
Alex Duffy (E&W 2018) shares: “As I complete my time in the navy at the end of this month and join the private sector ranks next year, it will be because of my experience at Kellogg that this salty old sailor has the skills to make an impact.”
Jeff Tillett (E&W 2017) writes: “How do you quantify grit and mental toughness? How do you quantify discipline and leadership? Kellogg, being the world-class thought leader that it is, delves deeply into those kinds of questions.”
John Keough (2Y 2018), co-chair of Kellogg on Growth, shares some of the highlights his fellow Kellogg students can look forward to on November 8.
Hamed Alam (2Y 2018) and 19 of his Kellogg classmates traveled to Omaha to meet Warren Buffett. He shares five of the most valuable lessons he learned from the Oracle himself.
Next week, 20 students from the Asset Management Practicum and the Kellogg Center for Family Enterprises will travel to Omaha to meet Warren Buffett. Hamed Alam (2Y 2018) anticipates the questions he will ask the Oracle.
To help demystify how our admissions team evaluates your Kellogg application, we’ve compiled a helpful “Top Ten” list of things to keep in mind.
By Saumya I was a social entrepreneur in India for three years prior to attending the Kellogg School of Management. After graduating from Kellogg’s Two-Year MBA Program, I am moving back to India to continue my journey as a social entrepreneur. My friends and family are often baffled to hear this short summary of my… Continue reading