Sarah Pinner (MMM 2022) reflects on her Summer Quarter at Kellogg – a hybrid experience full of creativity, experimentation, and empathy.
“I think we’ve all proven we’re resilient, adaptable, up for the challenge and ready to show the rest of our classmates how it’s done.” Alyssa Posklensky (1Y 2021) reflects on the hybrid experience of her Summer Quarter at Kellogg.
“I wanted to focus my Kellogg experience on advancing opportunities for women around the globe, as I believe that unlocking rights and opportunities for women and girls is a surefire way to uplift society as a whole,” says Kathy Hoe (2Y 2021).
“The knowledge and experiences equipped my brain and heart, enabling me to go further in my life.” Mu Ye (1Y 2020) offers his candid thoughts on why Kellogg exceeded his expectations in almost every possible way.
In his newest post, Professor Joel Shapiro states that “ACL isn’t a data modeling class, it’s a business problem-solving class.” Learn how the partnership between companies and Kellogg students in his Analytical Consulting Lab is often a transformative experience for the companies, in more ways than one.
For Joe Walsh (2Y 2020), the Analytical Consulting Lab brought into focus “that in the real-world, data analysis is messy” and that “businesses face real challenges in corralling data and using it in meaningful ways.” Below he shares his experience of the class and the lessons he’ll take with him.
Fiona Li (2Y 2020) is a former journalist who found the best springboard at Kellogg to launch into a career in finance. Kicking off a series from the Greater China Club (GCC), Fiona shares her academic experience as an International student and the courses that impacted her the most.
Joel Shapiro, a clinical associate professor of data analytics at Kellogg, discusses the relaunch of Kellogg’s Analytical Consulting Lab, where Kellogg students and companies partner to work on “real projects in real-time with real data,” and the longterm benefits from this partnership.
A JV from Brazil, Maria Quadra spent her time in Evanston completing a post-graduate psychology certificate at Northwestern and auditing Kellogg classes. She shares her Kellogg experience and the key lessons she learned, which often went beyond the coursework.
Shifali Gupta (2Y 2020) visited South Africa not once, but twice last year. She shares her reflection on the diversity of experiences students can achieve through their Kellogg journey.
Marcus Schneider (2Y 2020, Zell Fellow) shares the story of his partnership with Professor Paul Earle to launch again&again, a circular fashion brand “on a mission to provide more comfortable jeans designed to never be thrown out, but instead, upcycled into a new jean and worn again and again (and again and again).”
When flights were canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Matthew Temple ’93, senior director of alumni career and professional development, and his GIM class pivoted to virtually connect with prominent Kellogg alumni to gain a better understanding of the business and market dynamics of Cambodia and Vietnam.