On International Women’s Day, Dianna He (2Y 2018) compares American maternity benefits with others and shares her inspiration for founding a business that focuses on maternal health.
Michael Huthwaite (EMBA 2019) shares his experience at the Kellogg Venture Challenge, where his was one of eight companies that were asked to present. He went home the Fan Favorite prize and many lessons learned from the entire process.
Is impostor syndrome such a bad thing? Leah Potkin (E&W 2018) demonstrates how she has leveraged it for motivation.
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.
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.”
By Lauren Davis ’18 Every week at Kellogg there is an impressive schedule of lunch & learns, panels, and events with leaders from all industries and sizes of companies. These events are in addition to the business leaders who are brought in as guest lecturers in courses like New Venture Discovery, as clients for courses… Continue reading
By Jessica Pawlarczyk What does the Kellogg MBA experience look like for women? What type of personal and professional support does Kellogg offer its female students? How does Kellogg prepare women to become successful business leaders? Close to 200 prospective students explored these crucial questions during Women’s Preview Day, an admissions event that gives women… Continue reading
“Jared, are you still alive?” My classmates often ask me this question in this jest because I am the typical Kellogg School student entrepreneur: an entrepreneur that eats, sleeps and breathes his startup, while still juggling the rigors of Kellogg’s academics and extracurriculars. Being an entrepreneur at Kellogg is a challenging journey that many people… Continue reading