In the shift to going virtual, Michael Miller (MMM 2020) decided early on how important it would be to adopt an intentional mindset. He shares the resources and insights that guided him towards intentionality and building a new routine.
Juan Rocha (EMBA 1995) and John Rocha (EMBA 2020) share how they built their family enterprise, DynaTrap, by leveraging the skills they both gained from Kellogg.
Daybreak’s editor-in-chief, Divya C. Reddy (2Y 2020), shares how she became involved with the popular student-to-student newsletter and discusses how it has adapted to serve its audience during social distancing.
We’re moving to a rolling admissions process for those who can’t make the Round 3 application deadline on April 8. Renee Cherubin ’06, senior director of admissions, provides more details.
Jordan Mann (E&W 2021) shares her journey to Kellogg and advocates for female leaders as President of the Evening & Weekend WBA.
Six Kellogg students came together to create The Pledge and share resources so their classmates feel connected while social-distancing. Read about it in their own words.
Nathan Evans (EMBA 2011 and co-founder of fulfin) shares his experience leading his fintech startup during the COVID-19 crisis, and the three pillars he relies on to be an effective leader.
Tim Calkins, a clinical professor of marketing at Kellogg, shares the real deal about moving courses online. “One of the most heartening parts of this transition,” he writes, “is seeing how people are working together and sharing ideas.”
Marcus Schneider (2Y 2021) shares his approach to applying in Round 3 for Kellogg’s Full-Time MBA Program and gives insight into “why business school?” “why now?” and how Kellogg was his best fit.
Kate Smith ’98, assistant dean of admissions and financial aid, provides coronavirus-related updates to everyone applying to Kellogg this spring.