Yes! Nicolas Krohne (E&W 2018) and several classmates leveraged their distinct backgrounds and areas of expertise in an escape-room scenario to “formulate and design a broader, more comprehensive and holistic plan of action.”
Ever wanted to ask a dean what drew her to a particular school? What about her connection with faculty? Or even whether she’s a cat or dog person? KSA President Seamus Donegan (MMM 2020) sat down with Dean Cornelli in the midst of the Global Hub’s Gies Plaza to find out more about our fearless leader.
Ben Preston (E&W 2021), co-founder of Gearflow, unveils the benefits of having an MBA community at your fingertips when launching a business.
Evening & Weekend students can now qualify for the Accelerated Option if they have taken just 2 of the 4 core courses. Diane Patrick, admissions manager for the Evening & Weekend MBA Program, shares more about how this works.
Anna Moorman (E&W 2020), an active member of the U.S. Coast Guard, shares advice for military members and veterans considering a transition to business leadership.
An announcement from Emily Haydon, senior director of admissions for the Evening & Weekend MBA Program.
In acknowledgement of Hispanic Heritage Month, Mayte Garcia-Salgado (E&W 2021), president of the Hispanic Management Association, discusses the failures of American education systems in honoring contributions from Latinx people.
Emily Haydon, senior director of admissions for the Executive and Evening & Weekend MBA Programs, surveyed interviewers for their top 10 tips on acing the E&W admissions interview.
Santosh Subramaniam (E&W 2020) provides a glimpse into his weekend commute from Florida to Chicago, via planes, “L” trains and automobiles.
Emily Haydon, the senior director of admissions for the Executive and Evening & Weekend MBA Programs, shares some key insights for each section of the E&W application.
Alex Moros (E&W 2019) shares how the Kellogg environment empowered her to become the founding president of the Hispanic Management Association for Evening & Weekend students.