Nicholas Michael (2Y 2018) recaps Vice President Biden’s visit to the Global Hub and discusses how this prestigious event embodies the Kellogg experience.
Kate Smith ’98, assistant dean of admissions and financial aid and a Kellogg alumna, highlights how Kellogg women support each other throughout their careers.
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.
As Beatriz Buendia (EMBA 2018) nears the end of her EMBA journey in Miami, she shares some of the anxieties that had initially held her back from seeking an MBA and the support system that helped her overcome her doubts.
Per Stephanie Proesel (EMBA 2019): “The next two years of countdowns, challenges, ups and downs, enrichment and engagement will be two of the most memorable years of our professional lives.”
As part of our EMBA Launch Week recap series, Sybil Thomas (EMBA 2019) describes how some of her initial anxieties were assuaged by joining the EMBA 114 family.
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.
by Elsy Ocejo When I started the Executive MBA Program in my early thirties, I had no idea how much and how fast my life was going to change. During my first year of completing the program, I had changed jobs, moved from Knoxville to Chicago, adopted a new citizenship and found out I was pregnant… Continue reading
By Brad Sugar ’17 Aside from its academics, Kellogg is known for its far-reaching and impactful network of alumni around the globe. Ask any applicant or current student, and they’ll likely tell you that Kellogg’s appeal goes way beyond the classroom and degree; getting those three little letters at the end of your name from… Continue reading
Greg Hanifee is the Associate Dean of the Kellogg Executive MBA Global Network. This article originally appeared on the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC)’s Graduate Management News. As education technology continues to make inroads into higher education institutions, business schools are facing a sea change away from the traditional classroom learning model. As my peers and… Continue reading
According to a CNNMoney analysis, women hold 14.2% of the top five leadership positions in S&P 500 companies. And looking lower down the pipeline to women in profit-loss roles — a group commonly gleaned for future CEOs — women also lag behind. In a time when men dominate executive positions, it’s crucial for women to… Continue reading