Brian Malkin (2Y 2019) and a team of MBA students spent the last three quarters piloting Schools Lab, a class that puts business-school lessons to use in educating local principals and positively impacting their K-12 schools.
Kenn So (2Y 2019) introduces the steps he took to build AI@Kellogg from from a small Slack group to a 150-member student club.
In part two of our Application Series, Christine Mayer provides some advice for the section on career goals.
Adam Motley (2Y 2019) — the creator of MOVO, a posture-perfect office chair — shares some of his research on what makes an effective work environment.
Jennifer Spencer (JV 2020) walks through the biggest takeaways that she wants the partners and spouses of MBA students to know about the Kellogg JV program.
In the first post of our Application Series, Christine Mayer, director of admissions, zooms in on the section of the application concerning program of interest.
Alex Eng and Jack Bugas (both MMM 2019) and their team at Slate began their successful startup with one question: Why is there so little information available online for customers who want to get a tattoo?
Wendy Kadon (2Y 2020) shares the story of her colleague’s quest to found a sustainable footwear company, Scoots.
Kate Smith ’98, assistant dean of admissions and financial aid, provides everything you need to know to prepare for the 2020 Kellogg Full-Time MBA application.
Scott Belsky and Lauren Hunter (both 2Y 2019) reflect on the many reasons why Kellogg and the Chicago area have become destinations for studying healthcare and its business, focusing primarily on the 2019 MacEachern Symposium.
Three Kellogg leaders share how lessons learned during the Kellogg on Sustainability: The Business of Climate Change conference will affect their careers.