Jack Bugas (MMM 2019) recaps Professor Palamountain’s visit to the Net Impact Club and summarizes the research that has solidified her team as a finalist for a $100 million grant from the MacArthur Foundation.
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.”
John Keough (2Y 2018), co-chair of Kellogg on Growth, shares some of the highlights his fellow Kellogg students can look forward to on November 8.
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
Faculty and students engage in a discussion on the economic history and policy that led to Brexit, and its expected global impact. By Charity Hemphill-Frierson ’17 and Luke Murphy ‘17 — Last fall, over 50 Kellogg students attended an insightful analysis of the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union and the significant impact that… Continue reading
Part 2 of a two-part series exploring student contributions to the 2016 Kellogg on Growth forum. Max Meyers ’17 shares his experience as student lead for the “Scaling Operations: Tools and Tactics” panel.
Part 1 of a two-part series exploring student contributions to the 2016 Kellogg on Growth forum. Tiffany Smith ’17 shares her experience as student lead for the “Pockets of Potential: Investing for Change” panel.
Kellogg is thrilled to announce that five students have been named 2017 Siebel Scholars. Jonathan Goldstein, Bo Gustafsson, Jackie Laine, Iris Tian and Austin Vanaria will each receive a $35,000 award for their final year of graduate studies. The awards recognize top students from the world’s most prestigious business, computer science, bioengineering and energy science… Continue reading