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.
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.”
Adam Wolford (2Y 2021) shares the experience that first made him ask, “Do I think of myself as gay at work?” and the “tough conversations” he now has with his supportive peers in Pride@Kellogg.
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.”
Traci O’Hara (2Y 2020), BMA co-president, takes a look at her academic journey and the different ways the Kellogg Black Management Association has helped her to thrive from her first day on campus.
To kick off our annual Black History Month series, Dabney Jean (MMM 2020) shares how the Black Management Association provided her with so much more than a community on campus and what led her to run for co-president.
A historic park that encompasses Miami’s first beach for people of color had seen better days. Enter: The Miami EMBA cohort and their partners from the Miami Learning Experience School, an education nonprofit for children and adults with intellectual challenges. Jinita Thakkar (EMBA 2020) discusses her cohort’s cleanup efforts, and how they align with Kellogg values.
Looking back at Launch Week, Allison McKeever (EMBA 2021) shares the three pieces of advice that gave her confidence in pursuing an executive MBA.
Babatunde Oladosu (2Y 2021) shares how the Social Impact Days event held every August has influenced his perspective and trajectory at Kellogg.
Philip Spencer (2Y 2020) and his JV, Jennifer, wave hello from across the pond, sharing the various steps they went through in finding the right global exchange program and thriving once they arrived.
Bri Teneza (EMBA 2019) — whose career as a military physician and officer has taken her from a medical residency in Honolulu to a supervisory position for detainee healthcare in Iraq — shares her personal leadership journey.