In observance of Black History Month, Mayowa Oyebadejo (2Y 2019) shares his views on the bonds and shared experiences of black Americans in business and society.
Former military pilot Andrew Coe (2Y 2020) discusses life after active duty and how Kellogg’s culture of teamwork and community were so crucial to his decision to earn an MBA.
Rachele Louis (2Y 2019) reflects on her summer internship with Enterprise Community Partners, working on projects at the intersection of equitable housing and transportation.
Ashton Clark (E&W 2018) shares how he became part of the change to increase diversity in the Evening & Weekend MBA Program.
Lalu Beré (2Y 2019) shares her experience in the Global Initiatives in Management course on China, including her class’s visit to the country during spring break.
Alison Bullock (EMBA 2018) celebrates the camaraderie and support she experienced during her EMBA program by emphasizing “we” over “I.”
Ashton Clark (E&W 2018) discusses the actions he took to strengthen his second Kellogg application and the rewarding lessons that followed.
Recent graduate Ashton Clark (E&W 2018) shares the first of two posts that demonstrate the perseverance he mustered to apply to Kellogg twice, along with the many reasons why his effort was so rewarding.
Janice Hu (2Y 2019) discusses how she became involved with Smart Cities, and how the conference is aiming to bridge the gap between technology and social impact in urban areas.
Elspeth Moffat (EMBA 2018) looks back on her two years at Kellogg and shares surprising things she learned about herself while getting her degree.
Nearing graduation, Kristina Moore (2Y 2018) shares a look inside her backpack and how its contents help her reflect on two years as a Kellogg student.