Lauren Levine (2Y 2019) shares the elements of the 2018 Kellogg Global Women’s Summit that will stay close to heart as she moves forward in her career after business school.
Entrepreneurs Allison Brown, Cara Maresca and Kristina Moore (2Y 2018) share how they learned to explore ideas, fail quickly, learn from mistakes and incorporate those lessons into their next attempts.
Ted Sholl (2Y 2019) shares his experience as a student representative at the Kellogg Trust in Healthcare Expert Collective and how he got involved in the first place.
In honor of Armed Forces Day, LT Matthew Arnold (E&W 2019) shares how he has leveraged his military skills to succeed in business school and beyond.
Allison Brown, Cara Maresca, and Kristina Moore (2Y 2018) share their entrepreneurial experiences in developing the Cariset brand of backpack, a venture they built at Kellogg.
Nakul Khanna (1Y 2018) shares the process he followed, including the programs and classes he leveraged, to raise tens of thousands of dollars and build his ride-sharing app, Instago, at Kellogg.
Will Longano (2Y 2018) shares the lessons he learned from various guest speakers and workshops during Kellogg Startup Week 2018.
Ifeoluwa Oshoba, MD (2Y 2018), vice president of the Africa Business Club and a native of Lagos, shares the significance of the upcoming Mosaic Week visit of Emir Muhammadu Sanusi II, the ruler of Kano and a former investment banker.
Prentis Robinson III (JD-MBA 2019) reflects on the moment he realized he was accepted to the JD-MBA program at Kellogg and the NU Pritzker School of Law and shares a note of congratulations to those who will be receiving their call in the coming days.
With second-round decisions being released later this week, Alykhan Kaba (1Y 2018) remembers the feeling of getting the call and discusses all the ways Kellogg continues to surprise him.
Nicholas Michael (2Y 2018) recaps Vice President Biden’s visit to the Global Hub and discusses how this prestigious event embodies the Kellogg experience.