By Dean Betsy Ziegler Good morning, graduates! Looks like it is going to be a beautiful one. Today is a big/important day and I hope you feel very proud. My Kellogg journey has been shared with many of you, so I am sure you know this day is particularly meaningful to me as well. You are… Continue reading
By Professor Tim Calkins Tomorrow more than 1,000 students will graduate from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. I’ve taught almost half of them. They will soon start at new jobs, branch out in different industries and begin careers in cities around the world. It is an exciting moment, transitioning from one thing to the… Continue reading
Shannon Holly knew she wanted an MBA to advance her professional development, but she didn’t want to commit the time to a two-year program. That’s when she discovered Kellogg’s Full-Time One-Year MBA Program.
Instantly, she was hooked.
The Kellogg School of Management welcomed new students to its One-Year and MMM MBA Programs on Monday, June 22. The students were welcomed with a collection of advice from the Class of 2015. Take a look at some of the graduates’ words of wisdom.
Kellogg celebrated the graduation of the Class of 2015 this past weekend. Prior to the ceremony, Kellogg’s faculty members were asked to offer their advice to the new graduates. Their responses ranged from the ideas of working hard and constantly learning to remembering to smile and focusing on more than just work.
Good morning, graduates!
Today is a big day and you should feel very proud. My Kellogg journey has been shared with many of you, so I am sure you know this day is particularly meaningful to me as well. Your graduation, the convocation events this week and the exit conversations I’ve had with members of this class have inspired a bit of personal reflection.
Over the last 15 + years, I’ve developed five “life mottos” that I wanted to pass along to you to consider as you take the next step in your life journey.
This week, almost one thousand people will graduate from Kellogg with their MBA degrees. They will then embark on careers that will span decades. Last year I posted some financial advice for the graduates, and some people found that useful, so this year I’m sticking with the theme.
Frederick H. Waddell ’79, president and CEO of Northern Trust, will present the keynote address to Kellogg’s 2014 graduating Executive MBA classes during their December convocation ceremony. Waddell was named president and CEO in 2008 after more than 30 years and numerous leadership positions at Northern Trust. In addition to his position at Northern Trust, Waddell serves… Continue reading
“(Kellogg leaders) are compulsive in helping people reach their human potential.” —Dean Sally Blount ’92 Congratulations to the 1,024 members of the Class of 2014 who graduated last Friday, June 20th! Relive convocation.
A letter to Kellogg’s graduating class of 2014 from Dean Ziegler Good morning, graduates! Today is a big day. My Kellogg journey has been shared with many of you, so I am sure you know this day is particularly meaningful to me as well. Your graduation, the convocation events this week, and the exit conversations I’ve had… Continue reading
Dean Sally Blount speaks to our new Kellogg Executive MBA Programgraduates last Saturday at the EMBA Convocation Ceremony. Congrats to the new alumni and to our Ph.D, full-time and part-time students graduating this Friday, June 20! #KSM14
On Monday night the weather was perfect for a wonderful reception at the Harris Theater Patio hosted by the Dean’s office for about 500 Kellogg FT/PT graduates and their guests. Following Kellogg many classmates went to Millennium Park for “An evening with Richard Thompson and his Electric Trio,” part of Downtown Sound: New Music Mondays in Millennium Park.