As the calendar turned to 2016, Poets & Quants took a look back at what the the website considered “The most innovative business school ideas of 2015.” The first item on the list: Kellogg’s growth and scaling curriculum.
Kellogg faculty members Craig Garthwaite and Lauren Rivera were recently recognized on “The World’s Best 40 Under 40 Business School Professors” list by Poets & Quants. Garthwaite is an assistant professor of strategy at Kellogg, while Rivera is an associate professor of management and operations.
To make it on the list, Poets & Quants writes that the professors need to possess an excellence in research, combined with world-class teaching prowess.
Poets & Quants recently examined the rising popularity of double-degree programs offered at business schools across the country, including Kellogg’s MMM program. The MMM Program gives students a rigorous business education and a solid foundation in design innovation. When students graduate from the two-year program, they receive an MBA from Kellogg and an MS in Design Innovation from the Segal Design Institute at Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science.