Co-Presidents of Kellogg’s Data and Analytics Club, Michael Ng and Patrick Donovan (both 2Y 2021), speak to the value of leveraging data, analytics and AI.
“I wanted to apply my skills and strengths to drive a positive, visible impact and healthcare seemed like the perfect combination for me.” Xinyue Guo (2Y 2020) shares her MBA experience and the resources available to you if you’re considering healthcare at Kellogg.
“Experiential learning gives Kellogg students the chance to shine where it matters — in the use of analytics to make real business decisions.” Professor Joel Shapiro discusses the pertinent applications of the Analytical Consulting Lab.
“Kellogg’s curriculum development is another engine of innovation for the school.” Michael Mazzeo, Kellogg’s senior associate dean of curriculum and teaching, gives insight into curriculum development and new courses at Kellogg.
With Kellogg’s EMBA Program shifting to remote learning, we checked in with current students Abhishek Gautam and Kaitlin Roe (both EMBA 2021) and Professor Craig Wortmann ’95 to get an up-close look at their experience so far.
Kevin Kosiewicz (E&W 2021) landed his dream job at Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises. “My education at Kellogg directly allowed me to understand balancing ownership, management, and family stakeholders while leading the largest change in the company’s history.”
Sarah Pinner (MMM 2022) reflects on her Summer Quarter at Kellogg – a hybrid experience full of creativity, experimentation, and empathy.
“I think we’ve all proven we’re resilient, adaptable, up for the challenge and ready to show the rest of our classmates how it’s done.” Alyssa Posklensky (1Y 2021) reflects on the hybrid experience of her Summer Quarter at Kellogg.
“I wanted to focus my Kellogg experience on advancing opportunities for women around the globe, as I believe that unlocking rights and opportunities for women and girls is a surefire way to uplift society as a whole,” says Kathy Hoe (2Y 2021).
“The knowledge and experiences equipped my brain and heart, enabling me to go further in my life.” Mu Ye (1Y 2020) offers his candid thoughts on why Kellogg exceeded his expectations in almost every possible way.
In his newest post, Professor Joel Shapiro states that “ACL isn’t a data modeling class, it’s a business problem-solving class.” Learn how the partnership between companies and Kellogg students in his Analytical Consulting Lab is often a transformative experience for the companies, in more ways than one.