Marcus Schneider (2Y 2020, Zell Fellow) shares the story of his partnership with Professor Paul Earle to launch again&again, a circular fashion brand “on a mission to provide more comfortable jeans designed to never be thrown out, but instead, upcycled into a new jean and worn again and again (and again and again).”
When flights were canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Matthew Temple ’93, senior director of alumni career and professional development, and his GIM class pivoted to virtually connect with prominent Kellogg alumni to gain a better understanding of the business and market dynamics of Cambodia and Vietnam.
Tim Calkins, a clinical professor of marketing at Kellogg, shares the real deal about moving courses online. “One of the most heartening parts of this transition,” he writes, “is seeing how people are working together and sharing ideas.”
Celebratory messages hit our Slack channels when students found out about the new Management Science major, which qualifies as a STEM-designated field of study. Matthew Merrick, associate dean for degree operations, provides the details.
Brian Malkin (2Y 2019) and a team of MBA students spent the last three quarters piloting Schools Lab, a class that puts business-school lessons to use in educating local principals and positively impacting their K-12 schools.
Kenn So (2Y 2019) introduces the steps he took to build AI@Kellogg from from a small Slack group to a 150-member student club.
Ali Kazmi (2Y 2019) and Grace Babula (MMM 2019) share how Brooke Vuckovic’s new course, The Moral Leader: Exploring Complexity Through Literature, expanded their thinking on how to succeed.
Lauren Meyer and Sarah Consagra (both MMM 2020) reexamine the strategies their team used to win big at the AbbVie Innovation Challenge.
Justin Westfall (1Y 2019) shares how he and his fellow classmates and faculty proudly represented Kellogg at the 6th Annual Kellogg Real Estate Conference and Venture Competition.
Joe Docter (E&W 2019), Mike Haining (E&W 2019) and Matt Rufener (2Y 2019) recount the hard work and collaboration that led the Kellogg team to place 2nd and win the Entrepreneur’s Choice award at the regional finals of the annual Venture Capital Investment Competition.
Rachel Sawa (2Y 2019), the vice president of academics for KTech, shares how students and faculty came together to create the new Technology Management Pathway, which launched in January.