Philip Spencer (2Y 2020) and his JV, Jennifer, wave hello from across the pond, sharing the various steps they went through in finding the right global exchange program and thriving once they arrived.
Billy Sterrett (2Y 2020) and Mark Odden (MMM 2020) take a breather after organizing yet another successful Pride Week this past October and share what makes it such a hugely popular event on campus.
The leaders of Pride@Kellogg foster visibility, community, allyship and personal & professional empowerment for the LGBTQIA+ community.
Lauren Brown (MMM 2019) shares how embracing her creative experience and athletic background made her stand out from the pack.
“This is the kind of big problem that Kellogg and its community encourage you to tackle,” say Don Meier and Kristen Johnson (both 2Y 2019) in describing the impetus behind LineShift. Their social-impact business helps manufacturers protect jobs and communities while they innovate.
It’s not uncommon to feel apprehensive about answering the video essay questions on the application. Lance Bennett, director of diversity admissions, is here to help.
Jennifer Hayes, the director of admissions for the One-Year MBA Program, gives you a list to follow in considering the written essay questions on the application.
Emily Stevens, the associate director of Full-Time MBA Programs, provides some tips for finding the right people to submit letters of recommendation.
The third installment of our Application Series is here! Andrea Calderon, the associate director of admissions, focuses on the section of the MBA application on extracurriculars and Kellogg student clubs.
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.