Christy Heaton, associate director of admissions, shares tips on presenting your best self throughout Kellogg’s 2022 Full-Time MBA Application.
“The questions I learned to ask were deeper and more profound. I learned how powerful questioning — not problem solving — is the key to leadership coaching,” Julian Ordman (2Y 2021) says.
“My parents’ dream was to give me a better and successful life. I am not living the American dream, I am living my family’s dream, and I couldn’t be more grateful and proud of what we have accomplished,” Karen Chen (2Y 2021) says.
Hear from Net Impact Club officers Nathan Joo, Trevor Lu, and Carli Chovick (all 2Y 2022) on winning chapter of the year and how the club has made its impact at Kellogg.
Application season begins! Kate Smith ’98, assistant dean of admissions and financial aid, cuts the purple ribbon with some tips, important deadlines and exciting changes to the Full-Time MBA Program application this year.
For Pride Month this year, Maddie Reese (2Y 2022), VP of Engagement for Pride@Kellogg, shares her leadership journey and efforts “to build a more inclusive, intersectional experience for Kellogg students.”
“What I truly desired was to have a lasting social impact and to be steadily connected to the pulse of change,” Raven Bedenfield says, a digital designer for Kellogg’s Integrated Marketing and Communications team.
Hear about healthcare at Kellogg from current students Bhavana Balakrishnan (2Y, 2022), Christa Styrkowicz (2Y, 2022), Dan Ertis (2Y, 2021), Matt Burkhardt (1Y, 2021) and Taryn Puranmalka (2Y, 2022).
“Near is a tech concierge for your parents. We provide personalized device recommendations and 1-on-1 tech coaching to help older adults stay connected with their family and friends,” Near Co-Founders Ferrona Lie (1Y 2021) Andrew Mueller (2Y, 2021) say.
Hear from Kellogg and Northwestern co-founders of blip energy on competing again in Northwestern University’s VentureCat competition.
Hear from current semi-finalists Sara Jandeska and Rashmi Babtiwale (both E&W 2021) on competing with their startup, Blue Comet Medical Solutions, in Northwestern University’s VentureCat competition.