“This quarter I’m most excited about taking Research-Design-Build, a hands-on studio class that focuses on practicing key concepts of human-centered design, including conducting ethnographic research, storyboarding, and rapid prototyping,” Aku Acquaye (MMM 2023) says.
“I am really excited about meeting all the other students and spending time building a network with them,” says Kyle Shanklin (E&W 2023).
“In the first quarter, I am looking forward to being actively involved in some professional clubs such as Kellogg Consulting Club and Kellogg Energy and Sustainability Club that are about to kick off,” says Paras Midha (2Y 2023).
“I’m excited to learn from my classmates and world-class faculty. I’m a curious person, so getting to sit in a room with so many intelligent and interesting people is truly a dream come true,” Kelsey Kimball (E&W 2023) says.
“In the fall, I’m excited about all of the experiential opportunities I signed up for (there’s just so many of them), and working on real projects with companies is what I’m looking forward to the most,” Abhishek Bhandari (1Y 2022) says.
“I’m very excited to start making these connections and learn from all the great experiences and knowledge that the Kellogg community has,” Paulina Enrríquez (2Y 2023) says.
“I’ve always wanted to work at the intersection of business strategy and technology, and this program (MBAi Program) perfectly aligns with my career goals and aspirations,” Bharti Sharma (MBAi 2023) says.
“What I loved most was when I had chances to bring diverse groups together to achieve difficult goals. I knew that business school was the optimal path for me,” Jason Borchik (2Y 2022) says, co-president of Kellogg’s Veterans Association.
“I’m Black, I’m African, I’m an immigrant, and I speak with an accent. And so, I want to take an active role and let people understand what it means to embrace folks. I want to learn, too — everyone has biases that we don’t recognize. I want to be able to understand those biases and take an active step in combating them,” Lenton Davies (EMBA 2022) says.
MBA students around the United States and globally are tackling some of today’s biggest challenges, and nowhere more so than at Kellogg School of Management.
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.”