Kellogg Profiles

Forward-Thinking Faculty

Eli Finkel Prof. Eli Finkel in the New York Times

Talented, Ambitious Students

Dominique Harris '14 Dominique Harris '14 and three other students won Kellogg Leadership Awards

Smart, Influential Alumni

Alan Anderson '04 Alan Anderson '04 helps fight gun violence through employment options
Professor Lawrence "Gene" Lavengood and Dean Emeritus Donald P. Jacobs

Professor Emeritus Lawrence "Gene" Lavengood (left) with Dean Emeritus (then "Professor") Donald P. Jacobs in a Kellogg classroom during the 1960s

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Kellogg School History
   Kellogg Centennial Interactive Timeline
   
The Kellogg School: Initiatives, Innovations and Awards

Since 1908, the Kellogg School has initiated critical discourse, strengthened managerial skill and produced influential leaders in all areas of public and commercial life. Kellogg has not merely passed an endurance test; its 100th birthday is testament to the lasting value created by generations who have contributed to and benefited from the school’s rich culture and knowledge. 

Kellogg by the decade highlights the Kellogg School’s journey over the last 100 years. As we move forward, our collaborative culture will remain central, as will the school’s constant reinvention of itself to meet contemporary demands. These qualities are hallmarks at Kellogg, where innovation is continuous, a fact that encourages creativity, quick adaptation to market needs, and refinement of ideas to align theory with practice.

Visit the interactive timeline for information about each decade in the Kellogg School’s 100-year history.