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  Eric Rozier and Kim Matthews
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Kellogg corporate partners support student innovation

The Kellogg School hosted its eighth annual Manufacturing Business Conference in April. Organized by Master of Management and Manufacturing (MMM) students, the event attracted 400 attendees from business and academia, including Bob Lane (top right), chairman and CEO of John Deere, who delivered a keynote address.

John Deere, Deloitte & Touche and Honeywell all provided conference sponsorship. Honeywell's Eric Rozier EMP-51 (bottom right, with MMM student co-chair Kim Matthews '04) represented the firm at the event, which showcased the impact of thoughtful leadership in manufacturing sectors as diverse as automotives and biotechnology. Rozier is the company's vice president for its Autolite brand.

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