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Kellogg joins Aspen Institute's Teaching Innovation Program
Kellogg will join seven other select business schools and leading corporations in the Teaching Innovation Program (TIP), directed by the Aspen Institute's Business and Society Program with support from the GE Foundation.

The Aspen Institute is a renowned international nonprofit organization devoted to fostering enlightened leadership on contemporary world issues.

As part of TIP, the Kellogg School will help develop a curriculum that prepares graduates to assume leadership roles in encouraging businesses to contribute to a sustainable global society.

Each business school involved with TIP will participate in three collective strategy sessions whose goal is establishing a pilot project in their respective schools and developing strategies for making other schools aware of these values-oriented programs.

In its application to the Teaching Innovation Program, the Kellogg School highlighted its ongoing leadership role in promoting dialogue on social impact management among its students.

Particular Kellogg strengths include the school's Public/ Nonprofit Management and Business and Its Social Environment programs, as well as the Kellogg Center for Nonprofit Management, the Ford Center for Global Citizenship and the Center for Business, Government and Society.

The Kellogg School's student-run Social Impact Club also plays a supporting role in foregrounding nonprofit and social entrepreneurship concerns.

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