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Bright spirits shine at Reunion 2007

'Excellence has no bounds'

Putting wealth to work
Wendy Nelson '99
Gregg Steinhafel '79
Ann Drake '84
Robin Brooks '79
Jim Rose '86
Clare Muñana '89
David Kohler '92
Linda Johnson Rice '87
Ellen Gordon
Anthony Faillace '94
Just profits
Looking East for a world of business insight
A legacy of learning
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'We knew smarts'
The 'right' guy goes home
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A legacy of learning

Ed. note: This year, three esteemed Kellogg School professors are retiring. In honor of their many contributions, we look back on some of the ways that Stanley Reiter, Morton Kamien and David Messick have made an impact through their service to Kellogg.

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Retiring after 40 years, MEDS Professor Stanley Reiter leaves a legacy of research excellence rooted in mathematical study

'We knew smarts'
With his wit and rigorous intelligence, Morton Kamien has been the intellectual gold standard at Kellogg for nearly four decades. He retires this year

The 'right' guy goes home
Ethics professor David Messick retires, having enriched Kellogg with his passion for bridging business and psychology

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