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Class gifts create legacy of excellence
Chris Kennedy '94 to help launch Kellogg centennial gala
Kellogg partnership with industry leaders brings real-world insights
Kellogg Marketing Enrichment Series outlines 'new mindset'
William Smithburg '62 honored as board leader
Kellogg Technology Network hosts IT summit
Nobel Laureate delivers Schwartz lecture
'Nota Bene' delivers eclectic value for students
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'Nota Bene' delivers eclectic value for students

See the related article: Personal brand-building among topics at ‘Nota Bene’ lecture
Each year, Kellogg students have an additional chance to benefit from the insights of the school's top professors during the Nota Bene lecture series. On three occasions this spring, faculty members shared their perspectives on key subjects of interest to students, including the job market and the importance of building a personal brand; leadership; and demographic trends impacting the economy. The series was launched in 2004 to provide students with another way to gain exposure to the school's thought leaders. Participants in the latest Nota Bene sessions included Professors Tim Calkins, Daniel Diermeier, Michael Mazzeo, Michelle Buck and David Besanko.
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