Kellogg News

Kellogg teams take top prizes in several competitions

Kellogg Professor Timothy Feddersen named to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Nobel Laureate Jean Tirole and a panel of economists discuss the economics of patents, IP policies and innovation

Jeff Housenbold shares lessons learned growing Shutterfly into a $1.1B company

Program pioneers unique global learning opportunity for Kellogg, ESADE and HKUST students

Events and Conferences

Kellogg Real Estate Venture Competition (Wieboldt Hall)

April 27, 2015

The second annual Kellogg Real Estate Venture Competition will be held in Chicago on April 27, 2015. The team-based competition will showcase MBA students, who will have the opportunity to pitch to a high-profile panel of judges. The winning team will receive a cash prize of $100,000 and will have the possibility of securing up to $10,000,000 in equity funding.

MacEachern Symposium "High-Priced Drugs: Problem or Progress?" (James L. Allen Center)

May 08, 2015

Malcolm MacEachern Lecturer: Amitabh Chandra, PhD, Professor of Public Policy, Harvard University

Keynote Speech: Justin P. McCarthy, Senior Vice President, Global & International Public Affairs, Pfizer Inc.

To Register, click here.

Greater China Business Conference (James L. Allen Center)

May 09, 2015

China has witnessed incredible economic development since opening its doors to the world thirty-six years ago. But China’s growth is also facing fierce challenges from multiple angles and its annual GDP growth will inevitably slow to less than 8%. China’s Next Chapter: Future Growth Engine will discuss what this means for both domestic and multinational companies, and how these corporations can take advantage of opportunities during this economic transition period.

2015 Computational Social Science Summit ("Collaborative Futures")

May 15, 2015

This new annual computational social science summit is designed to create a broad community of social science researchers - academics, tech industry workers, open data activists, government agency workers, and think tank analysts – dedicated to advancing sociological knowledge through computational methods. Our goal is to foreground social science research and identify areas that can benefit from a deep engagement with computer science and related areas. The Summit will take place over three days, from May 15-17 at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management in Evanston, IL. Learn more