2016–2017 Student Conference Schedule
Saturday, October 29, 2016
The Blueprint: Designing the Foundation for Our Tomorrow. As the longest running student-led conference at Kellogg, the Black Management Association Conference brings together students, alumni, faculty, and executives to discuss the importance of diversity in thought, experiences, and leadership through the lens of the business world. The theme of the 30th Anniversary conference is The Blueprint: Designing the Foundation for Our Tomorrow.
Saturday, January 21, 2017
The Value Proposition: Evaluating the Sustainability of Value-Based Care. Almost seven years since the introduction of healthcare reform, a shift away from fee-for-service towards value-based care has been promoted and even required through new regulation. While many attempts to implement these new models have given hope to providing high quality care at a low cost, many have struggled to achieve a sustainable financial return. This year’s Business of Healthcare Conference seeks to examine what has and has not worked in the implementation of value-based care and how the trend towards such models will continue.
Private Equity and Venture Capital Conference (Global Hub)
Wednesday April 12, 2017
Kellogg Spark, the annual private equity and venture capital conference, brings industry professionals, alumni, students, and Kellogg faculty together for a day of discussion on the current state of the industry and the most pressing issues. This year will feature Monique Woodard of 500 Startups as the keynote speaker in addition to a variety of panels, fireside chats, and networking opportunities.
Emerging Markets Conference (Global Hub)
Wednesday May 3, 2017
Redefining Emerging Markets: Discovering New Paths for Growth. The global economic landscape has shifted drastically over the last five years. The emerging markets of the past two decades have shown slowing growth. This year’s conference will bring together thought leaders to examine how the “old guard” of emerging markets are faring in the challenging climate, while also looking ahead to the high-growth markets of tomorrow.