Kellogg in the News

Chicago Inno

This Northwestern Alum’s ‘Greenhouse-in-a-Box’ Protects Farmers From Climate Change – 07/20/17
Profile of Kellogg startup Kheyti. Started by Zell Fellow and Youn Impact Scholar Saumya ’15, Kheyti is a social enterprise working with small farmers in India.

Bloomberg

New GOP Health Bill Leaves Big Problem Untouched: Patient Costs – 07/14/17
Article discusses the new Republican health care bill and quotes Professor Craig Garthwaite on the matter.

Bloomberg

Obamacare’s Pocketbook Problem Made Worse in GOP Health Bill – 07/14/17
Article explores concerns about the GOP Health Bill and quotes Professor Craig Garthwaite on the effect of the Senate bill on the Medicaid program.

Business Insider

Experts Say the New Version of the Senate Healthcare Bill Will be Bad News for the Old, Poor and Sick – 07/14/17
Article discusses the updated version of the Better Care Reconciliation Act and features Professor Craig Garthwaite on his opinions concerning the Republican senator’s strategy.

Poets and Quants

MBA Deans Share The Hardest Classes They Ever Took – 07/14/17
Article discusses various business school deans and the hardest class they took during their MBA career and highlights perspective from Dean Sally Blount, whose toughest time in graduate school was taking her preliminary exams for her Ph.D.

Forbes

8 HR Mistakes Millennial Leaders Need To Avoid – 07/12/17
Article notes research by Professor Lauren Rivera on the hiring bias that leaders must be cognizant of to avoid.

Fortune

Why Apple Shouldn’t Follow Amazon’s Lead – 07/12/17
Article by Professor Alexander Chernev discusses why Apple should focus more on creating new devices than on an Apple equivalent of Amazon’s Prime Day.

Marketplace

Now we can measure economic policy uncertainty – 07/12/17
Article features research by Professor Scott Baker on the role of government in the economy.

Poets and Quants

New Kellogg MBA Application Goes Live – 07/12/17
Article highlights an update to an essay prompt in Kellogg’s FT MBA application, which went live on Wednesday, and interviews Assistant Dean of Admissions & Financial Aid Kate Smith on the changes and the growth of Kellogg’s 1Y program.

Poets and Quants

Leadership Lessons: From Brigadier General to Kellogg Associate Dean – 07/12/17
Article features a Q&A with Associate Dean for Leadership Development Bernie Banks, which focuses on the trajectory of his career and Kellogg’s approach to teaching leadership.

Fortune

Why Alexa is Amazon’s Secret Weapon – 07/11/17
Article by Professor Mohan Sawhney explores the competitive edge Alexa gives Amazon in its rivalry with Best Buy.

Poets and Quants

Podcast Interview With Northwestern Kellogg’s Christopher Aleman – 07/11/17
Article features a podcast with Assistant Director of Admissions Christopher Aleman on the admissions process at Kellogg as well as global experiential learning opportunities for Kellogg students.

The Washington Post

David Brooks has a point – upper class kids have invisible cultural advantages – 07/11/17
Article features an interview with Professor Lauren Rivera on the effects of education, politics, and economics in fostering inequality.

Harvard Business Review

How to Handle a Disagreement on Your Team – 07/10/17
Article by Professor Jeanne Brett discusses how to intervene in team disagreements as a mediator rather than as a boss.

Washington Post

Why replacing Obamacare is so hard: It’s fundamentally conservative – 07/10/17
Article by Professor Craig Garthwaite discusses the difficulties of replacing Obamacare as a result of the current system being composed of moderately conservative policies.

Bloomberg

Hedge-Fund Danger Alert as Canada Prepares for Retail Investors – 07/09/17
Article explores the possibility of Canadian regulators loosening the rules of hedge-fund participation, quoting Professor David Stowell on his perspective on retail investors investing in hedge funds.

Forbes

Why A US-UK Trade Quickie Is Very Unlikely – 07/09/17
Article by Adjunct Professor Phil Levy explores four reasons why he believes a trade deal with the UK is unlikely to occur in the near future.

Poets and Quants

The Biggest Surprises Awaiting You At Business School – 07/09/17
Article discusses students’ biggest surprises upon entering b-school, including a quote from Kellogg student Adam Maddock who became involved in various clubs, group projects and networking events outside of his curriculum.

Quartz

Getting More Women into the C-Suite Means Keeping Them in the Talent Pipeline – 07/08/17
Article by Dean Sally Blount discusses the lack of women enrollment in business school and how to support more women throughout their careers.

Forbes

How The World Is Trying To Tame Trump On Trade – 07/07/17
Article by Adjunct Professor Phil Levy discusses how countries are responding to the United State’s new position on trade negotiations.

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