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The MBAs To Watch In The Class of 2016 – 06/20/16
Article features 90 graduating MBAs from the Class of 2016 with diverse backgrounds and experiences, including a profile of Kellogg student Dexter Yu Galan.

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The Best One-Year MBA Programs In The U.S. – 06/15/16
Article features perspective from Associate Dean of MBA Operations Matt Merrick and 1Y MBA student Tara Chang about the student experience in Kellogg’s 1Y program. “We offer the Kellogg experience which starts with our focus on the customer, gets students to work in a collaborative environment, and engages students inside and outside the classroom at very high levels,” Dean Merrick said.

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The Best & Brightest EMBAs Of The Class Of 2016 – 06/13/16
Article features profiles of EMBA students from across the globe with diverse backgrounds and experiences, including a profile of Kellogg EMBA student Mike Vaca about his experience in the Kellogg-HKUST program.

Forbes

Reshoring Has Slowed But Hasn't Stopped – 05/31/16
Article by Adjunct Professor Harold Sirkin says that the reshoring trend will continue in the U.S. – particularly among textile, bicycle and furniture manufacturers.

Forbes

Practice 'Creative Destruction' To Avoid Becoming A Victim Of It – 05/23/16
Article by Adjunct Professor Harold Sirkin argues that creative destruction should be internalized and used by executives to prepare their companies and employees for the challenges of the future.

Forbes

Growth Guru Likes Facebook, Microsoft – 05/23/16
Article cites Professor Mohan Sawhney’s research on growth and how not all growth is good. Bad growth — such as that caused by subprime lending or acquisitions that add needlessly to a company’s complexity — produces short-term revenue growth but longer-term collapse

Forbes

Why Growth Gurus Love Amazon and Starbucks – 05/19/16
Article discusses growth models of companies like Amazon and Starbucks, quoting Professor Mike Mazzeo on how growth flows to companies that continuously swap variable costs for fixed ones.

Chicago Tribune

8 big problems for women in the workplace – 05/18/16
Article quotes Professor Lauren Rivera on how the people who hire (usually men) may actually lower the bar for job candidates who share their backgrounds and interests, meaning that these less-qualified candidates may actually win out.

Chicago Tribune

Kapow keeps swinging on events business after big layoffs – 05/17/16
Article profiles local event planning company Kapow, quoting Professor Mohanbir Sawhney on the company’s strategy of building a business that relies primarily on labor rather than technology.

Boston Herald

Gonzalez: Cultural isolation a boon to ISIS – 05/15/16
Article discusses Professor Efraim Benmelech’s research on how most Islamic State recruits come from societies replete with comforts and rights.

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The Best & Brightest MBAs In The Class of 2016 – 05/15/16
Three Kellogg students were chosen among 100 business school students profiled this year by Poets & Quants as “rock stars of their classes”:​ Tim Bossidy​, Blair Pircon and Rebecca Sholiton.

Forbes

Weather-Proofing Small Farmers In India – 05/10/16
Article reports on the new startup Kheyti, founded by Kellogg first-year student Saumya, which sells modular greenhouses as a weather-proof way for small farmers in India to grow crops.

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Kellogg MBA Launches 'Smart' Greenhouse Venture In India – 05/05/16
Article features a social impact startup founded by a current Kellogg student. Kheyti is a one-year-old startup in Hyderabad, India, that sells modular greenhouses to small farmers who have .2 to 2 hectares of land.

Chicago Tribune

Treat a Muslim Better, Hurt the Islamic State​ – 04/25/16
Article reports on Professor Efraim Benmelech’s research, which found that Islamic State recruitment success is positively correlated with homogeneity in a society.

Chicago Tribune

Northwestern launches 2 new funds for startups – 04/07/16
Article highlights the two new funds to support budding entrepreneurs, both students and faculty, at Northwestern.

Chicago Magazine

The Cubs’ Joe Maddon Is Keeping It Weird (And Thank Goodness for That) – 04/04/16
Article reports on Cubs manager Joe Maddon’s winning, unorthodox leadership style. Professor Brayden King attributes his effectiveness to leading a team like a modern tech company - rewarding good work and encouraging inventiveness. Professor Leigh Thompson explains how some of Maddon’s techniques are strengthening group dynamic and identity.

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Kellogg Students Get Business Advice From Warren Buffet – 03/19/16
Article recaps the advice Warren Buffet gave to Kellogg students during a two-and-a-half hour Q&A session.

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How They Got In & How You Can, Too – 11/29/15
Article summarizes the class profiles from the nation’s top business schools, including Kellogg.

Chicago Tribune

Chicago priest works with Spanish-language media during Pope Francis’ visit – 09/22/15

Article profiles Rev. Manuel Dorantes, a recent Kellogg graduate, who is serving as the voice of the Vatican for Spanish-language media during the Pope’s U.S. visit. CNBC also covered this topic. 

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Reaching Out Grants 22 MBA Fellowships – 09/17/15
This article features Reaching Out Fellow and Kellogg first-year student Jeff Lindquist, who found an inclusive LGBT community at Northwestern.

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