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WDSU-TV (New Orleans)

Idea Village Plans To Increase Number Of Local Businesses – 03/24/09
The broadcast highlights Kellogg students taking part in The Idea Village's IDEAcorps Challenge '09, an initiative which pairs MBA students with entrepreneurs in order to address their critical growth challenges.

Xinhua News Agency, Sichuan Division (China)

A group of 54 business students make pilgrimage to Chengdu – 03/24/09
The article profiles Kellogg students’ visit to China, as a part of their Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) course.

Associated Press

Young Iraq war veteran to lead state police – 03/23/09
The article announces Part-Time Kellogg student Jonathon Monken’s appointment as the Illinois State Police director.

Chengdu Daily News (China)

Northwestern University Begins Three Day Post-Earthquake Investment Analysis – 03/23/09
The article profiles Kellogg students’ visit to China, as a part of their Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) course.

Chengdu Evening News (China)

Northwestern University students come to Chengdu to practice business – 03/23/09
The article profiles Kellogg students’ visit to China, as a part of their Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) course.

WGNO-TV (New Orleans)

Idea Village Spring Break – 03/23/09
The broadcast highlights Kellogg students taking part in The Idea Village's IDEAcorps Challenge '09, an initiative which pairs MBA students with entrepreneurs in order to address their critical growth challenges.

CDQSS.com (China)

Worldwide Business Leaders Arrive in Chengdu to Consider Post-Earthquake Investment Opportunities – 03/22/09
The article profiles Kellogg students’ visit to China, as a part of their Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) course.

BusinessWeek

Despite the Downturn, MBA Spring Break Lives – 03/05/09
From the article: Ben Wightman, 31, a student at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management is getting ready for a two-week trip to the Middle East with 34 classmates, visiting Jordan and Qatar as well as the United Arab Emirates. "You've already made the investment in getting a top MBA, so this [trip] is really an investment I've seen most of my classmates are willing to make," says Wightman.

These student-organized ventures are part of Kellogg's Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) program, which also includes a classroom component that takes place during the quarter before the trip. GIM attracts roughly half of Kellogg's full-time B-school students each year, despite the trips' hefty price tag.

Chicago Tribune

Eddie George moving nicely into Big Ten Network gig – 03/01/09
The article profiles the recent accomplishments of Eddie George, former NFL player and current student in the Kellogg School’s Executive MBA Program.

Wall Street Journal (The Super Blog)

Ad Reactions From Kellogg Students – 02/01/09
Kellogg students Stephanie Kahn, Alex Barth and Lindsay Rubin comment on the Super Bowl ads during the 2009 Super Bowl Advertising Review, led by Clinical Professor of Marketing Tim Calkins and Assistant Professor of Marketing Derek Rucker.

Athletic Business

It's Who You Know – 01/01/09
The article profiles Kellogg student Beth Cunningham and “Networking Nights,” an initiative conceived by Cunningham to build industry peer groups and a basketball fan base.

BrandChannel.com

Building Your Brand’s Ecosystems of Products – 12/15/08
Kellogg student Sid Shah '09 pens an article titled, “Building Your Brand’s Ecosystems of Products,” which focuses on how companies can build their brands.

Economía y Negocios

La crisis sacude las aulas chilenas de economía: seminarios y revisión de viejos autores – 10/05/08
This article features a profile of Joaquin Poblete, a PhD student in the Kellogg School's MEDS department.

The Toronto Star

A Charitable Entrepreneur – 09/11/08
A profile of Craig Kielburger, a current student in the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA Program at the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto. Kielburger, 25, is the youngest student in the program and is the founder of the non-profit Free the Children.

The Toronto Star

The new language of climate change – 09/11/08
A profile of Ellie Farahani, a current student in the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA Program at the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto. Farahani has a doctorate in atmospheric physics and is combining her science and business skills in her work on SPARC – Stratospheric Processes And their Role in Climate – at the University of Toronto.

Crain's Chicago Business

Sweating the small stuff – 09/08/08
From the article: While many university researchers tap the expertise of their school's technology transfer office to launch a business, Mr. Mirkin, 44, took a different path. As with all technology developed under its roof, Northwestern holds the patents behind Nanosphere's machines and had the right to claim the intellectual property. But once the school passed on licensing that technology to an outside company and decided against forming a new business to take advantage of it, the rights reverted to Mr. Mirkin, he says... Mr. Mirkin got help instead from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management, where four graduate students took on the company as a class project and created a business plan for it.

Clear Admit Blog

Kellogg International Students Get Primer in American Life – 08/28/08
From the article: Last week, incoming international students at the Kellogg School of Management took turns stepping up to the podium to practice mock business presentations. No, the academic year doesn’t begin at Kellogg until September. But the American Culture and English for International Business Students Program (ACE) was already well underway. Read the complete entry

Hindustan Times (India)

World’s best B-school grads opt for <i>sarkari</i> internships – 08/27/08
The article notes a trend among b-school students to seek internships within government agencies.  The article quotes Vivek Wahera '09 who was one of only 40 students selected from over 300 for an internship with the Planning Commission of India.

BusinessWeek

Advice to Applicants – 08/12/08
A first-person account from Brandon Cornuke, who will begin attending the Kellogg School in the fall.  Cornuke shares advice on what made him a strong candidate. Read the entire story on the BusinessWeek Web site.

Que Pasa magazine (Chile)

Siete pasos para estudiar un MBA en el extranjero – 07/25/08
In this MBA special edition, the article features Kellogg student Matias Alamos (Class of 2008) as he provides his experiences at Kellogg.