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David Schonthal, clinical associate professor and director of the Zell Fellows Program, advises students in the Kellogg School Innovation Lab.

Kellogg startups aim to solve complex global problems

Kellogg startups aim to solve complex global problems

Experiential courses and individualized co-curricular programming provide the launch pad students need to tackle big issues

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Stress of college norms can put first-generation students at academic disadvantage

Culture shock

12/10/12 – Stress of college norms can put first-generation students at academic disadvantage, Kellogg professor finds

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New research by Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations Lauren Rivera suggests that in job interviews, chemistry may be more important than qualifications.

Friends in high places

12/05/12 – Employers follow their hearts in hiring decisions, says Kellogg assistant professor

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The Kellogg Holiday Shopper Index explores the causes and consequences of consumer behavior.

The secrets of ‘showrooming’

11/30/12 – 2012 Kellogg Shopper Index finds price is not the only reason people shop online

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2012 Business of Healthcare Conference

2012 Business of Healthcare Conference

11/28/12 – New health law challenges payers, providers to lower costs, improve outcomes, says expert panel

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Build, promote and sell

Build, promote and sell

11/21/12 – Student teams build marketing campaigns for 14 new consumer products and compete for top honors in Annual Kellogg Marketing Competition

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2012 Black Management Association Conference - Carole Brown

2012 Black Management Association Conference

11/16/12 – Keynote speaker Carole Brown ’89 talks struggle, growth, using business skills for civic good

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Business of Healthcare Conference

Coming soon: Business of Healthcare Conference

11/13/12 – Panelists, keynote speakers to offer healthy discussion about future of healthcare

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Can a football player's race affect how often he is penalized? Associate Professor Robert Livingston investigates.

Pride and penalty

11/13/12 – Black NFL players more likely than white counterparts to be penalized for excessive celebration, says Associate Professor Robert Livingston

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Profits and purpose

Profits and purpose

11/09/12 – Innovating Social Change Conference shows how business can produce lasting social change

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Kellogg’s Career Management Center

Building on success

11/06/12 – Kellogg’s Career Management Center continues to expand its award-winning services

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Carole Brown ’89 will be the keynote speaker at the Black Management Association Conference on Nov. 10.

Coming soon: Black Management Association Conference

11/02/12 – Keynote speaker Carole Brown ’89 to offer ‘empowering’ career advice

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The winning team (L-R): Holly O’Dell, Kaleigh Ross, Cody Fischer, Tanya Pramatarova, and Jackson Edwards (all ’14)

Changing education

11/02/12 – Team of five Kellogg students captures top honors with “encompassing, creative solutions” for education reform

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Kellogg School Completes Senior Leadership Team

11/01/12 – School appoints several senior leaders from industry

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New Ventures

New Ventures

10/30/12 – Kellogg Innovation Network event spotlights Chicago startup scene

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2012 Chicago Innovation Awards

Faster, cleaner, safer, healthier

10/26/12 – Kellogg, Northwestern teams shine at 2012 Chicago Innovation Awards

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SlimBooks

The skinny on SlimBooks

10/25/12 – Kellogg student challenges traditional publishing with innovative venture

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Kori Reed

Coming soon: Innovating Social Change

10/23/12 – ConAgra Foods' Kori Reed discusses the role of business in combating U.S. hunger. Reed will be a panelist at the Nov. 3 ISC Conference.

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Kellogg students Xia Wu '13 (left) and Kathleen Craig '14 (right) help Washington School fifth grader Oliver Pacheco, 11, catalog books. Photography by C. Jason Brown

2012 Kellogg Cares Day

10/17/12 – The Kellogg community demonstrates its ‘passion for giving back’ at service projects in Evanston and across the country

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Timothy Calkins; Clinical Professor of Marketing

Defending Your Brand

10/17/12 – Professor Tim Calkins’ new book shows business leaders how to protect their companies from competitive threats

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A Win Win Situation

A win-win situation

10/12/12 – Kellogg students team up with the Chicago Bears to better engage female fans

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