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Adam Pah’s Human-Machine Intelligence course encourages students to confront important questions and prepare students pursuing careers that involve machine learning.

Kellogg prepares students for impact of human-machine intelligence

Kellogg prepares students for impact of human-machine intelligence

Through cutting-edge research, teaching and partnerships, Kellogg prepares students to lead through tech innovation

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MOSAIC Week 2012

A vibrant MOSAIC

04/25/12 – Kellogg students revel in the richness of their community during MOSAIC Week, an annual celebration of diversity

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Jennifer Beall '10 launched CleanBeeBaby

Start me up: Jennifer Beall ’10

04/20/12 – Beall found a need and filled it with her eco-friendly stroller-cleaning business, Tot Squad (formerly known as CleanBeeBaby). Now she’s cash-flow positive and gaining a following of grateful, devoted moms

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Ehud Kalai

Kellogg professor named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

04/19/12 – Ehud Kalai is one of nine Northwestern University faculty members elected to the prestigious honor society

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Kellogg Professor Janice Eberly, currently serving as assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasury

Insights from inside the Beltway

04/19/12 – In a highly charged political environment, numbers become the voice of reason, says Kellogg Professor Janice Eberly, currently serving as assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasury

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2012 Kellogg Tech Conference

The SoLoMo era

04/18/12 – The 2012 Kellogg Tech Conference highlights the impact of social, local and mobile on the business landscape

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2013 McCormick Scholars announced

04/16/12 – Media Management majors Carson Oliver ’12 and Daniel Ryan ’12 will receive full tuition for three quarters at Kellogg

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'Know what you believe in'

04/13/12 – Kellogg alumni share tips on achieving personal and professional success with soon-to-be graduates

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Women Making Decisions panel

The power of business intuition

04/11/12 – ‘Gut instinct tempered by numbers’ is often the key to wise decisions, women business leaders say

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The case for ‘supply-side’ environmental policy

The case for supply-side environmental policy

04/10/12 – Buying and conserving dirty fossil fuel deposits may be the best way to fight climate change, Associate Professor Bard Harstad finds

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2012 Kellogg Africa Business Conference

From talk to action

04/06/12 – The 2012 Kellogg Africa Business Conference encourages entrepreneurs to capitalize on the continent’s business possibilities

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Exhausting, or exhilarating?

04/04/12 – Depending on the threat, conflict can leave one energized — or depleted and ready for chocolate, Professor Adam Galinsky finds

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Victoria Medvec, executive director of Kellogg’s Center for Executive Women, will be among the speakers at the upcoming Women’s Leadership Workshop on April 13-14

Unlocking women’s potential

04/02/12 – Women on nontraditional career paths will learn about the advantages of a Kellogg MBA degree at the 2012 Women’s Leadership Workshop

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Linda Darragh

Entrepreneurship expert Linda Darragh returns to Kellogg

03/29/12 – The globally recognized leader in entrepreneurship education will serve as executive director of the Levy Institute for Entrepreneurial Practice and the Heizer Center for Private Equity and Venture Capital

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International Perspective

Growing global

03/28/12 – Kellogg’s new short-term study-abroad program opens up international opportunities for Part-Time MBA students

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Kellogg Lecturer Andrew Razeghi

A job creation roadmap

03/23/12 – In testimony to Congress, Andrew Razeghi explains how the government can foster and support high-growth entrepreneurs

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Facebook to justify $100 billion the company would have to show sustainable “super nova” profits

Facebook IPO: Like or Dislike?

03/21/12 – Professors Anup Srivastava and Craig Chapman evaluate whether the social network is really worth $100 billion

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Kellogg Debate

Kellogg Debates

03/16/12 – Faculty-student teams face off over whether the global carbon footprint can be shrunk by private enterprise alone

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Six ways to diminish dehumanization in medical settings

03/15/12 – Assistant Professor Adam Waytz identifies the factors that contribute to a bad bedside manner

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Assistant Professor Nicole Stephens

An unseen disadvantage

03/15/12 – The focus on independence at American universities can undermine the academic performance of first-generation college students, Assistant Professor Nicole Stephens finds

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Healthcare Rx

Q&A: Professor David Dranove

03/14/12 – The healthcare reform expert addresses some of the key issues facing an industry on the cusp of change

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