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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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John Wood ’89

Two alumni in the ‘Impact 30’

12/02/11 – Forbes magazine lists Room to Read founder John Wood ’89 and One Acre Fund founder Andrew Youn ’06 among the world’s leading social entrepreneurs

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Trading to win

Trading to win

12/02/11 – Putting classroom lessons to work, students in Kellogg’s Certificate Program for Undergraduates earn one million (simulated) dollars

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Joe Saddi

The changing Middle East

11/29/11 – ‘Turbulent times’ may spur region to achieve sustainable growth, Booz & Company global chairman Joe Saddi tells Kellogg students

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Warren Buffett, Kellogg students toured a Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary

Learning from the legend

11/23/11 – Students in Kellogg’s Asset Management Practicum spend a day in Omaha with billionaire investor Warren Buffett

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Kellogg Cares is organized by Kellogg Volunteers, a student group that promotes volunteerism and community involvement.

Slideshow: Kellogg Cares

11/21/11 – Students, faculty and staff give back to the community on Kellogg’s annual service day

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Business of Healthcare Conference

2011 Business of Healthcare Conference

11/17/11 – As healthcare costs continue to rise, Kellogg students and industry experts shift the focus to creating value

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Brayden King

Boycotts and the bottom line

11/16/11 – The longer the media covers a boycott, the greater the impact on a company’s stock price, Assistant Professor Brayden King finds

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Shopper Index

Going mobile on ‘Cyber Friday’

11/16/11 – In-store mobile shoppers are likely to be the biggest spenders this holiday season, Kellogg researchers find

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“This is still an industry that demands common sense and enough guts to pull the trigger at the right time.” — Keynote speaker Neil Bluhm, managing partner at Walton Street Capital

2011 Kellogg Real Estate Conference

11/14/11 – Students and real estate experts look to identify the next big opportunities in the recession-battered industry

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Dean Sally Blount

Dean Sally Blount on leadership

11/11/11 – ‘Do work out of passion, love and belief,’ Blount tells students

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veterans

Leaders on and off the battlefield

11/11/11 – U.S. Military veterans find ample support at the Kellogg School

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Associate Professor Ben Jones

Scientific productivity increases with age

11/10/11 – New research co-authored by Associate Professor Benjamin Jones reveals that breakthrough discoveries are no longer dominated by the very young

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Net Impact Community

Kellogg wins 2011 Net Impact Chapter of the Year Award

11/09/11 – The school’s Net Impact Community is again honored for driving transformational change in the workplace and the world

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Sergio Rebelo

Europe, the euro and an unstable economic climate

11/07/11 – Kellogg Professor Sergio Rebelo guides students to an understanding of the European debt crisis

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“We must ensure fairness at every level of the economic ladder,” U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor told Kellogg students Oct. 28.

'A hand up, not a handout'

11/03/11 – House Majority Leader Eric Cantor addresses income inequality and economic frustrations

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Kellogg students, faculty, staff and alumni will volunteer at schools and other community organizations during the Kellogg Cares service day on Nov. 5.

Kellogg Cares

11/02/11 – Hundreds of Kellogg volunteers will fan out across Evanston and Chicago on Nov. 5 to give back to the community

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“Jeffery does a masterful job of showing how to use key marketing metrics to actually implement strategic thinking,” the AMAF said in announcing the award.

Kellogg lecturer Mark Jeffery wins top book award

10/31/11 – Data-Driven Marketing is co-named the best marketing book of 2011 by the American Marketing Association Foundation

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Adam Galinsky

Salary disparities on NBA teams can lead to victory

10/27/11 – The hierarchy between players can promote coordination and enhance cooperation within the team, new Kellogg School research finds

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If consumers are unhappy with bank fees, Professor Mitchell Petersen says they owe it to themselves to shop around. “Look at your options. We’re blessed in this country with a huge number of banks,” he says.

Take it to the bank

10/26/11 – Professor Mitchell Petersen discusses bank fees and what consumers can do if they are unhappy with their banking situation

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Honest Tea president and co-founder Seth Goldman encouraged Kellogg students to incorporate social responsibility into their business goals. “Think about where the real impact is, and don’t do it on the side,” he said.

2011 Innovating Social Change Conference

10/24/11 – 'Help create the future you want to live in,' Honest Tea co-founder Seth Goldman urges

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