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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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Working together

02/03/11 – Kellogg professors work with the Career Management Center to offer course guidance to students headed for consulting careers

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2011 Salon

A Northwestern home run

01/28/11 – At the 2011 Salon, alumni celebrate two outstanding Kellogg students and hear a few words on leadership from New York Yankees Manager Joe Girardi ’86

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Dimons in the Rough

A clean sweep

01/27/11 – Kellogg teams take the top spots in the 2011 JP Morgan M&A Challenge

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former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson

‘The big decisions we made were the right ones,’ Henry Paulson tells Kellogg students

01/26/11 – The former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury offers his views on crisis leadership, regulation and his ‘biggest mistake’

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Kellogg students Patrick Gaddie ’12 (left) and Viviane Sales ’12 presented the winning plan at the Neighborhood Business Initiative case competition.

Supporting a sustainable mission

01/25/11 – Kellogg students working with Chicago nonprofit Stage 773 take first place in the Neighborhood Business Initiative’s case competition

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Professor Paola Sapienza

Trust in financial system on the rise

01/24/11 – The bank and stock market recovery are helping to rebuild trust, but discontent lingers with regard to mortgage lenders and predatory lending, the Chicago Booth/Kellogg School Financial Trust Index finds

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Nidhi Agrarwal, associate professor of marketing and the James R. McManus Research Chair

Self-control and choices

01/19/11 – Nidhi Agrawal explores why we take the easy path after exerting ourselves

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Through Kellogg’s partnership with Communities in Schools of Chicago (CISC), Kellogg students are gaining leadership skills and improving opportunities for Chicago public school students.

Working with ‘leaders of tomorrow’

01/13/11 – Jane Mentzinger, executive director of Communities In Schools of Chicago, reflects on the mutual benefits of partnering with the Kellogg School

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Business leaders from around the world share their knowledge at Kellogg’s international conferences. Shailesh Rao ’99, Google India’s managing director, was among the featured speakers at the 2010 India Business Conference.

The world comes to Kellogg

01/12/11 – Global business issues will take center stage at a series of international conferences at the Kellogg School

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Social Entrepreneurship

Supporting social ventures

01/07/11 – The new Kellogg Social Entrepreneurship Award will provide $80,000 to help a Kellogg student launch a socially responsible business

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Adam Galinsky

Stand tall, get ahead

01/06/11 – New Kellogg School research suggests that a ‘powerful posture’ may have a greater impact on achievement than title and rank

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Loran Nordgren

Understanding the 'empathy gap'

01/03/11 – Loran Nordgren finds that people underestimate the social pain and trauma suffered by bully victims

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Miami Program

Growing global leaders

12/23/10 – Now entering its fifth year, the Miami Executive MBA program gives life to the spirit of international collaboration

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W.K. Kellogg III, president of General Packaging Products in Chicago

Giving back

12/21/10 – In a visit to the school that bears his family’s name, W.K. Kellogg III encourages students to pursue entrepreneurship — and community service

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Jan Van Mieghem

World class

12/17/10 – International faculty members bring global perspectives to Kellogg

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EMBA Graduation

Reaching the summit

12/16/10 – As Executive MBA Program graduates celebrate their achievements, convocation speakers encourage them to use what they’ve learned to give back and create jobs

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Students in the NUvention program create commercially viable business models in medical technology and experience the entire entrepreneurial lifecycle: concept, prototype and business plan.

The power of collaboration

12/14/10 – NUvention turns Northwestern students — in business, engineering, law and medicine —into ‘future innovators’

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The winners of the 2010 Education Innovation Case Competition

Designing urban schools

12/10/10 – Kellogg students take first place at the 2010 Education Innovation Case Competition

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Fear

Threat, or no threat?

12/07/10 – In a spirited debate, Kellogg faculty and students consider whether the U.S. should welcome — or fear — an increasingly powerful China

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