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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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“You need to tease out those walking away from their bills strategically versus those who are just having trouble paying their bills. This is the ‘new normal’ of consumer behavior.” — Chisoo Lyons, vice president, analytics, FICO

The ‘new normal’ of consumer behavior

12/02/10 – The 2010 Kellogg Risk Summit takes a closer look at the interplay between marketing and risk management

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Kellogg Shopper Index

12/01/10 – A new, ongoing study of consumers and their spending habits identifies the key drivers of 2010 holiday spending

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“I’m very thankful I had the opportunity to learn about financial economics during my undergraduate career,” says CPU student Nicole Ablondi, right, with Northwestern University President Morton Schapiro.

An undergraduate advantage

11/29/10 – Through a Kellogg certificate program, Northwestern juniors and seniors gain the analytical skills they will need to make strategic business decisions

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Business of Healthcare conference

Can innovation cut healthcare costs?

11/22/10 – Kellogg students and professionals explore the question at the 2010 Business of Healthcare Conference

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More than 100 international students will study at Kellogg this year through the MBA Exchange Program. Another 103 Kellogg students will travel abroad to study at partner institutions.

Outward bound

11/18/10 – Kellogg’s international MBA Exchange Program offers students the world

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Real Esate conference panel

Slideshow: Capturing value

11/15/10 – The 2010 Real Estate Conference explores opportunities and challenges in new real estate markets

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New site selected for Kellogg building

11/12/10 – The location will 'unify our anchor campus in Evanston,' Dean Sally Blount says

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London IMPACT Series

IMPACT Series 2011

11/10/10 – Opening in London on Nov. 15, the continuing global forum focuses on the future of business, innovation, leadership and society

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Finance Conference

Slideshow: The multifaceted CFO

11/05/10 – Students and professionals gather at the 2010 Kellogg Finance Conference to discuss the challenges facing today’s top finance executives

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Kellogg on Marketing

Marketing’s brave new world

11/04/10 – In a discussion on the new edition of Kellogg on Marketing, the book’s contributors offer a window on the discipline’s latest trends and hottest topics

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“Without the financial returns, we couldn’t have raised a penny. But the greater goal driving my partner and me is the social mission.” — Luca Torre '04, Ambers Capital Microfinanzas

The social — and financial — bottom line

11/02/10 – Luca Torre '04 talks to Kellogg students about his work in the microfinance industry

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Adam Galinsky

Why people embrace God before elections

10/27/10 – New research by Professor Adam Galinsky explores the interchangeable relationship between government and religious belief

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Kellogg Cares

Slideshow: Kellogg Cares

10/25/10 – The day — packed with service activities throughout Evanston — showcased Kellogg’s impact on the local community

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Divya Narendra

A ‘surreal’ ride

10/22/10 – Kellogg student Divya Narendra talks about his portrayal in ‘The Social Network,’ his current Internet venture and why he came to Northwestern to pursue a joint law and business degree

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Professor Paola Sapienza

Trust in financial institutions declines

10/21/10 – The latest findings of the quarterly Financial Trust Index show dissatisfaction with the sweeping Dodd-Frank financial reform bill and declining expectations for real-estate prices

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Kellogg Leadership Core Series

‘Learning comes from all sources’

10/20/10 – Blending academic workshops with service projects, the Leadership Core Series teaches Part-Time students how to make an impact in their careers and community

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Former U.S. Rep. Dick Gephardt: “The problem with talking about a collaboration between private companies is very simple: It’s called intellectual property.”

Leveraging ‘unnatural partnerships’ for innovation success

10/19/10 – Former U.S. Rep Dick Gephardt headlines the Kellogg Innovation Network’s dialogue on the future of pharmaceuticals

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“Negotiation involves figuring out how disparate individuals can come together,” Kellogg Dean Sally Blount said at the Business Symposium on Oct. 13. “It facilitates relationships; it reduces conflict. It’s the way we’ll save ourselves as a society.”

Masters of negotiation

10/18/10 – A panel of negotiation experts — including Dean Sally Blount — share their best practices for reaching agreement

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“Driving social change and using business as a vehicle for that is critical for the health of the planet and health of people,” keynote speaker Kevin Cleary ’03, president and COO of Clif Bar, told attendees at Kellogg’s 11th Annual Innovating Social Change Conference.

Scaling what works

10/13/10 – The 11th annual Innovating Social Change conference focuses on taking social change to the next level

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Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh

Dire outcomes predicted for municipal pension systems

10/12/10 – Associate Professor Joshua Rauh estimates that cities and counties add $574 billion to the $3 trillion in unfunded liabilities from the states

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