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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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Gwendolyn Butler

Real Estate Executive Speaker Series: Gwendolyn Butler ’84

03/15/10 – Over lunch with Kellogg students, the president and COO of Capri Capital Partners talks real estate and her rise to the top

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Gloria Guevara

Kellogg Executive MBA graduate named Mexico’s Minister of Tourism

03/12/10 – Gloria Guevara '09 is appointed to the prestigious role by President Felipe Calderón

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Roslyn Brock

'Move this nation forward’

03/11/10 – Roslyn Brock ’99 has big plans as the new chairman of the NAACP — and she wants Kellogg students to contribute to the cause

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Bruce Bueno de Mesquita

Kellogg Distinguished Lecture Series: Bruce Bueno de Mesquita

03/09/10 – The author of The Predictioneers’ Game sheds light on the ways that game theory can forecast political and corporate outcomes

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Katherine Phillips

The competitive advantages of diversity

03/05/10 – On the eve of the 23rd Black Management Association Conference, Associate Professor Katherine Phillips talks about what it means to fully embrace inclusion and diversity

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Walmart Winners

Green innovation

03/03/10 – The Kellogg School plays host to the regional round of the 2010 Wal-Mart Better Living Business Plan Challenge

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Michael Roberts

Seize the day

03/02/10 – Entrepreneur Michael V. Roberts urges students to ‘pursue your vision, put your passion behind it and believe in yourself”

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The Operations Room

Live from The Operations Room

03/01/10 – Professors Martin Lariviere and Gad Allon take their blog on the road, exchanging their views on operations management before a Wieboldt Hall audience

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Raymond Bednar

Team players

02/26/10 – Speakers at Kellogg’s inaugural Sports Business Conference discuss the need for more MBAs in the field

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Ilene Gordan

Smart balance

02/25/10 – With a little bit of planning and a lot of multitasking, personal and professional success is ‘yours for the taking,’ says Ilene Gordon, CEO of Corn Products International

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Team Game Theory

Right on target

02/24/10 – Second-year Kellogg students take the top prize at the Target Channel Reinvention Case Competition, developing a growth plan for the retailer’s video game market

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Professor David Stowell

Writing in the eye of the storm

02/23/10 – A new textbook by Clinical Professor David Stowell offers an up-to-the-minute take on the investment industry

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Jim McNerney Chairman President and CEO of the Boeing Company

‘Game-changing innovation’

02/19/10 – Boeing CEO Jim McNerney illustrates the power – and necessity – of innovation at the Kellogg Impact Series in Chicago

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PEVC Panel

Cautiously optimistic

02/18/10 – Panelists seek to ‘unlock the value’ in the changing investment landscape at the 2010 Private Equity and Venture Capital Conference

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Real Estate Panel

Warning ahead

02/16/10 – A distinguished alumni panel considers the future of the real-estate industry in the wake of the global financial crisis

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Andrew Ross Sorkin

Kellogg Distinguished Lecture Series: Andrew Ross Sorkin

02/12/10 – New York Times reporter and bestselling author reveals the drama behind the 2008 financial crisis

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Philip Kotler

Kellogg Impact Series: London

02/11/10 – Marketing Professor Philip Kotler headlines the first event in Kellogg’s global series on business, innovation, leadership and society

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Kellogg Super Bowl Advertising Review

Super Bowl Advertising Review

02/08/10 – The Kellogg School rates Google’s ad the best in Super Bowl XLIV; ads from Focus on the Family and the U.S. Census are ranked the worst

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Andrew Ross Sorkin

Kellogg Distinguished Lecture Series: Andrew Ross Sorkin

02/05/10 – The New York Times columnist and bestselling author of ‘Too Big to Fail’ to speak Feb. 9 on Northwestern’s Chicago campus

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Africa Business Conference

Africa: the new economic frontier

02/04/10 – Speakers at the Kellogg School’s first-ever Africa Business Conference highlight the fast-changing continent’s challenges and opportunities

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