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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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Ronald Williams

Building a legacy of leadership

12/18/09 – Commencement speaker Ronald A. Williams, chairman and CEO of Aetna, urges Executive MBA graduates to ‘demonstrate courage and values’

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Katherine Phillips

Faculty Impact Awards

12/16/09 – Students honor outstanding professors for their dedication and contribution to the Kellogg culture

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John Reinhart

Executive MBA Luncheon Speaker Series: Maersk Line President and CEO John Reinhart

12/15/09 – The shipping company leader talks about the rising threat of piracy and navigating the stormy economy

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Professor Eric Anderson

Recession creates ‘puzzle’ around holiday promotions

12/10/09 – Customers expect big savings, but retailers may resist deep discounting, says Kellogg pricing expert Eric Anderson

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Brenda

Women in Leadership Speaker Series: Sara Lee CEO Brenda Barnes

12/08/09 – In a Kellogg School talk, Barnes discussed the importance of building a common culture to drive change

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James Neary

When deals dry up

12/07/09 – Warburg Pincus executive James Neary ’92 talks to Kellogg students about the challenges in the private equity industry

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ArcelorMittal scholarships

Kellogg students receive ArcelorMittal scholarships

12/04/09 – The international steel company recognizes 12 outstanding first-year students for their academic performance and interest in emerging markets

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Sam Zell

Back to fundamentals

11/30/09 – Real estate lenders and investors are thinking practically and acting conservatively, say speakers at the 2009 Kellogg Real Estate Conference

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Business of Healthcare Conference

Taking on healthcare reform

11/24/09 – Industry experts at the Business of Healthcare Conference ask: ‘Are we going down the right path?’

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Graham Elliot

Food for thought

11/23/09 – Chef Graham Elliot Bowles of “Top Chef Masters” serves a five-course meal and a lesson on creativity to a hungry group of Kellogg students

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The Net Impact team

‘A step in the right direction’

11/19/09 – The Kellogg Net Impact Community is named ‘Chapter of the Year’ by Net Impact, a global organization of students and professionals using business to improve the world

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Don Kohn

Kellogg Distinguished Lecture Series: Donald Kohn

11/18/09 – The Federal Reserve vice chairman argues that oversight, not monetary policy, is the best fix for immediate market problems

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Kirsten Thorne

Chevron executive talks ethics and energy during Kellogg visit

11/17/09 – Social Enterprise series gives students a look at complexities facing today’s leaders

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Derek Rucker

Kindling the gift-giving spirit

11/16/09 – Professor Derek Rucker finds that connecting through emotions might be the key to advertising this holiday season

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Joel Shalowitz

Billing errors a costly drag on health system

11/13/09 – New Kellogg research finds that reforms could save a half-billion dollars annually

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Northwestern selects site for new Kellogg building

11/11/09 – Timing, design will depend upon fundraising efforts, which are now underway

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Gordon Segal

Designing a strong business

11/09/09 – Crate and Barrel founder Gordon Segal ’60: ‘You have to bring design to people at a price that makes sense’

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Stephen Quazzo

‘We all have to adapt to change’

11/06/09 – Communication with stakeholders is critical in weathering the economic downtown, Transwestern CEO Stephen Quazzo says

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Seek

Solving a summer-school conundrum

11/05/09 – A Kellogg case competition seeks to scale a successful summer education program for underserved youth

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