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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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MacEachern Symposium

Government and medicine: A healthy relationship?

11/04/09 – While the White House chips away at healthcare reform, the role of government in medical technology takes center stage at the MacEachern Symposium

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Elizabeth Gore

‘Nothing But Nets’

10/30/09 – Elizabeth Gore of the United Nations Foundation shares the unexpected lessons from a marketing campaign

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Myron Scholes

Flexibility: The key to a better financial system

10/29/09 – Nobel Prize-winning economist Myron Scholes shares his views on the systemic factors that contributed to the financial meltdown

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Impact

Making an impact

10/27/09 – Hundreds pitched in to make this year’s Kellogg Cares volunteer event the largest to date

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Adam Galinsky

Cleanliness is next to godliness

10/26/09 – New research by Kellogg Professor Adam Galinsky shows that clean smells unconsciously promote moral behavior

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GIM papers go online

10/26/09 – A new Web site showcases student research on an international scale

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Northwestern University announces JD-MBA professorship

10/23/09 – A $3 million gift from the General Dynamic Corporation honors retired CEO and Northwestern alumnus Nicholas D. Chabraja

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Yousef Al Otaiba

A history lesson

10/22/09 – The United Arab Emirates safeguards its economy with a diverse investment portfolio, says Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba

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Jonathan Greenblatt

‘A transformational approach’

10/20/09 – The Innovating Social Change Conference explores nontraditional methods for inciting social change

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Paola Sapienza

Trust in stock market stabilizes

10/19/09 – The latest findings of the Financial Trust Index indicate that Americans are slowly regaining confidence in financial institutions

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Rebelo

Why the market went south

10/16/09 – Kellogg finance professor Sergio Rebelo dissects the economic downturn

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The effects of health on wealth

10/15/09 – People who are near retirement but lack insurance put up to 50 percent of their household assets at risk, Professor David Dranove says

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Bob McDonald

Principles of ‘value-based leadership’

10/14/09 – Drawing upon his experiences at P&G, President and CEO Bob McDonald outlines 10 characteristics of a great leader

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Professor Jeanne Brett

Bridging the cultural divide

10/12/09 – Cross-Cultural Negotiation course takes the art and science of debate to the global level

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Colin Coyne

‘Big picture’ and profits merge in alum’s strategic model

10/09/09 – After violating a ‘sacred trust,’ business leaders must transcend conventional thinking to regain reputation, says Colin Coyne ’85

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Chuck Templeton

Solving the dining-out dilemma

10/07/09 – Chuck Templeton ’06 serves up a banquet of reservation options with OpenTable

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Janice Eberly

Full speed ahead

10/02/09 – Professor Janice Eberly, chair of the Kellogg Dean Search Committee, discusses the school’s search for its next leader

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Mohanbir Sawhney

Return on investment

09/30/09 – A stipend program by the Center for Research in Technology & Innovation helped to create ‘a whole universe of opportunities’ for students, even during a down economy

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Joel Tillinghast

Kellogg grad named among ‘world’s greatest investors’

09/29/09 – ‘Stockpicker of the decade’ Joel Tillinghast ’83 is now also a SmartMoney pick

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Leemore Dafny

Tort reform no miracle cure

09/24/09 – Professor Leemore Dafny’s new research finds little courtroom drama in potential healthcare fixes

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