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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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Private Equity conference 2009

Gone but not lost

02/13/09 – The glory days may be over for private equity and venture capital investors. But that doesn’t mean the industry is a done deal

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Professor Daniel Diermeier

Thriving in a world of risk and change

02/13/09 – Centennial conference in Zurich focuses on leadership in a turbulent business environment

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Professor Camelia Kuhnen

Born to gamble?

02/11/09 – A new study by Assistant Finance Professor Camelia M. Kuhnen suggests a genetic basis for risky financial behavior

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John Meacham

Bridging the political divide

02/05/09 – Newsweek editor Jon Meacham says Obama has a chance to temper the culture wars

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Victory for the home team

02/04/09 – Students from the Kellogg Part-Time MBA program take first prize at this year’s Biotech & Healthcare Case Competition

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Bill Weldon

The importance of being earnest

02/02/09 – ‘Good guys finish first,’ says CEO Bill Weldon in his candid lecture about the values of Johnson & Johnson

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Prof. Calkins and Prof. Rucker at the Super Bowl Advertising Review

Kellogg School of Management ranks best, SoBe worst in Super Bowl XLIII

02/02/09 – Panel notes that value messages, competitive claims reflect economic pressure

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‘A trust crisis’

01/27/09 – As the economic crisis deepens, Professor Paola Sapienza's 'Financial Trust Index' measures the loss of confidence in financial institutions

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2009 Marketing Conference

Rules of engagement

01/26/09 – Experts at the Kellogg Marketing Conference explain that there’s a right way -- and a very wrong way -- to engage with consumers during these economic times

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Alumni real estate panel

Holding pattern

01/26/09 – Kellogg alumni assess the impasse in the real estate industry

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Kellogg School of Management Faculty and MBA Students To Lead Fifth Annual Super Bowl Advertising Review

01/26/09 – How will advertisers perform during economic hardship? Results available immediately following the game

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‘Take the risk, take time to experiment’

01/22/09 – Graduates discuss the latest in ‘customer-centric innovation’ at Kellogg Centennial conference in Miami

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Barack Obama

Change leadership

01/19/09 – Kellogg School professors weigh in on the management lessons awaiting President Barack Obama

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John Wood

Addressing ‘adversity and tragedy’ in the developing world

01/16/09 – More than 150 million girls didn’t go to school this morning. Here’s what John Wood ’89 is doing about it

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Robert Mueller

Rising to the challenge

01/16/09 – One week after taking office, FBI Director Robert Mueller faced the ultimate management crisis: 9/11

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Professor Arvind Krishnamurthy

Kellogg professor wins Smith Breeden Prize

01/13/09 – Arvind Krishnamurthy’s timely paper reveals the disastrous consequences of fear in the marketplace – and how the Fed can help

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David Rubenstein

Smaller deals, less debt

01/09/09 – Carlyle Group founder David Rubenstein foresees challenging times for the venture capital industry

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2009 Strategy Challenge Winners

'Poets' make 'leaps with assumptions' — and land in winner’s circle

01/09/09 – In the final stage of the Kellogg Strategy Challenge, nine teams vied to offer the best solution to retailer Steve & Barry’s woes. But only one emerged victorious.

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Blythe McGarvie ’78 ‘shakes the globe’ to make an impact

01/08/09 – Courage and curiosity among the leadership skills required to win in the global economy, says Kellogg School graduate in her new book

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Professors Tim Calkins and Derek Rucker

Kellogg Super Bowl Advertising Review set to reveal recession’s impact on brands

01/08/09 – Now in 5th year, faculty-student initiative analyzes marketing effectiveness

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