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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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Alexander Chernev

Lifestyle branding: The new frontier of brand competition?

05/09/11 – New research redefines the scope of brand competition and reveals the pitfalls of lifestyle positioning

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Janice Eberly

Headed to Washington

05/05/11 – President Barack Obama nominates Professor Janice Eberly to key Treasury post

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“Green is the color of money,” Hunter Lovins (left) said during a Green Week dialogue with Kellogg Dean Sally Blount.

Green Week 2011

05/02/11 – Sustainability expert Hunter Lovins and Dean Sally Blount talk about what it really means for businesses to go green

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“For the first time in many years, American manufacturing is doing better than the rest of the economy,” Michael Ducker ’99, COO of FedEx Express, said in his keynote address at the 2011 Kellogg Manufacturing and Operations Conference.

2011 Manufacturing and Operations Conference

04/29/11 – Flexibility, scale and scope are deemed the keys to competing in today’s global manufacturing sector

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“It’s not just the connection that’s important — it’s the relevancy of the connection.” — Associate Marketing Professor Derek Rucker

MOSAIC Week 2011

04/28/11 – An interactive workshop on global advertising highlights the importance of connecting with consumers across borders

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President Álvaro Uribe

'Leading change'

04/22/11 – Addressing the topic of leadership, former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe talks about lessons learned during his eight-year administration

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Sachpreet Chandhoke (left) and Puneet Gupta, both ’11, took first place at the 2011 International Impact Investing Challenge in New York City on April 8.

A sustainable win

04/20/11 – Kellogg School students take first place at the International Impact Investing Challenge

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McCormick Scholors

2012 McCormick Scholars announced

04/19/11 – Media Management majors Gabrielle Arnay and Jeremy C. Wilson will receive full tuition for three quarters at Kellogg

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Can the next wave of activism be driven by social media? A panel of experts addressed that question at the 2011 Kellogg Tech Conference on April 9.

Connecting through innovation

04/18/11 – The 2011 Kellogg Tech Conference highlights the transformative power of technology and social media

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Harry Kraemer ’79, clinical professor of management and strategy and author of From Values to Action: The Four Principles of Values-Based Leadership

Bringing values to life

04/15/11 – Inspired by his students, Harry Kraemer pens From Values to Action, a book based on his popular leadership course at Kellogg

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IBM Professor of Regulation and Competitive Practice Daniel Diermeier

A Behavioral Theory of Elections

04/14/11 – A new book by Professor Daniel Diermeier outlines a new model for explaining voting behavior

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Lakshman Krishnamurthi

Global growing pains

04/13/11 – Lakshman Krishnamurthi pens an article about India’s fast-growing population in The Wall Street Journal

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Assistant Professor Loran Nordgren

Crossing the line: What constitutes torture?

04/12/11 – Research by Assistant Professor Loran Nordgren suggests that the current legal standard for evaluating torture is ‘psychologically untenable’

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In a keynote speech at the Africa Business Conference, Thabo Mbeki, the former president of the Republic of South Africa, said Africans need to take an active role in moving the continent forward.

Africa’s golden age

04/08/11 – At the 2011 Kellogg Africa Business Conference, speakers focus on seizing the continent’s wealth of opportunity

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Daniel Diermeier

Kellogg professor on NPR

04/07/11 – In an interview on ‘All Things Considered,’ Daniel Diermeier discusses spiraling government spending

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Professor Adam Galinsky

Walking in another's shoes

04/06/11 – New study shows how taking another person’s perspective leads to smoother interracial interactions

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Nicole Stephens

The dark side of choice

03/30/11 – Thinking about choice can make people less empathetic and less supportive of policies that shape society, Assistant Professor Nicole Stephens finds

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 David Gal, assistant professor of marketing at Kellogg School

How self-control leads to anger

03/24/11 – A new study by David Gal finds that dieting can stir up aggressive behavior

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Neal Roese

Romantic regrets

03/22/11 – Love remains a main source of regret for typical American, study finds

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