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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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Professor Daniel Diermeier

Japan in crisis

03/18/11 – Professor Daniel Diermeier weighs in on the corporate and governmental response to the earthquake in Japan

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Brian Uzzi

Synchronicity pays

03/15/11 – Instant messaging helps traders buy and sell at the right time, Kellogg researchers find

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Shane Greenstein, the Elinor and H. Wendell Hobbs Professor of Management & Strategy

The Internet and innovation

03/11/11 – Professor Shane Greenstein testifies before Congress on network neutrality

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Soledad O’Brien

'The real ROI'

03/11/11 – The 24th annual Black Management Association Conference inspires attendees to empower future generations

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Kellogg Debate

The Kellogg Debates

03/09/11 – Faculty-student teams face off over the question: Should current U.S. immigration barriers be relaxed?

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David Matsa

Closing the corporate gender gap

03/07/11 – A higher proportion of women on a company’s board leads to greater opportunities at the executive level for women, David Matsa finds

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Divya Narendra

Setting things straight

02/25/11 – Kellogg student and 'The Social Network' figure Divya Narendra discusses lessons learned and new ventures

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Professor Adam Galinsky

Testosterone’s impact on bargaining behavior

02/22/11 – New research by Adam Galinsky demonstrates that higher levels of prenatal testosterone ‘increase the appeal of getting even’

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Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh

Pension pitfalls

02/16/11 – Professor Joshua Rauh testifies before Congress on pension liabilities

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J. Keith Murnighan

‘What’s in a name?’

02/15/11 – When it comes to building trust, positive or negative associations with a particular name can make all the difference, Kellogg researchers find

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Mind-body expert Deepak Chopra signed books and greeted Kellogg students after a Feb. 8 talk at the Kellogg School.

The soul of leadership

02/14/11 – Deepak Chopra gives insight into unlocking the leader within

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“Tough economic times can be great times for an entrepreneur,” Kellogg Professor Steven Rogers told entrepreneurs at a Small Business Incubator information session on Jan. 27. “Half of Fortune 500 companies were founded in tough economic times.”

An economic boon for Edgewater

02/11/11 – The Larry & Carol Levy Institute for Entrepreneurial Practice partners with a Chicago neighborhood to develop local entrepreneurs

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Volkswagen tops 2011 Kellogg School Super Bowl Advertising Review; Lipton Brisk Iced Tea runs cold

02/06/11 – Student panel finds social media, auto ads drive this year’s lineup

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ESPN founder Bill Rassmussen

Evolution to revolution: Marketing’s next leap forward

02/04/11 – Speakers at the 2011 Kellogg Marketing Conference take a closer look at how advancements in technology and media are changing the industry

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Biotech Case Competition

2011 Biotech and Healthcare Case Competition

02/03/11 – MBA students from around the world come to Kellogg to forecast the growth potential of a newly approved drug

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Dimons in the Rough

A clean sweep

01/27/11 – Kellogg teams take the top spots in the 2011 JP Morgan M&A Challenge

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former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson

‘The big decisions we made were the right ones,’ Henry Paulson tells Kellogg students

01/26/11 – The former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury offers his views on crisis leadership, regulation and his ‘biggest mistake’

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Professor Paola Sapienza

Trust in financial system on the rise

01/24/11 – The bank and stock market recovery are helping to rebuild trust, but discontent lingers with regard to mortgage lenders and predatory lending, the Chicago Booth/Kellogg School Financial Trust Index finds

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Nidhi Agrarwal, associate professor of marketing and the James R. McManus Research Chair

Self-control and choices

01/19/11 – Nidhi Agrawal explores why we take the easy path after exerting ourselves

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