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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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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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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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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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Sunil Chopra

Fostering a rich legacy

09/23/09 – Dean Sunil Chopra discusses the Kellogg School’s priorities for the coming year

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Yael V. Hochberg

Venturing forward

09/11/09 – Kellogg raises the bar in its private equity and venture capital courses, giving students an edge in a tight-knit industry

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Professr Adam Galinsky

Don’t stand by me

09/10/09 – New research by Kellogg Professor Adam Galinsky explores the role of personal connections in failing projects

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Sunil

Incoming students join the ‘Kellogg family’

09/03/09 – The Class of 2011 receives a warm welcome — and sound advice — on their first day of business school

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Tim Calkin

Is your brand sharp enough?

09/02/09 – Great global brands demand clarity and distinction — and a strategic framework to capture customer value, Kellogg experts say

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Associate Professor Paola Sapienza

Gender, testosterone and financial risk

08/24/09 – Associate Professor Paola Sapienza explores the influence of testosterone on risk-sensitive financial decisions and long-term career choices

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Susan E. Perkins

Creating ‘win-win-win’ solutions

08/21/09 – International Business Strategy in Non-Market Environments pushes students to think beyond their assumptions

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Professor Derek Rucker

Fatigue and consumer certainty

08/19/09 – Research by Associate Professor Derek D. Rucker suggests that tired consumers are more receptive to advertising and likelier to buy

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Michael Mauboussin

Taking stock in the real world

08/17/09 – The Asset Management Practicum offers students a firsthand experience in portfolio management

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Professor Linda Emanuel

A healthy change

08/12/09 – Professor Linda Emanuel seeks to improve risk management in the medical industry through the Patient Safety Education Project

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Andris Zoltners

Raising sales in a stagnant economy

08/10/09 – Professor Andris Zoltners’ new book outlines strategies for building an effective sales force, even as the economy struggles to recover

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Professor Jeanne Brett

Professor Jeanne Brett receives lifetime honor

08/06/09 – The International Association for Conflict Management recognizes Brett for her ‘impact across disciplines’

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