Events and Conferences
A Northwestern student uses a design research method to understand the motivations of farmers in Candelaria, Honduras. Photo @ Galen Macluskey
Technology consistently changes the way we think about the world at a pace never before seen. Created by Kellogg students for Kellogg students, the Kellogg eChats series provides MBA candidates with an opportunity to meet leading thought leaders. The monthly series affords students an opportunity to learn from these leaders and pose questions on topics such as wearables, bitcoin, and other such topics that are changing the way we interact with technology.
Entrepreneur in Residence Program
The Entrepreneur in Residence Program provides students interested in entrepreneurship with the opportunity to receive guidance from and network with entrepreneurs, investors, and other industry experts. Students may sign up for a 30-minute, one-on-one meeting with EIRs through Campus Groups
Corporate Renewal Conference
The Kellogg Corporate Renewal Conference is an annual event, first debuted in the fall of 2014. The theme of the inaugural conference was Corporate Renewal Through Strategy and Innovation: Ways to Invigorate Growth and Scaling, and took place on Oct. 22 at the University Club of Chicago. Read more about the inaugural conference here
The Kellogg Innovation Network (KIN) is a platform for ongoing collaboration between Kellogg faculty, corporate innovation leaders, nonprofits and government. Founded in 2003, the KIN facilitates strategy and management dialogue to promote innovation-led growth and build long-term value.
The KIN Global Summit is a flashpoint for innovation and action that fosters global prosperity. We unite top leaders from myriad professions, countries and industries to define what it means to build and sustain a prosperous global society. Read more about KIN here
Treks are student-led trips to U.S. cities visiting 4-12 companies that represent specific industries and functions. The trips provide students with an opportunity to meet and network with professionals — including Kellogg alumni — in an area of interest. Treks are one day in length on Wednesdays or multiple days (2-5) over breaks. Each trek has a unique process for signing up, which will be communicated by the trek leaders utilizing the club listservs, as well as the CMC.