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Kathleen Hagerty named interim dean

Senior associate dean to lead business school as search for permanent dean continues

12 Jul 2018

Kellogg Celebrates Ongoing Commitment to Women’s Leadership By Convening Global Women’s Summit

Experiential courses and individualized co-curricular programming provide the launch pad students need to tackle big issues

08 May 2018

Kellogg celebrates alumni leaders at May 3 “With Gratitude”

Dean Sally Blount ’92 joined alumni and friends to celebrate the recipients of the 2018 Kellogg Alumni Awards and members of the Kellogg Leadership Circle.

04 May 2018

Kellogg announces 2018 Youn Impact Scholars

The addition of 10 new Scholars brings the network to 50 alumni changemakers

26 Mar 2018

Kellogg startups aim to solve complex global problems

Experiential courses and individualized co-curricular programming provide the launch pad students need to tackle big issues

14 Mar 2018

Kellogg Global Hub achieves LEED Platinum status

415,000-square-foot architectural gem recognized for its low carbon footprint

11 Jan 2018

    Key Facts

    Class of 2020 46% women admitted

    46% Women

    95% Employment Rate

    60,000+ Alumni Network

    365 Million raised in Transforming Together campaign

    $365M Campaign Progress

    7 Campuses Worldwide

    Our Thought Leadership

    What Happens to Younger Workers When Older Workers Don’t Retire

    Harvard Business Review / As workers decide to stay in the workforce past retirement age, constraints in organizations hold back high-potential younger workers.

    What Google is Teaching Economists About Unemployment Insurance?

    Kellogg Insight / Search data can tell policymakers whether extending unemployment benefits delays job-seeking. Based on the research of Scott R. Baker and Andrey Fradkin.

    Study: Medicaid Expansion Popular Among College Graduates. Does Education Foster Empathy?

    USA Today / Is there a connection between having a college degree and supporting Medicaid? Research explores whether more education leads to more empathy.

    Organizational Change Is Often a Tough Sell, but Encouraging Peer Interactions Can Help

    Kellogg Insight / A study of teachers offers lessons on how to get employees on board with reforms. Based on the research of James P. Spillane, Megan Hopkins and Tracy M. Sweet.

    Why Businesses Should be Optimistic About the Midterm Results

    Fortune / The midterm election impacted immigration reform, infrastructure funding and health care in ways that could be positive for business.

    4 Qualities Venture Capitalists Look for in an Entrepreneur

    Kellogg Insight / A serial investor explains why you need more than just a cool idea. Based on insights from Rick Desai.
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