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Located on Northwestern University's Evanston Campus, Kellogg School's Global Hub is a 415,000-square foot building designed to inspire collaboration and empower a new era of business leaders in the 21st century.
Kellogg School’s Global Hub inspires the next generation of business leaders by supporting new forms of learning and community building through a combination of the physical and virtual.
The Galvin Family Design Wing is a dedicated space for hands-on experimental learning at Kellogg School of Management.
Gies Plaza is the heart of the Global Hub, designed to be a central meeting place for the entire Kellogg community.
Kellogg celebrates its graduates at the annual convocation ceremony.
Kellogg students are exceptional men and women coming from diverse industries, perspectives and cultural backgrounds to learn at the Global Hub.
Kellogg’s record-breaking Class of 2020 profile includes 46% women and 27% U.S. minorities – reflecting the incredible diversity of thought in our community.