Kellogg World Alumni Magazine Summer 2005Kellogg School of Management
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Professor Kathleen Hagerty named senior associate dean
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Kellogg recognizes contributions of key alumni, friends with annual awards dinner
Steven Rogers named professor of the year

'Nota Bene' lectures share eclectic faculty knowledge

Influential guest speakers bring leadership insights to Kellogg audiences

Reunion 2005: Traveling through time and space

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New grads set record for class gift participation and funds raised
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Class of 2005 gift

Members of the Class of 2005 Gift Committee present Associate Dean of Development Roger (Whit) Shepard and Assistant Director of Annual Giving Michelle Brandt with a generous contribution to Kellogg.


New grads set record for class gift participation and funds raised; more than $500,000 to support renovation

The full-time Class of 2005 has left an exciting legacy at the Kellogg School. The 2005 Class Gift Campaign achieved 97 percent participation and has pledged a total of $512,612 toward its collective gift, which set a new record for class giving by nearly doubling the highest amount raised in Kellogg history. The student body voted to allocate the funds to renovate room 102 in the Donald P. Jacobs Center. This study lounge will include a solarium with a view of Deering Meadow and will be accented with art.

Kellyn Smith and Shannon Taylor led the gift campaign. Thanks to their dedication and persistence, and their entire committee's efforts, the class also raised enough to support future Kellogg students by funding a scholarship in the Class of 2005's name.

The class gift is a tradition at the Kellogg School and allows students to leave a legacy for future classes. Graduating students are asked to make a four-year pledge commitment to Kellogg. The school is grateful for the generous support of our newest alumni and for all their efforts in making this gift campaign such a success!

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