Kellogg World Alumni Magazine Winter 2005Kellogg School of Management
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Kellogg School EMBA program tops BusinessWeek rankings
Miami Herald features new Kellogg EMBA program
Social Enterprise at Kellogg creates even more value
Central Banking Workshop draws global participants

Real Estate sizzles, may fizzle, conference keynote says

Global leadership demands social responsibility, say Kellogg experts
Student standouts achieve real-world honors
Dual JD-MBA degree gives grads legal, business punch
Guest speakers offer leadership examples, personal tales
Kellogg School's stunning Inuit art collection is a cause for celebration at the Allen Center
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Student Standouts achieve real-world honors
Dell Competition Winners
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Kellogg students took top honors in the 2005 Dell-Microsoft Marketing Case Competition. The students won by applying their business-school knowledge to a real-world marketing challenge. From left: Natalie Prutsky, Ramon L. Rodriguez, Marina De La Torre and Shalini Bhatia, all '06
Siebel Scholars

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The Siebel Scholars program was established to recognize the most talented students at the world's leading graduate schools of business and computer science. Again this year, Kellogg School students have earned this distinction. With Senior Associate Dean Robert Korajczyk (left) are Siebel Scholars Chris Fosdick, Gaurav Wadhwa, Lisa Slouffman, Mya Wilkins and Luca Torre, all '06.

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