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100 MBAs To Watch In The Class of 2018 – 07/18/18
Article examines 100 MBAs to watch for in the Class of 2018, featuring Kellogg student Nishant Rastogi.

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Best and Brightest Executive MBAs: Class of 2018 – 06/20/18
Article features three recent graduates from Kellogg’s Executive MBA program, sharing their stories and accomplishments. The profiles of Hans-Martin Hellebrand, Rachel Parent, and Keely Goodwin, as well as the other alumni highlighted also appeared in Forbes.

The Wall Street Journal

Tech Companies to Watch 2018 – 06/13/18
FourKites, founded in 2014 by Kellogg graduate and Zell Fellow Matt Elinjickal, was named one of The Wall Street Journal’s Top 25 Tech Companies to Watch. FourKites produces technology that tracks the temperature and location of shipments, as well as predicting arrival times. The announcement was also covered in Chicago Inno.

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Four Lessons from Kellogg’s Global Women’s Summit – 06/04/18
Article written by 2Y student Lauren Levine highlights the Kellogg Global Women’s Summit, which was a day-and-a-half event for hundreds of alumnae, students and business leaders to convene and have genuine dialogue about the obstacles women face in business. The article mentions four key takeaways from the summit.

Morgan Stanley Ideas

Storm Fund Wins 2018 Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge – 04/13/18
The winning proposal, the ASEAN Storm Resilience Fund, will help communities in Southeast Asia prepare for extreme weather events in the region.

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Tech’s Appetite for MBA Graduates Explodes – 02/11/18
Article highlights the rise of tech and its impact on MBA recruitment. The article highlights the increase in the number of tech grads from 2013 to 2017 at top MBA schools. Kellogg has seen a 13 percent increase, seeing its tech graduates rise from 12 percent to 25 percent.

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P&Q’s Top MBA Startups: Naked, Fitness Tracking in 3D – 02/07/18
Article spotlights the startup Naked Labs and interviews the company’s COO / Kellogg alumnus Ed Sclater. Since graduating from Kellogg in 2014, Sclater has worked on the product that shows how your body is changing with each workout.

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Small Progress for Women MBA Founders – 02/06/18
Article highlights the top women-founded MBA startups. The article mentions Kellogg startup Wise Apple, which was ranked the No. 82 women-founded startup.

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Kellogg MBAs Name Best Super Bowl Ads – 02/05/18
Article written by Kellogg student Rob Pothier recaps the student experience from this year’s Super Bowl Ad Review.

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What I learned in my first year at Kellogg – 01/09/18
Article by former U.S. Marine and Kellogg second year George Eggers highlights his first year at Kellogg, elaborating on the importance of self-reflection as well as Kellogg’s unique thought leadership and distinct programs.

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Go West, Young MBA! Kellogg Grads Do – 11/14/17
Article takes a look at how this year for the first time ever, more MBAs graduating from Kellogg took jobs outside of the Midwest, and nearly a third of the class of 2017 accepted employment in the Bay Area, Seattle, Los Angeles, and other key western cities.

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Class of ’17: Meet Bain & Co’s Newest MBA Hires – 11/08/17
Article features consulting firm Bain & Company’s newest MBA hires, highlighting Kellogg graduate Adanna Ukah. When asked how b-school helped to prepare her for her career at Bain, Ukah said: “It’s a tie between evaluating trade-offs of my public speaking class with Senior Lecturer Karen Van Camp, who is a legend at Kellogg, which was an excellent prep for close listening and communicating effectively on the fly.”

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Meet Kellogg’s MBA Class of 2019 – 10/30/17
Article features a profile of Kellogg’s MBA Class of 2019, including 12 Q&As with students from the incoming class.

Clear Admit

Fridays from the Frontline: When Kellogg Says “Social Impact,” It Means Business – 10/27/17
Article by Kellogg student Sahar Jamal talks about what social impact means to her—and what it means at Kellogg—and why the common ground between the two made her choice of schools an obvious one.

Financial Times

EMBA students and alumni share their top tips – 10/15/17
Article features students and alumni from top EMBA programs as they share the most important lessons they have learned thus far, highlighting Kellogg EMBA graduate Idara Umoh Nickelson. She notes, “I hold my current position because a Kellogg alumnus contacted the school about an opening at his company. My capabilities and the backing of a successful alumnus helped seal the deal.”

MBA Crystal Ball

16 things every Kellogg MBA applicant should know – 09/11/17
Article features Director of Admissions Melissa Rapp giving her insight on what aspiring Kellogg students should know while completing their Kellogg applications. It also highlights Kellogg as “the first business school in the world to begin interviewing student applicants to access their leadership potential and suitability.

Financial Times

It takes video to land a place at a top business school – 09/10/17
Article discusses how business schools around the world are shifting the emphasis of applications from written essays to “multimedia-based pitches,” highlighting Kellogg’s requirement of applicants to answer three video questions and write two essays, as noted by Kellogg student Amanda Van Hoet. “Communicating effectively via video is crucial,” said Assistant Dean of Admissions Kate Smith.

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The Favorite Classes Of Top EMBA Grads – 09/05/17
Article takes a look at the key takeaways EMBA graduates learned from their favorite business school classes, quoting Kellogg alum Oliver Jarrett on a “light bulb moment” that changed his approach towards maximizing sales during a “Strategic Operations” course.

Strong Suit

Diversity Is The Smart Thing To Do. But How To Do It? – 09/05/17
Podcast features Chief Diversity Officer Anise Wiley-Little as she discusses how diversity in any organization is the not only the right thing, but the smart thing. She further details ways to increase the diversity in one’s workplace, and mistakes to avoid along the way.

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The Pioneering MBAs In The Class Of 2019 – 08/27/17
Article takes a look at the MBAs in the Class of 2019 who are pioneering in their respective areas of expertise. Incoming Kellogg student Alyssa Forman is profiled on page 21. Forman chose Kellogg for its collaborative culture and hopes to be a leader in the social impact community.

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