Kellogg News

Professor Leigh Thompson (left) teaches Negotiating in a Virtual World, a new course beginning in Spring 2019. Students will master the skills of successful negotiation and become proficient in virtual communication.

Kathleen Hagerty named interim dean

Kellogg launches 12 new courses on evolving global business trends

New courses provide an immersive, analytical look into some of today’s most pressing global business issues.

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Nota Bene 2009

Rising to the challenge

05/19/09 – Kellogg professors offer encouragement and advice to students navigating a challenging job market

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John Vlahakis ’85

Focus on sustainability

05/15/09 – Environmental concerns come to the fore during Green Week at the Kellogg School

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Robert Shiller

Tuning into “animal spirits”

05/14/09 – Political economist and author Robert Shiller explores how psychology shapes economic confidence

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Alumni Panel

Words of wisdom

05/13/09 – Now leaders in their fields, graduates from the Class of 1979 share their perspectives on the current economic crisis with fellow Kellogg alumni

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Reunion 2009

A milestone celebration

05/11/09 – A record-breaking number of alumni return to Kellogg for Reunion 2009

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Michael Mandelbaum

Shades of green

05/08/09 – How green will our future be? Foreign-policy expert Michael Mandelbaum explores the prospects and challenges of a green revolution

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Tom Stemberg

Learning from experience

05/07/09 – What does it take to launch a global superstore? Staples founder Tom Stemberg shares his hard-won insights with Kellogg entrepreneurship students

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Dan Bartlett

Gaining public trust

05/06/09 – Former White House adviser Dan Bartlett talks to Executive MBA students about maintaining corporate reputations and sending strong messages

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2009 Alumni Awards dinner

A world of thanks

05/04/09 – The Kellogg School recognizes exceptional alumni and friends at the 2008-2009 Kellogg Awards

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the Seven Schools Forum

Taking the lead on collaboration

05/01/09 – The Kellogg School hosts the Seven Schools Forum, a groundbreaking gathering of business-school student presidents

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Jonathan Herbst

Protecting our borders

04/30/09 – In a talk at Kellogg, Ambassador John Herbst explains how ungoverned states threaten national security — and what the U.S. government is doing in response

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Prof. Robert Livingston

The ‘teddy-bear’ effect

04/30/09 – Kellogg Assistant Professor Robert Livingston finds that warmth and ‘babyface’ qualities benefit black CEOs

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A “MOSAIC” of cultures

04/28/09 – A week-long series of lectures, discussions and social events offers Kellogg students a personalized global perspective

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Ben Pace

Global warming?

04/27/09 – Deutsche Bank CIO Benjamin Pace tells Executive MBA students that the global economy is ‘not fully thawed’

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R. Preston McAfee

Web of deceit

04/27/09 – Yahoo! VP shares how the Internet puts one’s privacy at risk - leaving users susceptible to all sorts of troubles

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Professr Adam Galinsky

Living outside the box

04/23/09 – New research by Kellogg Professor Adam Galinsky suggests that living abroad boosts creativity

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C.K. Prahalad

Sharing India’s success

04/23/09 – At the Kellogg School’s India Business Conference, experts assess opportunities in the fast-growing market

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Drew Fundenberg

More than just a game

04/22/09 – Schwartz Lecturer Drew Fudenberg explains how learning plays a role in games — and what that means for Nash equilibrium

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Prof. Victoria Medvec

MBA can help women ‘in any business’

04/22/09 – The April 24-25 Women’s Leadership Workshop encourages women from ‘nontraditional’ backgrounds to consider business school

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Rob Tarkoff

‘It’s a great time to start a business … if you can bootstrap it’

04/21/09 – Industry leaders and students come together at the Kellogg Technology Conference to identify opportunities in a challenging market

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