Kellogg News

Kathleen Hagerty named interim dean

Kathleen Hagerty named interim dean

Senior associate dean to lead business school as search for permanent dean continues

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John Wood

Addressing ‘adversity and tragedy’ in the developing world

01/16/09 – More than 150 million girls didn’t go to school this morning. Here’s what John Wood ’89 is doing about it

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Robert Mueller

Rising to the challenge

01/16/09 – One week after taking office, FBI Director Robert Mueller faced the ultimate management crisis: 9/11

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Professor Arvind Krishnamurthy

Kellogg professor wins Smith Breeden Prize

01/13/09 – Arvind Krishnamurthy’s timely paper reveals the disastrous consequences of fear in the marketplace – and how the Fed can help

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David Rubenstein

Smaller deals, less debt

01/09/09 – Carlyle Group founder David Rubenstein foresees challenging times for the venture capital industry

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2009 Strategy Challenge Winners

'Poets' make 'leaps with assumptions' — and land in winner’s circle

01/09/09 – In the final stage of the Kellogg Strategy Challenge, nine teams vied to offer the best solution to retailer Steve & Barry’s woes. But only one emerged victorious.

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Blythe McGarvie ’78 ‘shakes the globe’ to make an impact

01/08/09 – Courage and curiosity among the leadership skills required to win in the global economy, says Kellogg School graduate in her new book

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Professors Tim Calkins and Derek Rucker

Kellogg Super Bowl Advertising Review set to reveal recession’s impact on brands

01/08/09 – Now in 5th year, faculty-student initiative analyzes marketing effectiveness

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Ben Jones

Environmental issues likely to heat up in 2009, say Kellogg policy experts

01/02/09 – A new president may revisit whether the private market is the best fuel for U.S. energy plans

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Strategy strength on display as Kellogg teams compete in real-world contest

12/30/08 – Economic downturn highlights importance of a good plan, says Kellogg professor spearheading the Jan. 7 Kellogg Strategy Challenge, a new experiential learning initiative

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Fifth annual Kellogg Super Bowl Advertising Review

12/23/08 – Professors Tim Calkins and Derek Rucker to Lead Event

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David Dranove

Sick situation

12/19/08 – Kellogg Professor David Dranove considers how the Obama administration may dramatically reform the U.S. healthcare system. Or not

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Mohanbir Sawhney

Kellogg Centennial Conference to explore how customer insights drive innovation

12/18/08 – In anticipation of the Jan. 11-12 Miami event, Faculty Co-Chair Mohanbir Sawhney tells why getting close to the customer is essential — particularly during an economic downturn

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EMBA Graduation

Aspire to greatness, but don’t lose touch with the team, Kellogg EMBA grads advised

12/15/08 – CDW chief executive tells new executive alumni to stay connected and to use the power of a ‘soft heart’ and ‘sharp mind’ to forge successful path

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Prof. Torben Andersen

Kellogg School finance scholar Torben Andersen elected to Econometric Society

12/15/08 – Prestigious appointment to international economic theory body latest honor for Kellogg asset pricing and volatility expert

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Professr Adam Galinsky

What was Blagojevich thinking?

12/12/08 – Kellogg School Professor Adam Galinsky’s research goes deep into the paradoxes of power to explain how the mighty can fall

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Professor Tim Calkins

Kellogg biotechnology competition draws global interest

12/10/08 – New faculty-designed case is academic centerpiece for Biotech & Healthcare contest, which marks its fifth year by attracting scholars from top schools worldwide

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Kellogg experiential learning initiative builds governance skills

12/02/08 – Nonprofits tap Board Fellows Program for Kellogg talent to fill permanent leadership roles

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Retailers try not to lose cheer — or shirts — during holiday downturn

12/02/08 – Pricing expert Eric Anderson surveys tough landscape as merchants battle for seasonal sales. By giving away too much, do they risk long-term trouble?

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Ann Browning

Leaving ‘9 to 5’ behind

11/25/08 – Kellogg career forum offers alumni a new perspective on workplace options; initiative attracts graduates from other top schools too

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Deal or no deal?

11/25/08 – Kellogg School professors consider whether a federal bailout is what the U.S. auto industry really needs

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