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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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Bridging the communication gap

08/15/11 – Abbott gives $750,000 to establish the Risk Research & Strategic Action Network

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The National Institute for Public Finance, co-hosted by the Kellogg School, offers officials the premier educational program on public financial management.

The ‘new normal’ of public finance

08/12/11 – In an era of heightened scrutiny, state treasurers head to Kellogg to brush up on budget issues

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“At the end of the day, schools are ecosystems, and the leader — the principal — is the core of that ecosystem,” says Patrick G. Ryan ’97. “The leader is either the catalyst or the limiting factor in how successful a school can be.”

Developing the charter-school leaders of tomorrow

08/02/11 – Patrick G. Ryan Jr. ’97 spearheads the Accelerate Institute, a joint venture between the Alain Locke Initiative and Kellogg’s Levy Institute for Entrepreneurial Practice

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Derek Rucker

The corporate game of ‘telephone’

08/01/11 – A new Kellogg School study reveals how rumors turn into facts over time

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Nicole Stephens

Opting out, or overlooking discrimination?

07/27/11 – How the framework of 'free choice' can obscure the reality of gender inequality

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Professor Paola Sapienza

Financial Trust Index

07/20/11 – The latest findings of the quarterly index show that a majority of Americans oppose raising the debt ceiling

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Blake McShane

Hot or cold?

07/11/11 – A new study finds that natural phenomena, such as tree rings or ice sheets, are weak predictors of annual global temperatures

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Professor Adam Galinsky

Email, video or face-to-face?

07/07/11 – Kellogg researchers explore how communication channels affect negotiation outcomes

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Nota Bene

Needed: Entrepreneurs

07/06/11 – Clinical Professor Steven Rogers encourages graduates to create new businesses and economic opportunities

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Full Time and Part-Time Convocation 2011

Full-Time and Part-Time Convocation 2011

06/28/11 – A 'genuine and earnest' desire to be helpful paves the path toward greatness, Campbell Soup CEO Douglas Conant '76 tells graduates

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Professor Adam Galinsky

The paradox of the disinhibited

06/22/11 – New Kellogg School research suggests that losing your inhibitions can lead to positive outcomes — or social misfires

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Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh

Paying the pension tab

06/22/11 – Associate Professor Joshua Rauh calculates the tax hikes and spending cuts that will be needed to fulfill public pension promises

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At the May 23 debate, Shashwat Yadav ’11 (right) and Associate Professor Gad Allon took the position that international U.S. aid causes more harm than good. By the end of the debate, two-thirds of those in attendance agreed.

The Kellogg Debates

06/10/11 – Student-faculty teams face off over whether U.S. foreign aid is a hindrance or a help

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Florian Zettelmeyer named Professor of the Year

Florian Zettelmeyer named Professor of the Year

06/09/11 – Zettelmeyer, the John L. and Helen Kellogg Professor of Marketing, thanks students for their hard work in the classroom

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Professor Adam Galinsky

Thinking outside the box

06/06/11 – Kellogg researchers find that “mind-body dissonance” enhances creativity

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Daniel Diermeier

Reputation Rules

06/02/11 – In his new book and blog, Daniel Diermeier explains why reputation management should top every firm's priority list

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Latin America needs more entrepreneurs, said keynote speaker Alfredo Capote ’98, managing director of Goldman Sachs Mexico. He called on students to create jobs and serve as leaders in the region.

2011 Latin American Business Conference

05/23/11 – The region offers rich returns, but social and economic inequities must be addressed, speakers say

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Associate Professor Ben Jones

Age and great invention

05/20/11 – Scientists are making their breakthrough discoveries later in life than ever, finds Associate Professor Benjamin Jones, winner of the 2011 Stanley Reiter Best Paper Award

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Brian Gunia, a Ph.D. student in management and organizations

Tipping the scales toward truth

05/17/11 – Conversation and contemplation lead to more ethical decisions, a new Kellogg study finds

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Adam Galinsky named Ver Steeg Fellow

05/17/11 – University fellowship honors excellence in research

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