Upcoming Events
More Upcoming Events
Faculty News

Kathleen Hagerty named interim dean

Kathleen Hagerty named interim dean

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

Full Story
Alexander Chernev

The dieter’s paradox

09/20/10 – A new study by Alexander Chernev shows that weight-conscious individuals are more likely to believe in ‘negative’ calories

Full Story

Age-old advice

09/13/10 – Visiting Assistant Professor Evan Apfelbaum finds that in thorny situations, elderly adults often provide the best advice

Full Story
Assistant Professor Loran Nordgren

The ‘scope-severity paradox’

09/09/10 – A new study by Assistant Professor Loran Nordgren explores why people have a stronger emotional response to individual victims than to an entire crowd of sufferers

Full Story
Brayden King

The search for identity

09/01/10 – New research demonstrates a link between local communities and organizational identity

Full Story
Dean Sally Blount

Dean Sally Blount welcomes the Class of 2012

08/31/10 – Kellogg's new dean addresses the incoming class with advice and reflections on her own Kellogg years

Full Story
Adam Galinsky

Protecting the powerful

08/31/10 – In response to the Blagojevich trial, Adam Galinsky explores the relationship between power, ethics and punishment

Full Story
Janice Eberly

Leaders in the public sector

08/25/10 – Kellogg faculty and alumni who are making an impact in government and politics

Full Story
J. Keith Murnighan

Social Psychology and Organizations

08/23/10 – J. Keith Murnighan's new book sheds light on the complexity of human interaction

Full Story
Ned Heizer ’51 and his wife Molly in 1989

A ‘profound’ contribution

08/20/10 – Honoring late investment pioneer Ned Heizer '51, the Heizer Center takes a multidisciplinary approach to creating value

Full Story
Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh

Who will foot the bill?

08/19/10 – Associate Professor Joshua Rauh predicts taxpayers will bear much of the $3 trillion in state pension liabilities

Full Story
Ithai Stern

Flattery will get you far

08/16/10 – New research reveals seven types of ingratiation that increase boardroom prospects for top executives

Full Story
Kellogg on Marketing

Leading the fields

08/14/10 – Thoroughly revised for 2010, the second edition of Kellogg on Marketing offers the latest insights from the discipline’s top thinkers

Full Story
Brian Gunia

Seating does matter

08/13/10 – A new study by Brian Gunia explores the impact of seating arrangements on group performance and dynamics

Full Story
Finance Professor Jonathan Parker

What happened to the 2008 stimulus checks?

08/03/10 – Finance Professor Jonathan Parker analyzes the impact of the historic $100-billion stimulus package

Full Story
Bard Harstad

Bard Harstad named the Max McGraw Chair in Management and the Environment

07/30/10 – Business leader McGraw was renowned for his 'commitment to the environment and the business world'

Full Story
Marketing instructor Kent Grayson will be named Bernice and Leonard H. Lavin Professor

Lavin family endows new faculty chair

07/29/10 – Marketing Professor Kent Grayson is named the Bernice and Leonard H. Lavin Professor

Full Story
Professor Tim Calkins

Bruised Apple

07/23/10 – Clinical Professor Tim Calkins says the iPhone 4 is Apple’s first taste of brand crisis

Full Story
Paola Sapienza

Financial Trust Index reaches all-time high at 26 percent

07/21/10 – All components measured show increase in trust, including large corporations

Full Story
 Professor Sid Deshmukh

Going beyond the spreadsheet

07/20/10 – Professor Sid Deshmukh sets a high bar for his Analytical Decision Modeling class: He seeks to make it fun

Full Story
John Schlifske

From the classroom to the C-suite

07/13/10 – With more than 1,000 alumni in CEO roles, the Kellogg School has proven to be a fertile training ground for aspiring leaders

Full Story