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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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The winning team (L-R): Holly O’Dell, Kaleigh Ross, Cody Fischer, Tanya Pramatarova, and Jackson Edwards (all ’14)

Changing education

11/02/12 – Team of five Kellogg students captures top honors with “encompassing, creative solutions” for education reform

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New Ventures

New Ventures

10/30/12 – Kellogg Innovation Network event spotlights Chicago startup scene

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2012 Chicago Innovation Awards

Faster, cleaner, safer, healthier

10/26/12 – Kellogg, Northwestern teams shine at 2012 Chicago Innovation Awards

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The skinny on SlimBooks

10/25/12 – Kellogg student challenges traditional publishing with innovative venture

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Timothy Calkins; Clinical Professor of Marketing

Defending Your Brand

10/17/12 – Professor Tim Calkins’ new book shows business leaders how to protect their companies from competitive threats

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'Slowly healing'

10/10/12 – Alan Krueger, chair of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers, shares insights into the nation’s economic standing

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Podcast: How much is your customer's time worth?

10/08/12 – If you are in the fast-food industry, a surprising amount, Professor Gad Allon finds

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Kellogg Professor Alok Choudhary

A limitless focus group

10/04/12 – Big data in social media has transformed marketing. Kellogg Professor Alok Choudhary challenges companies to take advantage of this goldmine

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Kellogg's second-year students were welcomed back to school Sept. 18 by Kellogg administrators, who brought them up to date on a host of new initiatives.

2013 Fall Convocation

09/26/12 – Members of the Class of 2013 are inspired to ‘finish strong’ during their final year at Kellogg

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Breaking through the glass ceiling

09/13/12 – Women lend women a helping hand to obtain top positions, Kellogg research finds

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Marketing Professor Neal Roese

Hindsight is 20/20

09/06/12 – Professor Neal Roese sheds light on the tendency to believe that ‘we knew it all along’

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With 658 students from across the United States as well as 47 countries, the Class of 2014 characterizes the high-performing, diverse student body that has become the hallmark of Kellogg life.

Welcoming the Class of 2014

09/05/12 – Kellogg leaders encourage first-year students to 'think bravely with us'

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Associate Professor Camelia Kuhnen

What happens to the CEO?

08/31/12 – Associate Professor Camelia Kuhnen explains when and why new leadership might be a firm’s best decision

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Assistant Professor Nicole Stephens

The social class divide

08/17/12 – Kellogg Professor Nicole Stephens makes the case for a new model to understand and reduce class disparities in health and education

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“Your passion is a major source of others’ inspiration,” Professor Adam Galinsky told the students. “You cannot inspire others if you yourself are not inspired.”

Of two minds

08/14/12 – Those who learn to embrace two cultures experience the greatest benefits from living abroad, new Kellogg School research finds

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On the case

08/10/12 – Taking on the timeliest business issues of today, Kellogg’s case studies are must-read materials in classrooms worldwide

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The ‘snowball approach’ to debt

The ‘snowball approach’ to debt

08/07/12 – Kellogg researchers find that consumers who tackle small balances first are likelier to eliminate their overall debt

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Associate Professor Derek Rucker

Why do we buy?

08/01/12 – Associate Professor Derek Rucker and doctoral student Soo Kim examine new dynamics between threats and consumption

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Financial Trust Index dwindles to 21 percent

Too big to trust?

07/24/12 – Chicago Booth/Kellogg School Financial Trust Index dwindles to 21 percent, reflecting the collapse in trust in national banks

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Eric Chang '13 (left) demonstrates the Northwestern Global Health Foundation's tablet prototype to two nurses in a clinic in Mbarara, Uganda. Chang was one of 34 Northwestern students in the inaugural Innovate for Impact course this year.

World changers

07/11/12 – Students in Kellogg’s Innovate for Impact class travel the globe on a quest to make a difference

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