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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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Award Winners

With gratitude

05/03/12 – The Kellogg School honors distinguished graduates who build and strengthen the Kellogg network

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05/02/12 – Despite positive indicators, overall trust in America’s financial system hovers at 22 percent

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Medicine and money

05/02/12 – What role should altruism play in healthcare? Experts at the 2012 MacEachern Symposium consider the question

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2012 Latin America Business Conference

Stepping up to the world arena

05/01/12 – The 2012 Latin America Business Conference highlights the growth of one of the world’s most dynamic regions

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Ehud Kalai

Kellogg professor named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

04/19/12 – Ehud Kalai is one of nine Northwestern University faculty members elected to the prestigious honor society

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Kellogg Professor Janice Eberly, currently serving as assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasury

Insights from inside the Beltway

04/19/12 – In a highly charged political environment, numbers become the voice of reason, says Kellogg Professor Janice Eberly, currently serving as assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasury

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2013 McCormick Scholars announced

04/16/12 – Media Management majors Carson Oliver ’12 and Daniel Ryan ’12 will receive full tuition for three quarters at Kellogg

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The case for ‘supply-side’ environmental policy

The case for supply-side environmental policy

04/10/12 – Buying and conserving dirty fossil fuel deposits may be the best way to fight climate change, Associate Professor Bard Harstad finds

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Exhausting, or exhilarating?

04/04/12 – Depending on the threat, conflict can leave one energized — or depleted and ready for chocolate, Professor Adam Galinsky finds

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Victoria Medvec, executive director of Kellogg’s Center for Executive Women, will be among the speakers at the upcoming Women’s Leadership Workshop on April 13-14

Unlocking women’s potential

04/02/12 – Women on nontraditional career paths will learn about the advantages of a Kellogg MBA degree at the 2012 Women’s Leadership Workshop

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Linda Darragh

Entrepreneurship expert Linda Darragh returns to Kellogg

03/29/12 – The globally recognized leader in entrepreneurship education will serve as executive director of the Levy Institute for Entrepreneurial Practice and the Heizer Center for Private Equity and Venture Capital

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Kellogg Lecturer Andrew Razeghi

A job creation roadmap

03/23/12 – In testimony to Congress, Andrew Razeghi explains how the government can foster and support high-growth entrepreneurs

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Facebook to justify $100 billion the company would have to show sustainable “super nova” profits

Facebook IPO: Like or Dislike?

03/21/12 – Professors Anup Srivastava and Craig Chapman evaluate whether the social network is really worth $100 billion

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Kellogg Debate

Kellogg Debates

03/16/12 – Faculty-student teams face off over whether the global carbon footprint can be shrunk by private enterprise alone

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Six ways to diminish dehumanization in medical settings

03/15/12 – Assistant Professor Adam Waytz identifies the factors that contribute to a bad bedside manner

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Assistant Professor Nicole Stephens

An unseen disadvantage

03/15/12 – The focus on independence at American universities can undermine the academic performance of first-generation college students, Assistant Professor Nicole Stephens finds

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Healthcare Rx

Q&A: Professor David Dranove

03/14/12 – The healthcare reform expert addresses some of the key issues facing an industry on the cusp of change

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Ithai Stern

Mirror, mirror

03/09/12 – Flattery can be dangerous to corporate leaders, Assistant Professor Ithai Stern finds

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Siri co-founder and former CEO Dag Kittlaus

Making a Siri-ous splash

03/02/12 – Siri co-founder Dag Kittlaus explains how an upstart company with an innovative product won over early investors

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