Faculty advice for the Class of 2015
“Be curious and don’t stop learning. The world is constantly evolving, and you should be too.” — Brayden King
“Leadership is often determined by the courage of the questions you ask, not only the answers you give.” — Michelle Buck
“Never allow yourself to get so busy that you starve the relationships that matter most.” — Nicholas Pearce
Kellogg celebrated the graduation of the Class of 2015 this past weekend. Prior to the ceremony, Kellogg’s faculty members were asked to offer their advice to the new graduates.
Their responses ranged from the ideas of working hard and constantly learning to remembering to smile and focusing on more than just work.