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Orientation Week

September 8-14, 2002


9/9/2002 -
 
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Orientation week for full-time MBA students incorporated addresses by several prominant speakers, including Art Holden, Chairman of First Genetic Trust, and Betsy Holden, CEO of Kraft Foods North America; Doug Conant,
CEO of Cambell Soup and Bill Brodsky,
Chairman and CEO of the Chicago Board of Options Exchange.

CIM Program
Conceptual Issues in Management (CIM) is an orientation program for all incoming first-year students to introduce them to the Kellogg culture and prepare them for life at the Kellogg School.

The CIM Program provides the opportunity for students to meet their classmates, interact with faculty, build teamwork skills, appreciate the diversity of Kellogg students' backgrounds, perform community service, participate in social activities, go to a Chicago Cubs game and much more!