In India’s hour of need, business school students and admits in the U.S. have been pitching in. Kellogg alumnus, Sayali Karanjkar ‘09, is raising money for oxygen concentrators and other much-needed medical equipment.
Article quotes Professor Nicholas Pearce regarding Kellogg’s Executive Education programs, saying that corporate clients are increasingly requesting programs on social change, employee well-being and DEI due to their interest in using business as a platform for social change.
Article announces a $3.5M gift from Golub Capital to sponsor Kellogg’s Board Fellow Program for five years and create a second Golub Capital Social Impact Lab that will facilitate advanced social impact research.
Article announces this year’s Kellogg Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge winners, and quotes Professor Megan Kashner, who says that students in today’s world bring a higher desire to make an impact than ever before.
Podcast features Professor Dean Karlan who helps answer questions regarding the banking system: how do the unbanked or underbanked financially navigate living in the U.S.? And what does an increasingly cashless future look like for them?
Broadcast features The Allstate Foundation and its free equity training which helps nonprofit leaders to analyze their own beliefs and work to find unconscious biases. The program was developed in partnership with experts at Kellogg’s Center for Nonprofit Management.
Article features Kellogg alumna Sahar Jamal ’19 on her journey to launching her startup Maziwa, and how Kellogg’s entrepreneurship and social impact resources helped her to attain successful growth after graduation.
Kellogg will host ClimateCAP: The Global MBA Summit on Climate, Capital & Business in spring 2022. This annual summit, in partnership with business-school programs across the globe, brings together students and leaders across industries to discuss business engagement with issues of climate change.
Article by Professor Dean Karlan explains how fundraisers can use Giving Tuesday as an on-ramp to more regular giving, rather than a one-off donation, by leveraging the bundling and heterogeneity concepts in behavioral economics.