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Kellogg’s Dean Sally Blount to Step Down

Northwestern University Provost Jonathan Holloway has announced that Kellogg School of Management’s Dean Sally Blount—the first woman to lead a global business school—will step down at the end of the 2017-18 academic year after solidifying Kellogg’s place …

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Kellogg School Receives $10M Gift, Global Hub on Track for 2017 Opening

Nearly two years after breaking ground on its $220 million, state-of-the-art education center known as the Global Hub, Kellogg School of Management has confirmed that the 410,000 square-foot facility is inching toward completion and on track …

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Kellogg Recruits Linda Darragh to Lead New Entrepreneurship Initiative

The Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University has appointed Linda Darragh as Executive Director of the Levy Institute for Entrepreneurial Practice and the Heizer Center for Private Equity and Venture Capital effective July 1. …

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At Kellogg School of Management, a New Era Awaits

This post originally appeared on the U.S. News–Strictly Business MBA admissions blog. Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management recently announced sweeping changes designed to transform business education and thought leadership in the 21st century. As …

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Checking In With Kellogg’s Dean Sally Blount

~A Stacy Blackman Exclusive~ It’s been a busy first year for Kellogg School of Management’s new dean, Sally Blount. Since coming on board last July, Blount has: overseen the launch of Kellogg’s new Think Bravely …

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Narrow Focus Threatens B-Schools, Says Kellogg’s Dean Blount

As more and more business schools attempt to deliver graduate management education at lightening speed, the unpleasant side effect tends to be a limited focus on cultivating complex thinkers and not enough emphasis on true …

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