Net Impact's Learning team develops and curates learning experiences for students throughout the broader Kellogg community to learn about social impact through faculty and alumni lunch and learns, experiential learning, and case competitions.
Sample events include:
The social impact curriculum features a wide array of courses designed for students who want to create positive social change, no matter what career path they choose. Through in-class and experiential learning programs, students develop the necessary skills to pursue leadership positions across a variety of organizations in the public, private, and social sectors.
At Kellogg, a team of world-class scholars and practitioners leads the teaching and research of social impact. They challenge students to explore the role of managers and the responsibility of organizations in supporting the well-being of society. With diverse backgrounds and deep expertise, these faculty members balance theoretical knowledge with practical experience and bring a cross-disciplinary approach to the classroom.
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