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Student Loong Chen, left, with a recruiter at the Kellogg career forum, held in February in the Bay area.















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Forums and networking events are keeping Kellogg alumni in the Chicago area up-to-date about how leading corporations are dealing with the challenges of the Internet revolution.

The Kellogg Alumni Club of Chicago hosted "Metamorphosis of the Company: Fall of the Dot Com, Rise of the Large Corporation?" on the Chicago campus in February. Among those featured at the event were Scott Praven, president of United Airlines NetWorks, and Robert James, president of CNA eBusiness.

Those needing a more extensive understanding of the changes in today's economy attended the first of Kellogg's new monthly MBA Update series, daylong presentations on current business issues. Kicking off the series at the Evanston campus' Allen Center in February, professor Tony Paoni explored technology's impact on specific segments of the global economy, and Ranjay Gulati, Michael L. Nemmers Distinguished Associate Professor of Technology and E-Commerce, talked about balancing "bricks and clicks," or merging the tangible aspects of business with the cyberworld. For information, contact Kellogg's Office of Alumni Relations at 847-467-5222.

Alumni and students in the San Francisco area connected with recruiters from local high-tech companies at the school's annual High Tech Career Forum in Burlingame, Calif., in February.