To think of the Kellogg Institute as its own kind of village, as Gill-Wiehl does, is to understand that its 40-year history isn’t defined entirely by place or limited by campus boundaries. Rather, it’s built on the relationships and shared values of committed colleagues.
Engage With Alumni
Students who have been a part of Kellogg Institute undergraduate programs remain a part of our community long after they graduate. From advising our current students to meeting with each other to continuing the work of the Institute, there are many ways our alumni remain a critical part of the Institute.