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Published on Sep 19, 2012
Students from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management travel to south India to learn what it takes to bring low-cost medical devices to communities in need.
About Kellogg GIM Trips
Each year, hundreds of Kellogg students participate in a unique experiential learning opportunity called Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) that connects them with senior leaders in business and government all over the world. Students learn firsthand how global issues affect local markets.
Founded at Kellogg in 1990, GIM combines 10 weeks of classroom education with two weeks of intensive field research in their chosen region.