Kellogg wins Jamieson Prize
Kate Kellogg and Rodrigo Verdi were each awarded the 2021 Jamieson Prize for Excellence in Teaching, established to honor educational innovation and excellence. The Jamieson Prize for Excellence in Teaching Award is the most prestigious teaching prize offered by the School. The award was established in 2006 and is awarded each year to two MIT Sloan faculty members, as well as two electrical engineering and computer science faculty members, for their contributions to educational excellence at MIT. Watch the video.
"Navigating the Jagged Technological Frontier: Field Experimental Evidence of the Effects of AI on Knowledge Worker Productivity and Quality."Dell'Acqua, Fabrizio, Edward McFowland, Ethan R. Mollick, Hila Lifshitz-Assaf, Katherine C. Kellogg, Saran Rajendran, Lisa Krayer, François Candelon, and Karim R. Lakhani. Harvard Business School Technology & Operations Mgt. Unit Working Paper, (24-013), Working Paper. September 2023. MIT Sloan Ideas Made to Matter Article.
"Why Providing Humans with Interpretable Algorithms May, Counterintuitively, Lead to Lower Decision-making Performance."DeStefano, Timothy, Katherine C. Kellogg, Michael Menietti, and Luca Vendraminelli, MIT Sloan Working Paper 6797-22. Cambridge, MA: MIT Sloan School of Management, October 2022. WSJ Article.
Areas of Interest
- Solving AI’s Last Mile Problem
- Predictive and Generative AI Implementation
- Future of Work
- Cross-boundary Collaboration
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