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In an effort to support and to empower the next generation of business and social entrepreneurs across the Middle East and North Africa, The Coca-Cola Company and the State Department partnered with the Kelley School of Business in 2012 to develop a one-month entrepreneurship education program for 100 Arab college students.
The Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series focuses on the rapidly growing field of life sciences. Four times a year, top-level executives, health care administrators, government officials, scientists and academics come together for collaborative discussions on medical product marketing, life sciences entrepreneurship, health care reform, information technology in medicine, and other topics and trends in this growing and complex field. Take a look at what you can expect at the conferences, which the Center for the Business of Life Sciences at the Kelley School of
Business has been presenting since 2006.
Dr. Donald F. Kuratko of Kelley's Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation talks with alumnus Derek Pacque and entrepreneurship professor Mark Long about the coat-checking business Pacque started while a student at Indiana University. Find out how Kelley's entrepreneurship program prepared Pacque to start his venture, and what happened after he appeared on ABC's "Shark Tank."
The Kelley School of Business is named after alumnus E.W. “Ed” Kelley, who made a name for himself as a person of extraordinary energy, talent, and leadership abilities in the food industry. Kelley’s 1997 gift of $23 million established the Kelley Scholars Program, which provides four-year scholarships for top business students. His generosity inspired IU to rename the School of Business in his honor.
A new chapter in undergraduate education at the Kelley School of Business began in Spring 2012, as construction began on a $60 million expansion and renovation project set to transform our undergraduate building and Kelley’s role in business education. Follow the progress as we build Kelley’s future.
The Undergraduate Building at the Kelley School of Business was formally named the Hodge Hall Undergraduate Center in recognition of a $15 million gift from alumnus James R. Hodge, president of Permal Asset Management. Find out more about Hodge and how his gift created the momentum to make the Hodge Hall Undergraduate Center expansion and renovation possible.
The Kelley School partnered with Coca-Cola Co. and the U.S. State Department to bring 100 students from the Middle East and North Africa to IU to study entrepreneurship. They presented their ideas for new ventures in Washington, D.C., and visited Coca-Cola in Atlanta before heading home put their plans in action.
Find out how the Kelley School’s collaborative culture creates partnerships focused on success for MBA students.
The Junior Executive Institute is a free pre-college program for high school students from historically underrepresented groups. Qualifying students learn about business and college life at week-long summer sessions that culminate in team business presentations.
The Kelley Living Learning Center at the McNutt dorm just up the street from the Kelley School offers freshmen a chance to live, attend classes, and network with students who share their business interests. They also have a lot of fun.
Each fall, Kelley students, faculty and staff partner with Habitat for Humanity and Whirlpool Corporation, whose CEO is a Kelley alum, to organize an all-IU on-campus blitz, building a house for a local family from framed to finished in just 10 days.
The Kelley MBA Academies link classroom skills and career success, helping you turn theory into practice, knowledge into in-depth insight, and expertise into experience. Your academy partners you with faculty and career coaches who are experts in your career area, giving you an instant network in your chosen field.
Kelley’s Center for Global Sales Leaderships annually hosts the National Team Selling Competition, attracting top teams of undergraduate sales students from America’s leading universities. Altria Group Distribution Company employees role-play as buyers and senior management, and also serve as judges. The 2012 competition is scheduled for Oct. 25-26.
The Kelley School is a leader in business analytics, with one of just a few programs nationally dedicated to this exciting new field that helps business make better decisions based on data. In this video, professor Lopo Rego talks about his research into “Triple Jeopardy” for small brands in the marketplace.
Kelley’s Undergraduate Business Honors Program gives you the benefit of smaller class sizes, leadership development, close interaction with faculty, your own honors adviser, and networking opportunities with alumni and corporate guest presenters.
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