The IU Kelley School of Business gives students at its Indianapolis campus a variety of opportunities to test their lessons in real-world projects and industry partnerships – using Indiana's largest regional economy (and beyond) as the School's largest classroom.
The Kelley School of Business Evening MBA Program in Indianapolis is ranked sixth among 344 part-time MBA programs in the country.
The Indiana University Kelley School of Business has added two new members to its Indianapolis Dean’s Council, the advisory group of metro business leaders that helps maintain close ties and build new connections between Kelley and regional employers.
Katz, Sapper & Miller's annual Manufacturing Survey is authored by IU Kelley School of Business experts, in partnership with Conexus Indiana, Indiana Manufacturers Association
On October 1st, the Venture Club of Indiana will revisit Food Entrepreneurship with an expanded program featuring the local innovators who are shaping the culinary economy in Central Indiana – a topic that’s only gained attention since the group first put it “on the table” at its monthly luncheon meeting last October.
Before the Affordable Care Act, there was little intersection of business and medicine. Physicians were happy taking care of patients, and administrators handled the rest.
The Indiana University Kelley School of Business has developed a 10-week pilot study program designed to impart foundational business knowledge and skills to the people of Kenya through its strategic international partnership with Moi University.
Phil Cochran, executive associate dean for the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, has announced this year’s recipients of three long-standing faculty fellowships.
In the world of accounting, there is no bigger accomplishment than joining the exclusive club of Elijah Watt Sells Award winners.
The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis has named Susan Cauble its first Director of Graduate Accounting Programs.
When you go to school with some 30,000 students, being named among the Top 100 IUPUI undergraduates is a big deal. Fourteen Kelley School of Business Indianapolis students have received such an honor.
Three juniors in the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis are hoping to help change the face of local philanthropy after winning first place in the annual Ideas Solving Social and Economic Challenges pitch competition at IUPUI.
Students aren’t picking their favorite colors; instead they are assigned a color after taking a personality test from the Scotland-based company, Insights.
On Saturday, March 1, cheer for the IUPUI Women’s basketball team as they take on Western Illinois at 3 p.m. in The Jungle.
Kelley School faculty will train volunteer coaches to mentor entrepreneurs in planning, cash management – first session scheduled for January 17th at IUPUI.
Kelley School of Business Indianapolis students receive scholarships every year to help fund their college costs.
Kelley School of Business Indianapolis students competed recently for cash and bragging rights during the Celadon 24-Hour Team Case Study competition.
Kelley School of Business Executive Associate Dean Philip L. Cochran announced today the appointment of J. Reed Smith, professor of accounting, as the faculty chair of the Graduate Accounting programs at Kelley Indianapolis, effective January 1, 2014.
The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis has moved up 10 spots to No. 31 for the best 2013 part-time MBA programs, according to Bloomberg Businessweek and, most importantly, is ranked No. 1 for academic quality.
It is with great sorrow that I share with you that Professor Ken Wright unexpectedly passed away on Sunday evening.
Fifth Third Bank’s Chief Investment Strategist John Augustine on Wednesday will speak to Kelley School of Business Indianapolis students about various investment topics and provide insight into the current and future economic climate.
On Friday, October 25, the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence presents the eighth annual Hazelett Women in Leadership Forum with Dr. Ora Pescovitz, who will talk about My Path: Learning, Leadership & Life.
The certified public accounting firm of Katz, Sapper & Miller LLP today released the results of their seventh annual Indiana manufacturing survey.
If you would have told Raman Bawa that he would be competing with 150 of the world’s longest hitters at the RE/MAX Long Drive Championships, he would have called you everything but sane.
Undergraduate students from the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis competed against teams from 19 schools across the country in the third annual Wayne State/General Motors (GM) Supply Chain Management case study competition September 19-21 in Detroit, Mich.
The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis will feature a four-person panel titled “Embracing Risk to Sustain a Neighborhood” at the Spirit and Place Festival on November 3, 2013, 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m at the IUPUI Campus Center Auditorium located at 420 University Boulevard Indianapolis, IN 46202.
The Kelley School of Business at Indiana University welcomed its inaugural Business of Medicine MBA cohort to program orientation and residency sessions earlier this month, becoming the first top-20 business school in the country to offer a physician-only MBA education.
Managing employee turmoil in any workplace is never fun or easy. And in the fast-paced, high-stakes industry of healthcare, where time is precious and lives are at stake, dealing with interpersonal conflict can be even more challenging.
Jim Plew (BS ’13) left IUPUI this spring with a passion to pursue a start-up endeavor and make a difference.
MBA graduates looking to land a job in today’s challenging market should focus on their potential impact to employers instead of relying heavily on how they look on paper, a panel of HR executives stressed Tuesday.
Vicki Smith-Daniels, faculty chair of graduate business programs in medicine and professor of operations and supply chain management at the Kelley School of Business, wrapped up a two-week national radio tour April 26 with a live appearance on the “News & Views” program hosted by Ronn Allen.
Vicki Smith-Daniels, faculty chair of graduate business programs in medicine and professor of operations and supply chain management at the Kelley School of Business, recently talked with national radio host John Loeffler for his weekly “Steel on Steel” broadcast.
Vicki Smith-Daniels, faculty chair of graduate business programs in medicine and professor of operations and supply chain management at the Kelley School of Business, joined America’s Work Force radio host Ed “Flash” Ferenc on April 16th for a discussion about healthcare.
The IUPUI Alumni Council named five Kelley School of Business students among IUPUI’s top 10 juniors and seniors during the 14th annual IUPUI Top 100 Outstanding Students dinner.
Vicki Smith-Daniels, faculty chair of graduate business programs in medicine and professor of operations and supply chain management at the Kelley School of Business, appeared on the “Price of Business” radio program with Houston talk show host Kevin Price.
When a dishonest executive fraudulently reports his or her company’s earnings, the deception is often hidden behind competitive compensation practices and complex systems- either the finances or the product itself is difficult to understand and thereby difficult to monitor.
In an emergency room, teamwork can mean the difference between life and death. The unique dynamics among team members is what attracted Christopher O.L.H. Porter, Kelley associate professor of management and Randall L. Tobias Faculty Fellow of Leadership Excellence, to research emergency room teams at local hospitals.
To address the leadership needs of a rapidly changing healthcare system, Indiana University Kelley School of Business in Indianapolis has launched the Business of Medicine MBA to prepare practicing physicians nationwide to assume unprecedented management roles.
The concept of moral values often sets the boundaries for corporate strategy.
A team of Evening MBA students from the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis recently earned the top spot in the ACG Cup case competition, sponsored by the Indiana chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth.
Most scuba divers do not begin their hobby by suddenly donning gear and jumping into the ocean.
There is a Chinese legend that tells of an invisible red thread connecting all people who are destined to meet, regardless of time or place.
The term “global company” may insinuate far-reaching manufacturing and distribution of goods and services around the globe.
As Indianapolis residents begin to prepare for tax season, they will have assistance from students from the graduate accounting programs at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis.
Caroline Dowd-Higgins wants you to know you didn’t just “get” a degree. You earned a degree. You earned the award and you certainly earned that promotion.
What began as a project between two high school friends has grown into a popular app with seed funding and national media attention.
The Strategic Management Society (SMS) recently elected as president Marjorie Lyles, professor of international strategic management at the Kelley School of Business and OneAmerica Chair in Business Administration.
Science and business minds work together in two projects between Kelley School of Business Indianapolis students, the IU School of Medicine and the Indiana Clinical and Transitional Sciences Institute.
It is considered to be the most-watched television event in U.S. history, drawing an estimated 111.3 million people in 2012.
When it came time for Industry Week magazine to honor the most influential executive and thought leaders in U.S. manufacturing, the organization inducted Kelley School of Business Professor Emeritus Robert “Doc” Hall into the 2012 Manufacturing Hall of Fame.
A Kelley School of Business Indianapolis alumna has been honored by the Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ) as a top chief financial officer.
As a CPO corporate sponsor, Mike’s Express Carwash receives a variety of benefits, including speaking engagements for company leaders, invitations to CPO recruiting events and the opportunity to place recruiting messages on the school’s electronic display boards.
The results from the 2012 Indiana Manufacturing Survey: “Halftime” for Indiana Manufacturing indicate that Hoosier manufacturers are stronger this year than at any point since the Great Recession.
Negotiations training isn’t limited to trial by fire on the job.
Tax law may seem like a static subject, but Bob Jamison, professor of accounting at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, says it’s actually very fluid.
When Hostess Brands Inc. announced plans to wind down operations and sell off iconic brands such as Twinkies during bankruptcy, it meant plant closures and a loss of hundreds of jobs in Indiana.
What are your spring break plans? Consider Evening MBA spring break trip to India and earn 3 credits toward your degree.
Kelley School of Business alum Marcus May (BS ’03) co-developed a new smartphone application to put these arguments to the test.
In this election year, voters repeatedly list the economy as their number one concern.
If a group’s success depends on the achievement of all involved, one might think everyone would be willing to lend a hand when one group member clearly struggles.
Deloitte has a substantial presence in India and is growing rapidly, according to Kulsrud, who points out that Deloitte and other national accounting firms such as Ernst and Young, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and KPMG are expanding their practices.
If you expanded a restaurant chain into five locations, how would you differentiate each one?
As the Nazis marched through Europe during World War II, Hitler seized famous artworks he liked and destroyed those he didn’t.
Kacy Allgood (BS ’03) has been named the 2012 Sewell Fund Learning Partnership Fellow. Allgood, who has a master’s degree in library science and a B.S. in business from the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, both at IUPUI, is a certified emergency medical technician.
At a recent personal branding workshop hosted by the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis Women’s MBA Alumni Advisory Board, Hand led a discussion about how to make the best use of social media for professional purposes.
When the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that the City of Indianapolis did not violate equal protection laws during the years-long battle over property tax assessments, an alumnus from the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis had won a case before the highest court of the land.
An effort to expand education to millions living in poverty in India is being directed with the concept of giving educational opportunities to those in the lowest of India’s caste system.
Sometimes all you need is a fresh pair of eyes. When a group of operations managers from several Indianapolis businesses get together every few weeks, they share advice with peers in non-competing markets.
Saxton asked the group of over fifty attendees to consider the definition of a brand and how one associates with such a name.
Mike Headly, Allison’s vice president of international marketing, was the guest speaker at the finale of the international competitive strategy class taught by Charles Dhanaraj, associate professor of management and Schmenner Faculty Fellow.
The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis will participate in the 14th Annual Kelley School of Business-Krannert School of Management Undergraduate Case Study Competition on October 26 and 27.
IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis graduate Leo Denault will assume the role as Chief Executive Officer at Entergy, Corp. Denault is currently the Chief Financial Officer at Entergy, an integrated energy company providing electricity for several southern states.
In the first 100 days since Samsung Electronics released its new Galaxy S3 smartphone, the company has sold 20 million units.
With an increase in enrollment this year, Kelley Indianapolis needed to expand physically in order to give more students access to our classes.
Kelley School of Business Indianapolis was recently ranked among the top 10 master's of taxation programs in a nationwide survey by JobsInTax.com, part of the TaxTalent network.
The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis is proud to announce that it will partner with IndyHub and IUPUI in the return of Career Compass for the Creative Class.
When it came to designing his steel mills, Andrew Carnegie focused on speed and efficient materials handling.
Economic recessions have historically spawned new businesses. More than half of all Fortune 500 companies got their start during a downturn, according to the Kaufman Foundation.
To be in charge of a $100 million sensor manufacturing company is a challenge for any business school senior. But two teams in Todd Roberson’s J411 Analysis of Business Decisions course ranked top in a global simulation competition, a first in his time teaching the course. Kelley School of Business Indianapolis teams ranked number one in return on equity as well as return on assets, in a competition involving several hundred teams competing from as far away as Israel, Germany and Turkey.
When Janell Shaffer’s hair stylist left for another salon, Shaffer didn’t have a replacement in mind. The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis graduate (BS ’95) rarely made a buying decision without consulting reviews, but couldn’t seem to find any for hair stylists.
Whether it’s baking cakes or roofing a house, small business owners are often great at what they do, but may lack the expertise or staff to devote to marketing their work.
Kelley School of Business Indianapolis students spend summers in many different ways: internships, part-time jobs, camps and classes.
Pfizer Animal Health has named Shelley Stanford, DVM, MS, MBA, Director, US Pork Technical Services.
IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis MBAs ranked second and third in a consulting project in Dalian, China.
Indiana University Health Saxony Hospital has named Gaurav Arora, MD, FACEP, as the new chief medical officer (CMO) at the Fishers hospital. Arora is currently pursuing an MBA through the Indiana University Kelley School of Business Indianapolis.
We all have people in our lives whose personalities are just…different. Perhaps it’s a boss with a very dominant personality or a colleague who can’t ever seem to make a decision.
Ensuring equal access to justice for all individuals motivates Oni Harton. And her commitment to helping people who are unable to pay for professional legal assistance has culminated in her induction to the Indianapolis Bar Association Hall of Fame.
The NBA draft is just around the corner. Having finished the 2011-2012 season with the third-best record in the Eastern Conference, the Indiana Pacers enjoyed their first playoff series in seven years.
Business students typically don’t study the mechanics of kidney dialysis. However Kelley School of Business Indianapolis students are learning about the business implications of dialysis treatment through a unique program specific to the IUPUI campus.
As the 2011-2012 school year comes to a close, the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis honored its scholarship and award recipients at a breakfast at University Place Hotel.
Kelley School of Business Indianapolis senior Andrew Welling said he was surprised to learn that he’d won two student awards.
Wohlreich was grateful that Kelley traditionally makes case studies an integral part of normal course work.
Each year a Chancellor’s Scholar Award goes to the graduating senior with the top GPA in each IUPUI school.
Two esteemed business leaders with extraordinary commitment to volunteerism and giving back will address graduates of the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis at its May 13 commencement recognition ceremonies.
For Top 10 IUPUI student and Kelley finance major Assoumaou Mayaki receiving an education was always a foregone conclusion. Her father, Ibrahim, grew up in a poor neighborhood in Niger and always stressed the value of a college degree.
For many students, four majors, two minors and recognition as an Honors College scholar would complete a successful college career. Not for Daniela Klaz. Among the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis senior’s most important achievements is the title civic leader.
When you go to school with some 30,000 students, being named among the Top 100 undergraduates is a big deal. Nine Kelley School of Business Indianapolis students have received such an honor.
The new leader of the Kelley Indianapolis Office of Student Diversity plans to take the Kelley message to diverse audiences on and off campus to help people better understand the opportunities and advantages of the local business school.
College involves a time of tremendous change for Kelley students as some move from teen to adult while others transition from novice to skilled professional.
Dena S. Cox, professor of marketing and faculty fellow at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, has received a $99,600, two-year research grant from Merck to study factors influencing young women’s adoption of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine.
Kelley School of Business Dean Daniel C. Smith and Associate Dean for Indianapolis Operations Philip L. Cochran announced today two leadership appointments that will drive the school’s graduate business programs.
Non-profits across Indianapolis and perhaps the country could find new life in recruiting volunteers and raising support for their causes through a new online application being launched soon with the help of a Kelley Indianapolis student.
Evening MBA students at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis will play a key role in the launch of a new restaurant concept by a local business looking to expand its brand beyond the ordinary.
Many current students and alumni have asked the school to increase the opportunities for student-alumni networking.
Joe passed away Sunday, November 13, 2011, following an unexpected illness, with his family at his side. He was born June 25, 1931 in Portland, Indiana to the late Alton Hartley and Josephine (Norris) Hartley.
Beginning with his childhood days of saving quarters given to him by his great-grandfather, Kelley Indianapolis student Travis Gwyn always saw himself having a career in finance.
A lecture series hosted by the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis will share the valuable leadership lessons gleaned from the epic adventure of Sir Ernest Shackleton, whose 1914 journey to the South Pole is the subject of a new exhibit at the Indiana State Museum.
Kelley marketing Professors Anthony and Dena Cox will present their research on the “self-prediction effect” on consumer behavioral responses on Oct. 18 at a conference at Utrecht University in the Netherlands.
Dena S. Cox, professor of marketing and faculty fellow at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, has received a $99,600, two-year research grant from Merck to study factors influencing young women’s adoption of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine.
The Kelley School of Business proudly announces a longtime faculty member in accounting will serve as the inaugural Katz, Sapper & Miller Faculty Fellow.
The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis announces new members to its Board of Visitors, an influential group of business leaders working to guide the school toward continued success and impact.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board recently awarded a senior student a $10,000 scholarship to continue her pursuit of an accounting degree at Kelley Indianapolis.
The Kelley School of Business lost a longtime faculty member early Tuesday morning as Professor Richard Rogers passed away peacefully in his sleep at his home.
The American Institute of CPAs recently selected an alumnus of the Kelley School of Business graduate accounting program to participate in its 2011 Leadership Academy, an annual honor given to just 30 people nationwide.
Idalene "Idie" Kesner, an accomplished educator, administrator and leading researcher on strategic management, will head Indiana University's Kelley School of Business as its next dean, pending approval by the IU Board of Trustees.
A team of undergraduate students at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis recently placed second in the final profit round at the global Capsim Simulation Experience.
A new agreement between the Kelley School of Business and a leading Chinese university promises to open up new learning opportunities for students and faculty from both institutions.
Father’s Day this year held special significance for 24-year-old Kelley Indianapolis graduate Chandler Shambarger.
Indiana businesses continue to grow into international markets at a brisk rate, requiring Hoosier companies and universities to focus on developing talent with a global skillset, a panel of experts recently said.
Based on the Leading Index for Indiana (LII), the state's feeble economic recovery will continue through the summer and early fall.
The first and only director of the Office of Student Diversity at Kelley Indianapolis soon leaves the position knowing the IUPUI campus and Kelley School have made great strides in embracing the diverse community it supports.
The honoree list at the annual IUPUI Spirit of Philanthropy Awards Celebration included an alumnus and longtime donor to the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis.
Two businessmen with extensive experience working in international markets will address graduates of the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis at its May 15 recognition ceremony.
A group of graduate marketing students at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis share the excitement of city leaders celebrating the planned opening of a new bank designed to help local residents rise from poverty.
Watch a video about Hoosier Fellows find leadership lessons in the pits
Watch a video of the IU Business Conference about the role of government in business.
A successful Kelley School of Business MBA graduate and global businessman returns to the Kelley School’s Indianapolis campus in March to continue his role as the inaugural Randall L. Tobias Chair and Executive in Residence.
Navigating today’s struggling job market requires effectively leveraging your experience and networking with the right people, skills recent graduates say have proven invaluable early in their careers.
Three Kelley School graduates will join the IUPUI Athletics Hall of Fame following a Feb. 18 induction ceremony and reception.
The red carpet of fame leads through the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis building Tuesday as the “KelleyWood” celebration honors the some of the school’s notable alumni and the strong network that helps them succeed.
The Little Red Door Cancer Agency will receive a $500 donation as a result of a marketing campaign designed by students at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis.
The national award originated at Syracuse University and now is presented at Oklahoma State University's School of Entrepreneurship to recognize the research contributions of an outstanding scholar in the field of entrepreneurship.
The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis delivered its 2010 Access Award recently to local printing and marketing company CIK Enterprises.
The Kelley Student Alumni Partners (KSAP) invites students from all Kelley programs to participate in the second annual Kelley School of Business Alumni Association Case Competition.
The Kelley School of Business earned a first-place finish in the annual Kelley-Krannert Business Case Competition held Saturday.
Continuing in its tradition of presenting outstanding examples of women leaders, the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence will host dramatic soprano and Indianapolis native Angela Brown as the latest presenter for the Nov. 3 Hazelett Forum.
Four teams from the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis will join the hordes of canoe teams on the downtown canal this weekend to compete in the second annual IUPUI Regatta.
Kelley’s New Student Orientation allows academic advisors and school administrators a chance to introduce new students to the school and discuss the many advantages to the Indianapolis location.
Getting back to the books for Kelley Indianapolis students also means it’s time to get Back to Business, an annual celebration to welcome students back to school and provide opportunities to learn more about what Kelley has to offer.
While it may be convenient to add in a trip to the grocery store after a good workout at the gym, newly published research confirms it may not be the best idea for your waistline.
According to a new survey released by Bloomberg, Indiana could be called "the cradle of chief executive officers."
Like many MBA students, John Vanausdall applied to the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis looking to distinguish himself.
The following list of students includes all those recognized for outstanding achievements by the IUPUI Office of Student Involvement and the Undergraduate Student Government.
Two prominent Indiana University alumni will serve as keynote speakers for the May 9 commencement ceremonies for the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis.
The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis each year recognizes the talented faculty who contribute immensely to the success and caliber of the business school.
The Office of Student Involvement recently recognized a graduating senior from the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis as the IUPUI Outstanding Female Student Leader.
Read a message from Ken Carow, associate dean for Kelley School of Business Indianapolis research and programs.
The Kelley School of Business, in partnership with other academic units at Indiana University, is sponsoring a collegiate tour hosted by the Government Accountability Project (GAP), which is aimed at informing university students about the accomplishments of whistleblowers.
Julie Barker, director, Field Human Resources and Recruiting, Appirio, and a 2005 graduate of the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, was recently honored as Human Resources Professional of the Year, receiving the Award for Professional Excellence from the Indiana State Council of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
Kevin J. Brinegar, president of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and a 1994 graduate of the Kelley Evening MBA program, was recently selected to chair the Council of State Chambers. Brinegar will lead the prestigious industry organization until September 2016.
The sixth annual Kelley Indianapolis career fair will give students and alumni the opportunity to network with professionals from Indiana and abroad.
A great university must have great teachers. They ensure students are prepared for success in the world outside the classroom.
When the Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ) named its top Indiana financial executives of 2013, the Kelley School of Business was well represented with five alumni recognized for their financial leadership.
Imagine elementary school children operating banks, managing restaurants, writing checks and voting for mayor. Kelley Indianapolis’ Young Alumni Council (YAC), in partnership with Junior Achievement of Central Indiana, made this a reality for Indianapolis-area youth through a simulation called Biztown.
After graduation, Gretchen Gaskin knew she wanted to continue playing the sport she loved—basketball.
In its ranking of the best graduate schools in 2014, U.S. News and World Report has named the Kelley School of Business Evening MBA program in Indianapolis ninth in the nation for part-time MBA schools.
Since 2004, the Kelley School of Business has been engaged in international graduate education through the International Graduate Business School (IGBS) in Zagreb, Croatia.
Clinical Associate Professor of Marketing M. Kim Saxton will offer a social media workshop at the 2012 Central Indiana Minority and Women’s Enterprises Division Resource Fair this summer.
Bank of the Cascades President and CEO Terry Zink has announced that Daniel Lee (BS ‘79, MBA ’83) has been appointed to serve as Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer of Cascade Bancorp and Bank of the Cascades.
Kelley School of Business Indianapolis Associate Dean Philip Cochran has announced that Clinical Assistant Professor of Marketing Kim Saxton has been promoted to Clinical Associate Professor of Marketing, effective July 1, 2012.
The Office of Student Involvement held their 5th Annual Leadership Reception Sunday, April 22 at the IUPUI Campus Center.
The creator of the fastest growing shoe company in the world soon will speak at IUPUI now that the campus has won a national campaign to promote shoe giveaways to impoverished children.
The Evening MBA Program at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis maintained its status of one of the best programs in the country as judged recently by the U.S. News and World Report.
A group of Evening MBA students from the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis will travel to Russia this month for what has become an annual study tour of emerging economies across the world.
Online teaching technologies helped many courses at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis continue on schedule this week, despite a record-breaking ice storm that shut down the campus.
The newly created Young Alumni Council at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis will provide a strong alumni network and professional development opportunities for recent business school graduates.
A junior finance and international studies major at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis will spend part of next semester in London as one of about 50 students across the country to intern in the London finance and banking industry.
The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis plays hosts Friday to the annual Kelley-Krannert Business Competition, a contest between bright business minds from two respected programs.
An adjunct faculty member at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis will once again serve on the Board of Examiners for the Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award, the highest level of recognition for performance excellence given to U.S. organizations.
The Evening MBA Program at the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis ranks in the Top 10 of all part-time programs nationwide, according to a recent listing by U.S. News and World Report.
A senior accounting and finance student at the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis has been named the 2010 INCPAS Outstanding Accounting Major for IUPUI.
MBA students from the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis will travel to Brazil this month to explore its emerging economy and connections to international business.
The importance of embracing a new age of diversity in leadership highlighted the 2010 Multi-Sector Leadership Forum hosted recently at the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis.
Following in the success of the 2009 Neighborhood Block Party event, the “Now Boarding: Kelley Indianapolis” international study event will highlight the growing international presence among the Kelley student body as well as the international study opportunities currently available to students.