It comes from a chance encounter and conversation with the Krannert Dean. It is found in a realization that your business acumen enables you to make changes that save lives. It often appears during group sessions that might include students from the U.S., Norway, Turkey and Hong Kong. Insight allows you to intuitively see the essential nature of things, the crux of a problem, and then deliver practical solutions.
Procurement Services praises the work of Krannert interns
When Purdue began the herculean task of changing and improving all of its purchasing practices, it didn't hire high-priced business consultants. Instead, it enlisted the help of Krannert students.
Purdue’s online master’s degree in economics attracts STEM students
The Purdue online master’s degree in economics gives students with strong quantitative or STEM backgrounds insight into business, markets and government.
New Direct Admit program attracts top high school students to Krannert
Accelerated classes, professional workshops and unique social events are just some of the perks of Krannert's new Direct Admit Program for incoming freshmen.
Teaching in Bhutan an eye-opening experience
David Luechauer, visiting professor of management, talks about his time teaching at Gaeddu College of Business Studies in Bhutan.
Building a better health care chain
A team of faculty and students from Purdue set out to improve the distribution of medication in Sierra Leone, a country with the highest maternal death rate in the world.
MBA students learn gamification concepts in new class
Karthik Kannan teaches MBA students about gamification and engagement, how to manipulate behavior by using incentives and rewards to produce a desired outcome.
Go behind the score
A book by Purdue grad Tobias Moskowitz documents home field advantage and other hidden influences behind how sports are played and games are won.
Manufacturing a new career
Supply chain risk manager Rose Kelly-Falls credits Krannert’s focus on business fundamentals as the secret to her success.
The Effect of Public Perception on Music Downloading Habits
Professor Karthik Kannan’s research in ethics and technology explores the effect of public perception on digital piracy.
The Debt Ceiling
Jerry Lynch, professor of economics, describes the U.S. debt ceiling, and why the government will never have zero debt.
Coast Guard Admiral credits Krannert School for developing skills
With an international perspective on business and culture, Krannert master’s program a perfect fit for Rear Admiral Tom Ostebo.