Our students are doers. They study in different countries, intern with global companies and volunteer to work for noble causes. Our professors are mentors. Krannert’s world-class faculty prepares students to think critically and act responsibly. Our graduates are movers and shakers. Krannert alumni lead some of the world’s largest companies and are included on lists of the most powerful people in the world. At all levels, Krannert is leading the way.
Entreprenership students make video, win trip to South Africa
Four Krannert master's students will visit their fourth continent in one year after winning a video competition. Students are all enrolled in the Global Entrepreneurship Program.
Krannert Private Equity Conference
Highlights from the first annual Private Equity Conference at Purdue organized by Krannert finance students and featuring alumni leaders in the field of private equity.
Dallas area McDonald’s owner/operator throws out first pitch during MLB commemorative game
Roland Parrish, Krannert graduate, President, CEO and Owner of Parrish McDonald’s Restaurants Ltd, which owns and operates 25 McDonalds in the Dallas area was invited to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Texas Rangers vs. Seattle Mariners game on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at Globe Life Park in Arlington, TX. This unique honor is both a tribute to the legacy of Mr. Robinson and a way to celebrate the success of one of America's great business leaders.
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.
Scholarship funds increase for Business Opportunity Program students
Alumni and friends donate funds to increase number of Business Opportunity Program scholarships at Krannert.
Employees and companies benefit from supportive supervisors
Purdue Krannert Professor Ellen Ernst Kossek shows how changes in the work environment can improve the health and well-being of workers and benefit employers at the same time.
You don’t have to be in business to understand it
Ryan Umbeck teaches a class, Introduction to Financial Management (MGMT 304), which covers areas such as balance sheets, income statements and financial planning for businesses. The catch? The class is not intended for business students.
Leadership Conference Opportunity to Network with Top 100 Students
The top 100 Krannert undergraduate students enhance leadership skills and network with recruiters during Doster Leadership Conference in Indianapolis.
Right at home in the Krannert School
Retired from a successful career in human resources, Purdue graduate Tom McDuffee comes back to Krannert to mentor current students.
Deere CEO provides support for business-minded vets
Thanks to a gift from Deere CEO and Chairman Sam Allen, some veterans will receive seed grants to pursue their business dreams.
Prepare for victory
Brad Alge’s love of football inspires the associate professor's research on risk-taking in organizations, specifically NFL fourth-down decisions and outcomes.
Krannert alum hopes to help wash away disease
Krannert entrepreneurship certificate gives Eric Vong the tools he needs to start a business venture providing soap to children in need around the world.
Kim Hauer,chief human resources officer and vice president of Caterpillar, Inc. offers advice to current Krannert students, who will soon share her alma mater.
Making medicines that 'help people live healthy, more active lives'
Emphasis on problem solving and analytical approach at Krannert prepared Maria Crowe for job as president of global manufacturing operations at Eli Lilly.
MBA Student puts heart into her work
Jennifer Evemeyer, MBA 2013, featured in Krannert News