- Krannert's Kelly Blanchard named among Poets & Quants 2018 Top 50 Undergraduate Professors
For Purdue Krannert economics professor Kelly Blanchard, teaching is a labor of love. “I enjoy trying to figure out how individual students learn,” she said in an a 2017 article highlighting her use of a mobile app and technology to better connect with
students. “I know what worked best for me as a student, but I’m always interested in experimenting with new approaches and new technologies, especially ones that can improve the learning environment in my large lecture courses.”
- Sports and data worlds combine for community Hackathon
Sports teams – real or fantasy – could be affected by the outcome of what teams of students, faculty and community members developed during an E-sports hackathon on Nov. 9 and 10. The E-sports Data Hackathon was organized in partnership among Krannert
School of Management’s Business Information and Analytics Center, Discovery Park, Integrated Data Science Initiative (IDSI), and SportsUNITED. The 24-hour event was a way for people to collaboratively work together using software programs and analytics to
solve problems facing businesses and industries.
- Krannert’s Mohammad Rahman recognized with 2018 ISS Early Career Award
Mohammad Rahman, an associate professor in the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University, was recently honored with the 2018 Information Systems Society (ISS) Sandy Slaughter Early Career Award, which is presented annually to individuals who are
on a path towards making outstanding intellectual contributions to the information systems discipline. Rahman's research focuses primarily on digital business, big data, omni-channel retailing, technology usage, retail and web analytics, and consumer behavior
and decision making.