Krannert tax expert offers end-of-year tipsWEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — It may be the busy holiday season, but it's also the season to carve out some time for last-minute tax preparations.
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- Weekend MBA student Ryan Stremke shares why he chose to continue his education at Krannert
A career at Purdue University offers many advantages, including the opportunity to continue your education. In this installment of CIO Update, Purdue System CIO Gerry McCartney introduces us to three Purdue employees who have been actively engaged in their careers to the benefit of themselves and the institution.
- Purdue, GE to collaborate on advanced manufacturing to enable faster, efficient brilliant factories
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue University on Thursday (Dec. 4) announced that GE Global Research will invest up to $10 million in a five-year partnership focused on research and development in advanced manufacturing.
- First-year MBA Writes about his first semester at Krannert
First-year MBA Writes about his first semester at Krannert
- Good luck to our MBA team, 1 of 5 in the Penn State-Smeal Sustainability Case Competition!
Five teams of MBA students from programs in the U.S. will compete Dec. 5 for $17,500 in prize money in the inaugural Penn State Smeal College of Business MBA Sustainability Case Competition.
- Krannert Gear tailgate T-shirts are now available!
Krannert Gear tailgate T-shirts are now available!
- 2014 Global Venture Labs Investment Competition
Forty teams from around the world will gather in Austin, Texas from May 1-3, 2014 to compete for the title of Global Champion, which includes $75,000 in cash and prizes and the right to close the NASDAQ in Times Square. In addition to the Global Champion, over half of the participating teams will take home cash prizes totaling an additional $50,000. The 2014 competition also features an expanded Wells Fargo Clean Energy Challenge, with the winner taking home a $20,000 cash prize.
- Krannert Alum Named UTC President and CEO
United Technologies Corporation (NYSE: UTX) today announced that Louis R. Chenevert has informed the Board of Directors of his retirement as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Gregory J. Hayes, UTC Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, has been elected President, Chief Executive Officer and a director. Edward A. Kangas, lead independent director, has been elected non-executive Chairman of the board.
- ?Purdue Startup Guide to Provide Advice, Resources for Entrepreneurs
As part of an ongoing strategy to foster entrepreneurism, Purdue innovators now have access to a Purdue Startup Guide that provides information on how to protect and commercialize an invention.
- Three Reasons to get a Purdue MBA: ROI, Practicality, and Alternate Industries
Grads From a Handful of MBA Programs Are Flooding Manufacturing
- Human Library
Purdue's Women in Management Program presents the Human Library. As a "reader" come to learn about "books" from other walks of life. Krannert Drawing Room, November 14 1:30-4:30pm firstname.lastname@example.org
- Purdue MBA Ranks Third in One-Year Return on Investment
Purdue MBA Ranks Third in One-Year Return on Investment
- Krannert Hosts Business Boot Camp for Veterans
A week-long event at Purdue University's Krannert School of Management is helping veterans get a new start on life, and it's part of a special boot camp for injured and disabled vets who want to start their own business.
- Purdue expert: Online holiday sales likely to be 10 percent of total
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Online holiday sales are expected to be 10 percent to 15 percent higher than last year, says Richard Feinberg, a Purdue University professor of retail management.
- Great story about Krannert alum Anika Jackson
Great story about Krannert alum Anika Jackson
- Krannert Women in Management to offer Human Library
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management will host its first Human Library event Nov. 14.
- Maximizing the Campus Visit - Beat The GMAT
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- 3 Great Tips to Make Your Application Shine
The first admissions deadline is approaching rapidly approaching on November 15. Don’t worry, there’s still plenty of time to perfect your application. Here are a few tips to help you shine with the admissions committee:
- Krannert to host entrepreneurship program for disabled veterans
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Krannert School of Management will host 26 veterans from around the United States on Oct. 31-Nov. 8 for its sixth annual Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) program.
- Registration deadline approaches for the 28th annual Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition
WEST LAFAYETTE - Registration is underway for the 28th annual Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition, the third-oldest business plan competition in the country, slated for Feb. 17 at Purdue University's Discovery Park.
- GE CEO Shares Leadership Tips
GE Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt and Purdue President Mitch Daniels sat down recently on Purdue’s campus to discuss how the company and the university can work together on global problems. The talk, “Meeting Our Challenges: A Conversation” covered many diverse topics including innovation, talent, business initiatives, competition and a developing a global culture. GE and PurdueWhen asked, Mr. Immelt shared his advice for students on becoming better leaders for tomorrow.
- Purdue Ranks Fourth in Big Ten for MBA Earnings
Purdue Ranks Fourth in Big Ten for MBA Earnings
- The 100 out and proud heroes of the business world who have risen above barriers to success - Krannert's Beth Brooke #3
The 100 out and proud heroes of the business world who have risen above barriers to success - Krannert's Beth Brooke #3
- How to make your appplication shine - Beat the GMAT archived chat
How to make your appplication shine - Beat the GMAT archived chat
- The 20 Best College Towns In America - Home of Purdue is #12
The 20 Best College Towns In America - Home of Purdue is #12
- Business Insider Ranks Krannert Fourth Most Diverse Business School
Business Insider Ranks Krannert Fourth Most Diverse Business School
- Trustees ratify named professorships, approve floor for agricultural economics
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - The Purdue University Board of Trustees on Friday (Sept. 26) voted to ratify three named professorships and approved naming the seventh floor of the Krannert Building the Beck's Floor for Agricultural Economics.
- Krannert dinner to honor alumni, feature talk by NASA’s Kranz
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Krannert School of Management will honor six Purdue University alumni and faculty during its 14th annual Leadership Speakers Series dinner Sept. 26.
- David Hummels named Krannert interim dean
David Hummels, professor of economics at Purdue and research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, will serve as interim dean of the Krannert School of Management, effective today (Sept. 4).
- Applications being taken for disabled veterans' program
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. —Applications are being accepted for the sixth class of the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities.
- Robots unlikely to take big bites out of employment, expert says
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Advances in artificial intelligence and robotics mean that machines will soon be able to do many of the tasks of today's workers. And not just blue collar jobs in areas such as manufacturing, but even in such white collar occupations as lawyers, doctors and – gulp – journalists.
- Krannert alum Jim Mitchell speaks on success of Fuhu
Krannert alum Jim Mitchell speaks on success of Fuhu
- Krannert announces fall Executive Forum lineup
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Top company executives and entrepreneurs from across the country are among the speakers for this fall's Krannert School of Management Executive Forum.
- NASA’s Gene Kranz to keynote Krannert event
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Gene Kranz, the legendary NASA flight control director who led the effort to save Apollo 13, will give the keynote address Sept. 25 at the Purdue University Krannert School of Management’s 14th annual Leadership Speakers Series.
- Former All-American Herrmann returns to Purdue
Mark Herrmann is back on the Purdue University campus — this time as staff member.
- Krannert's Roland G. Parrish Library of Management & Economics ranks #11 in the 30 Most Impressive University Business School Libraries
Krannert's Roland G. Parrish Library of Management & Economics ranks #11 in the 30 Most Impressive University Business School Libraries
- Greater Lafayette ranks #9 for best small places in the nation for business and careers by Forbes
Greater Lafayette ranks #9 for best small places in the nation for business and careers by Forbes
- Purdue trustees ratify 3 distinguished professors, approve Office of Research and Partnerships, recognize donors
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue University's Board of Trustees on Friday (July 18) ratified the appointment of three distinguished professors, approved the previously announced reorganization of the offices of Research and Global Affairs, and approved a resolution of appreciation for those who have donated $1 million or more to Purdue.
- Purdue announces record-breaking year in commercialization activities
Purdue University had record-breaking numbers in commercialization activities highlighted by 24 startups based on Purdue intellectual property, tripling the previous year's number, Purdue Research Foundation officials announced Thursday (July 10). This and other existing Purdue startups drew more than $20 million in publicly announced funding last year.
- Work-Life Innovators to be Honored This Month - Krannert Professor Ellen Kossek
Congratulations to Krannert Professor Ellen Kossek for receiving a Work Life Legacy Award from Families & Work Institute.
- Financial Times, Ask the Expert: MBA Jobs Clinic
Meet Krannert graduate Mary (Slater) Jones, a global consultant at Shell Oil company on Thursday, June 12.
- Veterinary Practice Management Training Program to celebrate 25 years at Purdue
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A longstanding management training program for veterinary professionals at Purdue will celebrate its silver anniversary in September, with the start of its 25th series of modules covering core management issues. The Veterinary Practice Management Program (VPMP) offers 72 hours of graduate level instruction through the Krannert School of Management to help veterinary professionals manage the business side of their practices.
- Questions to ask during your interview
Good examples of questions to ask during a graduate school admissions interview by Krannert's Emily Warter.
- Purdue continues to make national headlines with tuition freeze, military partnership and Gallup-Purdue Index
Purdue continues to make national news with last week's Gallup-Purdue Index, the announcement that the Board of Trustees plans to freeze tuition for another year and the university's partnership with the U.S. Navy.
- PMP/CAPM Exam with Becker
Course designed for individuals either preparing to take the Project Management Institute's PMP certification exam or the CAPM certification exam.
- Purdue MBA Jessica Rush writes Foreword Reviews' 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award Finalist
Purdue MBA Jessica Rush writes Foreword Reviews' 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award Finalist
- Krannert School of Management Launches Specialized STEM MBA
This June, the Krannert School of Management at Purdue will welcome the first influx of students onto its new STEM MBA for STEM professionals (in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) who are looking to pursue a specialized MBA within these subjects.
- Demand Family Friendly Work Practices
Krannert School of Management Professor Ellen Kossek provides advice for managers on how to strike an appropriate work-life balance.
- Don't delay: Read these tips for tax procrastinators
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Jason Stanfield, a lecturer in accounting at Purdue University's Krannert School of Management and a CPA, offers some last-minute tips for those who still haven't filed their 2013 taxes.
- Biggest Improvement in MBA Employment
Krannert is #7 among top business schools with the biggest improvement in MBA employment in the last 5 years.
- Purdue MBA Speaks at TedX
Purdue MBA David Smith shares his take on developing a relevant space exploration industry at TEDxPurdueU '14
- 5 reasons to bring NCAA tournament into the workplace
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - For some employees, the NCCA basketball tournament is an experience they savor each year. For others, it is a yearly detour into the world of low-stakes betting in office pools. And for still others, it is something in which they have no interest and wonder what all the fuss is about.
- Kickstarter founder to give corporate ethics talk
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. —Perry Chen, creator and chairman of crowdfunding site Kickstarter, will speak March 27 as part of the Purdue University Series on Corporate Citizenship and Ethics.
- Purdue team selected as regional finalist for prestigious Hult Prize
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - A team of Purdue University students competing for this year's Hult Prize and $1 million in startup capital was named a global regional finalist, participating in the upcoming event in Boston.
- Krannert Professor Ellen Kossek encourages employers to embrace the NCAA basketball tournament
A team of Purdue University students competing for this year's Hult Prize and $1 million in startup capital was named a global regional finalist, participating in the upcoming event in Boston.
- Purdue prof: Bitcoin growing in influence
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Purdue University professor says Bitcoin, the virtual currency, is growing a wider audience.
- Bearing Analytics, ExDie Cleanin Technologies claim Purdue's 27th annual Buton Morgan Business Plan Competition
An analytics sensor for predicting bearing failure in machinery and a company developing an alternative method for removing excess material during the aluminum extrusion process were the big winners Tuesday (Feb. 18) at Purdue University's $100,000 Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition.
- Bearing Analytics, ExDie Cleaning Technologies claim Purdue's 27th annual Burton Morgan Business Plan Competition
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - An analytics sensor for predicting bearing failure in machinery and a company developing an alternative method for removing excess material during the aluminum extrusion process were the big winners Tuesday (Feb. 18) at Purdue University's $100,000 Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition.
- Sierra Club director to give Purdue talk via Skype
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Michael Brune, executive director of Sierra Club, will speak via Skype to a Purdue audience Monday (Feb. 24).
- Purdue Startup Competition Offers Funding to Student Entrepreneurs
Nearly $15,000 will be given to Purdue University student entrepreneurs who place in the top spots of the eight-week startup competition The Boiler: Purdue Mini-Accelerator Competition.
- Women at business school - Ellen Kossek, professor
Ellen Kossek is a professor of management at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management in the US. She is also the inaugural research director of the school’s Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence, which focuses on advancing women’s leadership.
- Krannert Magazine, Spring 2014
Krannert Magazine, Spring 2014
- Krannert 48th in world in Financial Times MBA ranking
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University's Krannert School of Management is 48th overall in the Financial Times 2015 ranking of global MBA programs, up from 56th a year ago.