Kelley School team wins inaugural National Black MBA Association’s undergraduate case competition

Four students from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business this weekend returned from Orlando, where they won the inaugural National Black MBA Association’s undergraduate case competition. The winning students were Maya Caine, an information systems and business analytics major; Mica Caine, an information systems and security informatics major; Keiondre Goodwin,a marketing, international business and Chinese […]

Books from Kelley School faculty hit the shelves in time for classes at top Myanmar university

Back in December, we told you about the more than 1,900 books that would soon be on their way to Myanmar (also known as Burma). Last month, 79 boxes and three tons of textbooks arrived on the library shelves of one of the top universities in that Southeast Asian nation. These more than 1,900 academic […]

Advice for 2015 Kelley grads from alumnus who now leads a top division at General Mills

This past weekend, Indiana University Bloomington was abuzz with graduation activities, including the first outdoor commencement in many years. Alumni of several schools also were invited back to campus to speak to graduates at recognition ceremonies. Among them was Anton Vincent, a 1993 MBA graduate of the IU Kelley School of Business, who today is […]

IU’s Kelley School always has had strong ties to top international business academic society

In June, Patricia McDougall-Covin formally will become the second professor at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business to be named a current fellow of the top association of scholars and specialists in international business. McDougall-Covin, director of the Institute for International Business, a professor of strategic management and the William L. Haeberle Professor of Entrepreneurship, […]

IU, Kelley participating in U.S. News’ Twitter chat for those interested in online education

Many Americans are turning to their computers and enrolling in increasing numbers for online degree programs. According to a 2013 report, more than 6.7 million students — or nearly a third of all higher education enrollment nationwide — took at least one course online through a university in the fall of 2011. The same report […]

A summer reading list for prospective business majors (and everyone else)

What is it about the summer months that make reading more conducive? Whenever people pack for the beach or a trip to the great outdoors, they usually will include at least one or two good books. It only seems natural to have a good page-turner for when you’re sitting under the umbrella as the tide […]

Indian higher education leaders visit IU Bloomington to learn about best practices

Fourteen directors, deans and professors from state and private technical institutes across India are spending this week on the Indiana University Bloomington campus. The delegation is being led by Devi Singh, director of the Institute of Management-Lucknow, and supported by the Indian Ministry of Human Resource Development. The focus for the week is leadership and […]

National ranking highlights the “one big family” atmosphere at IU’s Kelley School of Business

This week, the buzz at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business was the latest ranking of its Full-Time Master of Business Administration program by Forbes magazine. In the biennial Forbes ranking released Wednesday, Kelley’s MBA program moved into the Top 20. It ranks 19th overall, third in the Big Ten and sixth among public institutions. […]

Online MBA students leave their computer screens behind to consult in Africa

Many professionals looking for a way to earn a graduate business degree while remaining at their companies have turned to online MBA programs such as Kelley Direct, offered by IU’s Kelley School of Business. The long-term economic and professional benefits of earning an MBA degree are well documented, but students in most online MBA programs […]

IU Kelley School’s Idie Kesner joins a growing number of women leading top business schools

In 1984, the term “glass ceiling” was first used to define how women seemingly with a clear path to promotion seemed to hit a point where they were unable to progress to the upper rungs of the corporate ladder. Of course, gender discrimination had existed for centuries, but the term resonated when discussing the problem […]