In The Media
Kelley Social Entrepreneurship Program Has European Flair
June 7, 2013 – Twenty European college students are learning how to foster economic development in their countries at the Global Social Entrepreneurship Institute managed by the Kelley School’s Institute for International Business with sponsorship from the U.S. State Department.
Marketplace – American Public Media
Doctors seek MBAs to grapple with health care reform
June 3, 2013 – The Kelley School’s new Business of Medicine MBA aims is drawing doctors who want to make sense of health care reform and learn how to position their practices for the changing health care landscape.
Poets & Quants
The Online MBA Comes of Age
May 29, 2013 – Kelley Direct is featured in this article about the growing popularity of online MBA programs. Phil Powell, faculty chair of the Kelley Direct online MBA program, shares his thoughts on why more people are turning to online MBAs and how those programs might evolve.
Shopping smarter: Psychology of grocery stores
May 22, 2013 – Kelley School of Business marketing professor Ray Burke shares how research at the school’s Customer Interface Lab is reshaping how stores stock and display products.
Top Business Schools Report Healthy Application Volume Increases
May 13, 2013 – The MBA program at the Kelley School of Business more than doubled the percentage increase in applications over other top schools. Kelley School Dean Idie Kesner attributes the increase to Kelley’s No. 1 rankings in student satisfaction, career services and faculty.
Wall Street Journal
Splitting Top Posts Doesn’t Always Work Magic
May 8, 2013 – This article features research by Kelley School professors Ryan Krause and Matthew Semadeni that shows splitting the CEO and chairman roles works if the company is struggling, but could cause harm if the company is performing well.
U.S. News & World Report
Networking Tips for Online MBA Students
April 15, 2013 – Michael Magat of the Kelley Direct online MBA program and faculty chair Philip T. Powell share experiences and tips on developing relationships with classmates, alumni, faculty and career services in an online learning environment.
Risky Business: Indiana U’s ‘Spine Sweat Experience’
April 12, 2013 – Entrepreneurs in the Kelley School of Business take a New Venture Creation course at the end of the senior year that is nicknamed the “Spine Sweat Experience.” If they don’t pass, they don’t graduate. Donald F. Kuratko, director of Kelley’s Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, talks about how the course was born and how it has become one of the most memorable college experiences for many of his students.
From Indiana, an MBA Prescribed for Doctors
April 3, 2012 – Businessweek features the Kelley School’s groundbreaking Business of Medicine MBA for physicians. Vicki Smith-Daniels, faculty chair of graduate business programs in medicine at Kelley’s Indianapolis campus, explains how the program works and why it’s needed.
College Startups: ‘The New Master’s Degree’
March 26, 2013 – This article about a new breed of undergraduate business students who want to create their own careers features two entrepreneurs from the Kelley School: Derek Pacque, who created CoatChex and appeared on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” and Charles Sinn, president and co-founder of Guys and Dollies, a storage business for Indiana college students.
Indiana basketball: Academic All-America Cody Zeller putting up big numbers in classroom
March 20, 2013 – Indiana University basketball star Cody Zeller puts as much effort in the classroom at the Kelley School of Business as he does on the court, maintaining a 3.44 grade point average and staying on track to graduate early.
Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2013
March 20, 2013 – Propelled by the No. 1 ranking among hiring companies, the Kelley School of Business continues its climb, improving three spots to No. 13.
Ask the Expert: Online Learning 2013
March 13, 2013 – Kelley School Interim Dean Idalene Kesner weighs in on the evolution, effectiveness and evaluation of online learning in this web panel Q&A.
Marketplace – American Public Media
A smart fifth-grader could compute the Dow
March 6, 2013 – Kelley School finance professor Scott Smart explains how the Dow Jones Industrial Average is only a rough indicator of the market’s financial health.
Dr. Wayne Winston’s work may do to the NBA what Sabermetrics did to MLB
Feb. 19, 2013 – Kelley School MBA student Bryan Chu, who contributes to a variety of sports-related media outlets, writes about how Professor Wayne Winston of the Department of Operations and Decision Technologies creates sports magic with an Excel spreadsheet for this profile in which IU Men’s Basketball Coach Tom Crean calls Winston “brilliant” and Kelley alumus and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban calls him “the ultimate geek.”
Combining International Business and Social Enterprise at Indiana’s Kelley School of Business
Feb. 19, 2013 – Analilia Silva, director of global strategy and international initiatives for Kelley’s MBA program, talks about the GLOBASE initiative in this article that aims to go beyond the rankings and look at experiences. MBA alumus Ben Cober shares his experience.
Toronto Globe and Mail
The dark side of the ETF revolution
Feb. 1, 2013 – Finance professor Utpal Bhattacharya discusses the negative effects exchange-traded funds have on investor behavior.
Innovative Efforts Help Veterans Find New Careers
Jan. 28, 2013 – Research by Kelley School business law professors Jamie Prenkert and Julie Manning Magid provides a framework in which to define retaliation in whistleblower cases.
Defining Employer Retaliation in Whistleblower Cases
Jan. 16, 2013 – The Middle East North Africa program at the Kelley School of Business, sponsored by Coca-Cola, is highlighted in this article. Christine Davis, associate director of Kelley’s Institute for International Business, explains the innovative program, which is also a collaboration with the U.S. State Department.
Indiana University Responds to Market Demand with Analytics Focus for MBA
Jan. 16, 2013 – Ash Soni, associated dean of academic programs, explains how Kelley’s MBA in Business Analytics evolved from years of research, teaching, and training consultants.
Something for the Weekend
Jan. 12, 2013 – Research by Kelley professor of information systems Alan Dennis and then-PhD student Jeff Cummings shows subtle changes to online profiles can significantly change perceptions.
Innovative Efforts Help Veterans Find New Careers
Dec. 26, 2012 – Kelley School’s online MBA program, Kelley Direct, is actively working to help veterans make a smooth transition into the civilian labor market.
Extended store hours provide last-minute help for shoppers
Dec. 21, 2012 – John Talbott, associate director of the Center for Education and Research in Retailing at Kelley, explains why around-the-clock shopping in the last few days before Christmas might be the next holiday retail trend.
Tech News World
Senate Tosses Cybersecurity Ball to Obama’s Court
Nov. 15, 2012 – Kelley business law and ethics professor and cybersecurity expert Scott Shackleford explains the tricky issue of cybersecurity and how it has turned into a partisan debate about the poper role of government.
The Wall Street Journal
Think Carefully Before Splitting CEO, Chair Posts
Nov. 7, 2012 – Research by Kelley School professor Matthew Semadeni and doctoral student Ryan Krause shows splitting CEO and Chairman positions reverses stock performance for good or bad.
Splitting the CEO and Chairman Roles: It’s Complicated…
Nov. 1, 2012 – Professor Matthew Semadeni and doctoral student Ryan Krause discuss their research on separating the roles of CEO and Chairman.
The Times of India
IIM to launch analytics programme for executives
Oct. 27, 2012 – A partnership between the Kelley School of Business and the Indian Institute of Management-Lucknow is set to embark on a new program offering a one-year certificate in business analytics.
Facebook could be on the way to Nasdaq 100, but so what?
Sept. 22, 2012 – Kelley School professor of accounting Messod Beneish says it’s too early to watch for Facebook stock to be added to a major index.
B-School Highlights: Kelley Compass
Sept. 7, 2012 – The Kelley School launches an innovative undergraduate curriculum called Kelley Compass that combines personal and professional development with an enriched academic program.
Times Higher Education
Learning to do the right thing – and swear to it
Aug. 2, 2012 – Kelley School Dean Dan Smith advocates that business schools teach students more critical thinking so they can understand the indirect consequences of their actions.
The Atlantic Wire
What Would a Cyberwar Really Look Like?
July 27, 2012 – Kelley business law and ethics professor and cybersecurity expert Scott Shackleford warns hackers are engaging in economic warfare by stealing proprietary information, and security systems can’t keep up.
MBA Program Gives Military a Fighting Chance
July 18, 2012 – The Kelley School of Business allows graduating ROTC students to apply to the MBA program before their service. If accepted, Kelley will hold their spots until their tours of duty are over.
The Huffington Post
How to Enhance Cybersecurity and Create American Jobs
July 16, 2012 – Professor Scott Shackleford, Kelley’s cybersecurity and privacy expert, says vulnerabilities of computer hardware manufactured overseas provide an opportunity to promote U.S.-made electronic components.
Treasury & Risk
Home-State Bias Problem for Funds
June 21, 2012 – A study by Kelley professors Veronika Krepely Pool, Noah Stoffman and Scott Yonker shows mutual fund managers add to risk by overweighting stocks from home state.
M-Score Flags Dubious Financial Earnings
June 15, 2012 – Website uses Kelley professor Messod Beneish’s M-score to help shareholders of UK companies keep an eye out for manipulated earnings.
Burn Victim Graduates with an MBA
May 23, 2012 – An arson fire almost cost him his life, but Manoj Rana never gave up through years of recovery. He graduated from the Kelley School of Business Evening MBA program in Indianapolis this spring.
Put Away The Bell Curve: Most of Us Aren’t ‘Average’
May 3, 2012 – Research by Kelley professor Herman Aguinis shows a small minority of superstars contribute a disproportionate amount of the output while the majority are actually below average.
Bloomington’s Med-Tech Industry is a Lifesaver
May 2, 2012 – Jerry Conover, director of Kelley’s Indiana Business Research Center, and George Telthorst, director of Kelley’s Center for the Business of Life Sciences, are quoted in this article on Bloomington as the hub of a life-sciences cluster.
Civil Liberties Group Sees Holes in Civil Defense Bill
April 23, 2012 – Kelley professor Scott Shackelford weighs in on whether the Cyber Intelligence Sharing Protection Act really makes our information safer.
Religion at Work Can Bring Fire and Brimstone
March 16, 2012 – How much religion in the workplace is too much? Attorney and Kelley professor Jamie Prenkert says employees are feeling emboldened to push the limits.
Wall Street in the Grip of Facebook Fever
Jan. 30, 2012 – Kelley finance professor Scott Smart explains what will happen if Facebook files as a dual-class structure in its IPO.
U.S. News and World Report
MBAs Tout the Benefits of Studying Politics
Jan. 16, 2012 – Kelley MBA candidate Brian Hoppe says participating in Washington Campus showed him the importance of knowing how the federal government interacts with business.
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