Doctoral candidates Randy Minas and Akshay Bhagwatwar research elements of the user's experience in online collaboration.
Two supply chain seniors, Laura Hoover and Brett Rasche, received Kate Hevner Mueller Outstanding Senior Awards from Indiana University at the beginning of this year. Twelve recipients across campus were named “outstanding seniors” based on their leadership skills inside and outside of the classroom.
Direct Admit freshmen students construct sustainable business plans in the new, integrated business course X170 “How Business Works”.
Graduate students in Kelley’s Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) capstone course partnered with Indy Racing Experience, a company that provides two-seater racing experiences for fans.
Alan Dennis, professor of information systems and the John T. Chambers Chair of Internet Systems at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business, has received the Association for Information Systems' prestigious AIS Fellow Award.
The Supply Chain Alliance will provide a setting where supply chain leaders and faculty can exchange leading-edge supply chain management practices. It also will improve visibility of the supply chain industry to attract top students interested in careers in supply chain management to the Kelley School.
Professor Rhonda Lummus, a faculty member with the Department of Operations and Decision Technology at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, taught Katarina Arbanas, who appeared on the cover of the December 2012 Forbes Croatian Edition.
Interning with Limited Brands’ Victoria’s Secret encouraged Kelley School senior Paige Applebaum to pursue a career in corporate retail supply chains.
Assistant Professors Lucy Yan and Jingjing Zhang joined the Operations and Decision Technologies Department at the Kelley School of Business early last fall, enhancing the information systems program at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Nearly 20 companies, all headquartered or with locations in Indiana, have joined the group. Rhonda Lummus, director of the alliance and Kelley clinical professor of supply chain management, describes it as an "institute" that will create learning opportunities for the companies, students and faculty.
Research from Alan Dennis, a professor of information systems at Indiana University Kelley School of Business and Jeff Cummings, a Kelley PhD and now an assistant professor in management information systems at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, has found that although first impressions remain as relevant today as ever, they now depend on very different information compared with previous generations.