Kelley School of Business’s online graduate program, Kelley Direct, was ranked #1 in January 2014 by U.S. News and World Report. Two of the ODT graduate specialty programs, Information Systems and Supply Chain/Operations Management, are ranked in the top 10.
The Association for Information Systems has presented Alan Dennis, the John T. Chambers Chair of Internet Systems and a professor of information systems, with its AIS Award for Outstanding Contribution to IS Education. The award recognizes a professor who has influenced curriculum development and teaching methods, produced valuable research and left a lasting impact on his or her students.
Global Business and Social Enterprise Program (Globase), offered in the full-time MBA program, offers a unique opportunity to learn in the classroom and immediately apply these techniques to entrepreneurial businesses and nonprofit organizations in emerging economies. Faculty in the Department of Operations and Decision Technologies (ODT) teach classes in Globase to lead students in their projects. As students move through the project development phase, faculty open their offices to questions and help fit the right tool to the problems.
Steinbeis University, in Berlin, Germany, offers a Master of Business Engineering (MBE) and Executive MBA program that take two week seminars at partner universities. The Department of Operations and Decision Technologies (ODT) crafts a program for their visit to Bloomington, Indiana.
Wayne Winston, John and Esther Reese Professor of Decision Sciences at the Kelley School of Business, Analytics hotshot, Excel prophet, and all around interesting human being.
Shengqi Ye studied automatic control as an undergraduate and connected the skill set to that of an Operations manager.
Will Petrovic chose the Kelley School of Business because he expected a superior education with many career options.
Lauren Reed, an Operations Management and Marketing Major had no unusual expectations for P355 Lean Six Sigma last spring.
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.