Kelley Alumni Reunion Weekend
September 27-28, 2013
The true goal of the Reunion Weekend is to have a great time while connecting Kelley alumni. We also want to raise money that supports the targeted groups and initiatives for this year’s Reunion. We have a fundraising goal of $50,000 for the Reunion. Please consider giving in advance of the Reunion to one of the funds listed below. We will announce our fundraising success at the Reunion’s Saturday night dinner.
If you are unable to attend this year, giving to one of the funds is a great way to show your support and participate in the Reunion weekend from wherever you are.
MBA Alumni Initiatives Fund (38B011757)
The Kelley MBA Alumni Initiatives Fund was established by the Class of 2000 with the directive to coordinate on-campus programs and increase networking opportunities between Kelley alumni and current MBA students. This type of interaction between alumni and current MBA students allows for greater career advancement upon graduation and focused recruitment efforts by our Kelley alumni as they look to recruit Kelley students into their firms and industries.
Kelley Alumni Relations Fund (32B011GL5)
The Kelley Alumni Relations Fund supports lifetime engagement programming, in Bloomington and around the world, for Kelley Alumni (like the Alumni Reunion). The Advancement team at Kelley is involved with over 100 events annually to keep Kelley alumni involved and informed while building pride and loyalty for the Kelley brand and reputation. Please consider this fund if alumni events and programming are important to you.
Allyn Curry MBA Fellowship Fund (38B011963)
Allyn Curry MBA Fellowships will be awarded to MBA students who demonstrate financial need and may be renewed each year as long as the student remains in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Because, as part of its mission, Indiana University is committed to diversity, special consideration will be given to underrepresented populations, as defined by the Kelley School, including but not limited to financially challenged students and/or students with diverse cultural experiences.
Patricia W. Mulholland MBA Diversity Award (37B011551)
This fellowship goes to an MBA student in their second year that is recognized as a leader in their class. A leader is described as one who is involved in panel discussions, mentors other students, holds a position within the MBA Association, or is heavily involved in other MBA extracurricular activities. The recipient must be in good academic standing as evidenced by a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Because, as part of its mission, Indiana University is committed to diversity, special consideration will be given to underrepresented populations, as defined by the Kelley School.
Thank you for your continued support.