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The Kelley Advantage

The Kelley School of Business is the No.1 Undergraduate and Graduate Business School for Entrepreneurship in the nation. But don't just take our word for it, read JCEI's national rankings.


The current issue of OnTopic features conversations with faculty about their groundbreaking research in entrepreneurship and innovation.

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Dr. Ks Entrepreneurial Mind

Donald F. Kuratko hosts this video series spotlighting enterprising guests and topics crucial to entrepreneurship today. In this premiere video, Terri Irwin (wife of the “Crocodile Hunter”—the late Steve Irwin) speaks about “entrepreneurship as if the planet mattered” at the Australian book launch of Entrepreneurship: Theory, Process, Practice written by Dr. K.

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Johnson Family Legacy

Dr. Don Kuratko speaks with Rick Johnson about the Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship.  Specifically, the discussion focuses on the Johnson family legacy and how the name became associated with the building.

World-Class Entrepreneurial Education

The Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation offers one of the most comprehensive entrepreneurship curriculums in the world, whether you are a student at the PhD, MBA, or undergraduate level. Headquartered at the Kelley School of Business, our nationally-ranked academic programs provide you with a wide range of real-world entrepreneurial experiences through cross-campus initiatives with other university departments and involvement with the business community. 

Learn from our faculty — the world's largest for entrepreneurship — who perform groundbreaking research appearing in top academic journals, write books adopted in universities around the globe, and from our director, Dr. Donald F. Kuratko, who founded the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers (GCEC), which collaborates with more than 200 university-based entrepreneurship centers.