The weeklong Kelley Challenge gives local high schoolers a glimpse into college life and the soft skills of interviewing and presenting with an employer.
The IU Kelley School Center for Excellence in Manufacturing hosted the first annual Gregg M. Sherrill Case Competition on Saturday, April 6 at IUPUI.
Mike Hurley, BS’17, likely would have never found his job after graduation if it wasn’t for a case competition.
The student team from the Kelley School at IUPUI came in fifth place out of 21 teams.
Kelley Indianapolis hosted the competition this year between the Kelley School and Purdue’s Krannert School of Management.
Fall break may not have gotten off to a relaxing start for nearly a dozen Kelley School of Business students, but it certainly was profitable for one group.
Paul George may be absent from the Indiana Pacers’ lineup when the season begins, but will that really matter if the tickets are courtside? And free?
Supply chain management majors Aaron Buchanan, Samantha Bredhold, and Tessa Kulhawick, along with accounting and finance major Courtland Jackson, were among 80 students from 20 schools who competed in the fourth-annual supply chain case competition sponsored by General Motors.
The second-annual Celadon 24-hour case study competition will take place on October 17 and 18, with teams from four local colleges and universities competing for a first-place cash prize of $1,000.