INDIANAPOLIS — Bringing bold ideas to life, students in the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis have partnered with local businesses to develop plans to introduce new products and services. This public-private collaboration has contributed to fresh, innovative ideas, and the Kelley School is accepting applications from central Indiana firms to participate in student projects this…… Read more »
Kelley School Indianapolis seeks growing businesses for student consulting
I-Core program in Indianapolis gives companies unique, fresh perspectives
Finishing I-Core: a Kelley School rite of passage
Junior-level students in the I-Core (Integrated Core) course this semester completed their core classes (marketing, finance, supply chain management and team dynamics), and they presented their team projects this week.
Innovative, fast-growing companies in central Indiana get a boost from Kelley School students
The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis is again looking for central Indiana businesses to partner with undergraduate student teams for its I-Core Program.
Kelley School of Business Indianapolis seeks companies looking for new growth opportunities
The IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis is looking for central Indiana companies to partner with undergraduate student teams for its renowned Integrative Core (I-Core) Program.
What’s your preferred color? The revamped I-Core class will help you find yours.
Students aren’t picking their favorite colors; instead they are assigned a color after taking a personality test from the Scotland-based company, Insights.
Week Eight (Halfway There)
I love my group! Aside from being great people, I really appreciate their desire to have things done ahead of schedule, to work in the most efficient manner possible, and to really understand the material we are working through.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to I-Core: Upmost Sacred Secrets of Survival
Everyone pursuing a degree at the Kelley School of Business has one major common fear: I-Core. If you haven’t heard the stories yet I will give you a basic rundown: I-Core for me and the older Kelley students was a block of 3 courses that consisted of Finance, Operations, and Marketing.