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2017 Undergraduate Research

Outstanding Students and Prize Winners

Minute Business Challenge

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PowerShift Case Competition

Congratulations to the students who took part!

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Minute Business Challenge

Spring Fest 2017

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Krannert Junior, Austin Coon

spent his sophomore year studying abroad in Australia

The Leadership Communication Studio (LCS) works in conjunction with the 
Krannert Undergraduate Scholarship Office.  Both the LCS and undergraduate scholarship office both encourage students to step out of their comfort zone and participate in signature learning opportunities outside of the classroom.

Ag Econ and Krannert Living Case Competition

Feb. 25-26

Inaugural SUSTAIN Case Competition sponsored by Land O' Lakes, Inc.

Case Competition 101

Interactive workshop for Krannert undergraduates hosted by The Boiler Business Compeititions Club

The 2016 CIBER Case Challenge

a success at the University of Connecticut!

Joshua Groh, Xin Wei, Leeane Chen, & Qi Meng successfully participated in the annual case challenge.  Working with teams from all over the world, Wei and Groh and their teams placed 1st and 3rd.

STAMINA4 Case Competitions

Congratulations to the winning teams!

Dozens of teams competed to develop innovative solutions for Water for Good and IN-Support.

Krannert Junior Abby Adair

in Africa reflecting how she helped diminish world hunger

Sophomores can apply for the Land O' Lakes Global Food Security Challenge. Participation includes a global impact, research, international travel, a paid internship, and more.

Wisdom from Failure Essay Competition

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Fisher College of Business Big 10 Plus Case Competition

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Accolades for Krannert Sophomore John Kissel and Team Members

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Case Interview Workshop Jumpstarts the Semester

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Leadership Communication Studio

The Leadership Communication Studio Celebrates Remarkable Students!

The Leadership Communication Studio (LCS) is excited to create and provide external and challenges competition opportunities to showcase students' talents.

2017 Conexus Indiana Case Competition

Conexus Winners

These students took first place at the 2nd Conexus Indiana Case Competition in Indianapolis.

The following team of students demonstrated robust teamwork and leadership.

First Place Team
$5000

Lawson Drury
Supply Chain Management, Information & Analytics

Shane Flanagan
Supply Chain Operations and Analytics

Joshua Groh
Finance and Management (concentration in International Business, minor in Spanish)

Parker Campbell
Industrial Management (concentrations in Operations & Supply Chain Management and Analytical Consulting)

Students who Participate in Case Challenges

  • Advanced Management Communication Courses
  • Motivation speeches, topics of student's choice, and a proposal

MGMT 69000 011 CRN: 54357 Jan 08, 2018 - Feb 25, 2018 (3rd Mod) at 2:50-4:20 on MW

MGMT 69000 013 CRN: 20019 Mar 19, 2018 - Apr 29, 2018 (4th Mod) at 4:30-6:00 on M/W and F (2 classes only on F)

Questions? Email Dr. Teresa Sekine

2017 Kelley-Krannert Case Competition

Kelley-Krannert winners

Congratulations to Krannert Sophomores for taking first place at the 2017 Kelley-Krannert Case Competition.

IU placed 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, respectively. All of the undergraduate participants showcased critical thinking and business communication skills.

Special thanks to the LCS Community team including alumni, students, faculty, staff, supporters, and judges.

LCS #BUILD STAMINA 

1st Place Team, Krannert Sophomores
Katelyn Arrowsmith
Tiffany Zheng
Eesha Patel
Meagan Cooper

Judges:

Tony Denhart
GE

Jon Ferency
Roche Diabetes Care

Dustin Hamacher
USCG (Ret)
Oerlikon Fairfield

Bob Lazard
Crowe Horwath

Beverly (Bev) Mentzer
ExxonMobil (Ret)
Purdue

Susan Rowe
Rowe Media

Award Sponsor:
Crowe Horwath

  • Winner of the 2017 Inaugural Wisdom from Failure Competition

    Mateo Menchaca

    wisdom from failure

    A goal of the Wisdom from Failure Competition was to encourage students to “bounce back” after a failure. The program was organized so that the participants could learn from peers.
      
    Krannert hosted this competition as last year Dean David Hummels was engaged in conversation with business leaders regarding key skills that they felt business schools should be cultivating in their students. 
      
    According to Hummels, “several business leaders said they wanted students who could “fail better” – too many students lack resilience to learn and rebound after following short.” 
      
    To remedy this, Krannert hosted our inaugural “Wisdom from Failure competition.”  Students wrote short essays reflecting on a personal failure, what they learned, and how they will move forward. 
      
    The finalists presented their reflections in front of an audience and judges. 
      
    Senior Jessica Miller directed this competition. 

    First Place
    $500 and a letter of recommendation from Dean David Hummels 

    Mateo Menchaca 
    Supply Chain Information and Analytics 
      
    Second Place 
    $300 

    Shivain Sacheti 
    Supply Chain Management

    Third Place
    $200
    People’s Choice 

    Daniel Yang
    Economics and Computer Science 

Special thanks to the Leadership Communication Studio broad community for the support to push these talented students forward.

To learn more about the students active in the LCS community, puruse LCS stories.