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Krannert Development

Giving to Krannert

WHERE TO GIVE:

 

Dean's Fund: Gifts to the Dean's Fund provide critical resources for existing programs and seed capital for new ideas that are closely aligned with the Krannert Strategic Plan.

Scholarships: Scholarships attract the best students, promote diversity among the student body and enable those who are committed to their studies to remain in school.

Faculty Support: Annual support ensures our faculty remain leaders both in the classroom and in their scholarly research, upholding a standard of excellence that is a Krannert hallmark.

Business Opportunity Program: The Business Opportunity Program (BOP) serves as the bedrock of our student diversity efforts, providing scholarships, academic advising and career networking opportunities to outstanding students. More Information...

Centers & Research: The Dauch Center for the Management of Manufacturing Enterprises (DCMME) and The Global Supply Chain Management Initiative (GSCMI) focus on preparing our students and researchers to meet the needs of globally competitive manufacturing by partnering with industry in problem identification and the sharing of best practice solutions in the areas of operations management and logistics. More information...

Krannert International Initiatives: The School's International Initiatives program offers students experiential learning opportunities in Asia, India and Europe, ensuring our graduates remain competitive in an expanding global economy.

Women in Management: This initiative focuses on empowering women; increasing the number of women students, faculty and staff at Krannert; and advancing women's management careers. More information...

Doster Leadership Conference: Organized and run entirely by undergraduate students, the Doster Leadership Conference is Krannert's premier leadership and professional development event designed to refine students' skills in communication, teamwork, conflict resolution, etiquette; creativity and motivation. More information...

Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV): The EBV offers cutting edge, experiential training in entrepreneurship and small business management to post-9/11 veterans with disabilities resulting from their service to our country. Learn more about EBV.

Securities, Property or Planned Gifts:
Please contact the Office of Development at (765) 494-9057 or dflook@purdue.edu.

Mail Gift:
If you would like to mail your check, you may mail it to:

Office of Development
Krannert School of Management
Purdue University
403 West State Street, Rm 137
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2056

  1. Make check payable to Purdue Foundation.
  2. Be sure to write in the memo section which Krannert fund you wish to allocate your gift.