Continuing Education webinar tackles decision making, behavioral economics
Purdue EMBA Programs Visiting Associate Professor Dr. Thomas Eppel's free online course on making smart decisions is available to view here. Professor Eppel's webinar gives an overview of decision analysis; explores modeling preferences and decision trees; touches upon risk aversion and the psychology of decision making; and more.
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"Decision Making and Behavioral Economics" was offered live on February 15, 2107, and is an installment of our Continuing Education Webinar Series.
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Newsletter highlights alumni success, custom programs, new residency location, more
The January 2017 edition of The Purdue Executive features alumni accomplishments, photos from our residencies, information on a new research publication, the Krannert Journal, and much more.
The newsletter also includes a snapshot of our newest cohort, the EMBA Class of 2018, which boasts accomplished employees of Aloca, Amazon, John Deere, Nestle, Purdue University, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the USDA Forest Service, Whirlpool, and more.
Alumni: Be included in the next newsletter by emailing your news -- career changes, personal milestones -- to The Purdue Executive editor Nicole Brooks at email@example.com.
IMM Class of 2016 graduates earn two MBAs
In December 2016 we celebrated the graduation of our IMM Global EMBA Class of 2016. Members of the cohort, who had studied in seven countries on four continents, braved icy weather to return to Purdue for the university's graduation ceremony and a dinner for the students and their family and friends in the Union.
Students who graduate from the IMM program earn two MBA degrees, one from Purdue and one from a European partner school.
Members of IMM 2016 at Krannert Center before their ceremony at Purdue's Elliott Hall.
We congratulate our newest graduates and welcome them to the Purdue alumni family. Boiler Up!
New Continuing Education installment explores prosperity, sustainability
Purdue EMBA Programs' Continuing Education Webinar Series offers its newest online class, taught by Krannert Associate Professor of Economics Kevin Mumford. "Prosperity, Sustainability, and the Measurement of Wealth" provides tools to evaluate the underlying productive base of an economy and gauge the sustainability of economic trends. Learn how to use national wealth accounting to better analyze and forecast in the overall economic environment.
Watch the archived online class to take away tools to evaluate the underlying productive base of an economy, and gauge the sustainability of economic trends and the implications for their business.
Professor Mumford teaches Economics in Purdue's EMBA program.
Evidence of our commitment to lifelong learning, our Continuing Education Webinar Series provides biannual live webinars, in winter and summer, on a variety of topics.
Back to School provides classes, networking for Krannert alumni
On Friday, May 6, we welcomed Krannert alumni to Krannert Center for Back to School 2016, a full day of classes and networking with fellow alumni and current Executive MBA students.
The annual event promotes lifelong learning by offering graduate-level courses at no cost to our alumni. This year's Back to School featured a career management workshop by guest speaker Ginny Clarke; Dr. Karthik Kannan's class, Digitization and Information Flows: How will the Internet of Things and Big Data Transform our World?; and Dr. Ben Dunford's session on leadership. We capped the day with a tour of Purdue athletic facilities and a reception in Mackey Arena's Spurgeon Club.
Stay tuned to this page for information on Back to School 2017. The alumni event is held the first week of May each year.
Some of the alumni attending Back to School 2016 are seen here in front of Krannert Center during a break in the day's schedule.
Stacey Mueller named to list of best 2015 EMBA students
Purdue EMBA Programs alumna Stacey Mueller is one of Poets & Quants' top 30 most exceptional executive MBA graduates from the Class of 2015.
Graduating with a near perfect GPA, Stacey was top 5% of her graduating cohort. The Montana resident is CFO of Blackfoot Telecommunications Group, which she "pursued and landed as a result of the MBA experience."
Executive Education welcomes newest alumni
We congratulate the EMBA Class of 2015 on their graduation from Purdue. Members of EMBA 2015 traveled to campus May 15 to celebrate with their family and friends at the Union and Elliott Hall of Music.
During the executive education dinner guests heard from student responder Greg Beaver. Beta Gamma Sigma (top 20% of the class) recognitions were awarded to Jeeva Babu, Khurram Chaudhry, LaToya Davis, Jeff Hirsch, Brent Myers, and Stacey Mueller, who was also named Honor Scholar (top 5% of the class).
It has been a rewarding 19 months, and we wish our new alums much success.
Members of the EMBA Class of 2015 pose in their graduation garb at Purdue's Union Club Hotel.
Alumni come Back to School
Executive Education welcomed more than 30 Krannert alumni Back to School on May 8 for a full day of classes and networking in Krannert Center. The group, made up of EMBA, IMM Global EMBA, and Krannert undergraduate degree earners, attended lectures on global competency; the importance of trust in leadership; and the critical issue of industrial knowledge loss associated with the retirement of 10,000 Baby Boomers a day.
The full day of classes, good food and networking was capped by a wine presentation and tasting in Purdue's Enology Library. Alumni also were able to engage with our EMBA Class of 2016, in residency that week.
We thank our alumni for coming back to class. Executive MBA alums: Look for your invitation to Back to School Day 2016 next spring!
Krannert alumni gathered May 8 for a full day of classes during Back to School 2015.
EMBA alum shares wisdom with students as Forum speaker
Krannert welcomed EMBA Class of 1997 alumnus Todd Hyatt back to campus in late March 2015 as a Krannert Executive Forum speaker. The Forum is a management class that features top-level executives and community leaders sharing their experiences with students. It has been a valuable addition to Krannert's management curriculum since 1973.
EMBA 1997 alumnus Todd Hyatt spent two days at Krannert interacting with students as a Krannert Executive Forum speaker.
Exec Ed alum helps launch new on-campus venture
Paul Ryder, EMS 1994, returned to Purdue on February 3, 2015, to announce, along with university President Mitch Daniels, the grand opening of Amazon@Purdue. Read more and find a link to a video of the opening ceremony on News and Events.
PU President Mitch Daniels and Krannert Executive Education alumnus Paul Ryder, right, cut the ribbon at the new Purdue-Amazon collaboration in the Krach Leadership Center.
Congratulations to our newest alums
Members of our IMM Global EMBA Class of 2014 celebrated their new status as Purdue Executive MBA alumni the weekend of December 20-21, with festivities in Krannert Center and the Purdue Memorial Union and a graduation ceremony in Elliott Hall of Music. Our students traveled from around the world with their family and friends to reunite in West Lafayette.
Twenty-one students graduated in the Class of 2014, with 19 able to travel back to West Lafayette for the ceremony.
Executive Education welcomes alumnus Matthew Cohoat, corporate partners, EMBA program alumni
Purdue's Krannert Executive MBA program and the Krannert Professional Development Center hosted a fall 2014 Networking Event on October 23rd at Krannert Center that provided an opportunity for a select group of Purdue Corporate Partners to network with Purdue EMBA students and alumni.
Mike Heard of CNO Financial Group, left, joins guest speaker and Krannert alumnus Matt Cohoat in Krannert Center for an alumni-networking event October 23, 2014.
Matthew Cohoat, EVP and CFO of Becknell Industrial, gave an address in Krannert auditorium prior to the networking evening in Weiler Lounge. Matt Cohoat oversees the capital management and analysis of capital structure of Becknell Industrial. He is also responsible for all accounting, financial reporting, human resources and risk management. A 20-year real estate industry veteran, Mr. Cohoat is widely recognized for his management of key banking and institutional investor relationships. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Purdue University and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Aldas Kriauciunas, executive director of Krannert Executive Education Programs, left, caught up with IMM Global EMBA alumnus Mike Decker of Kiewet Power Constructors.
The networking event featured alumni, current students, Krannert faculty and special guests from CNO Financial Group, Amazon, Braunability, GE and more.
We are very excited by the success of the evening, and look forward to continuing to offer these events as we increase our efforts to provide executive networking opportunities and career services to our students.