master's student Nathan Weaver shares rare quiet time with
students from Lafayette Head Start during the Halloween party.
The costumed trick-or-treaters filled their baskets with goodies
from faculty, staff, and students throughout the Krannert
complex. Weaver and several other master's students took part in
the party as a result of their work with the Management
to . . .
Bandyopadhyay, who received a Fall 2000 Graduate Student
Association (GSA) Travel Award.
grants are made available to Purdue University graduate
students to encourage professional development by
assisting with expenses associated with travel to
traveled to Australia to attend the International
Conference of Information Systems (ICIS) in December.
He is co-author with Prof. Alok Chaturvedi, management
information systems, of "Establishing a Framework
For Analyzing Market Power in Electronic Commerce: An
Empirical Study," which was presented at the
companies attended the September 29 job fair for Krannert master's
students. Companies ranged from high-tech manufacturing
enterprises to banking, consulting, and service industries.
job fair launches the recruiting season," says Cheryl
Hinton, assistant director, placement operations. "It
gives students a chance to network with company representatives
and to find out what career opportunities are available."
more information about the annual Master's Job Fair and the
Career Assessment Conference, held the preceding evening, contact
the Management Placement Office (see inside back cover) or
visit its Web site at www.mgmt.purdue.edu/mpo.
Students Receive Teaching Honors
following instructors received the Economics Policy Committee
Excellence in Teaching Awards:
Paul Healy (ECON 251)
Vivekanand Jayakumar (ECON 252)
Frank Deane (ECON 252)
Nancy Susan Marmon (ECON 210)
Sasha Skiba (ECON 251)
G. Doster Leadership Forum
of Management Council
Graduate Student Association
Students Bring Home Honors
Been There, Done That
Student Inducted into Teaching
Academy/ Doctoral Student Teaching Awards
Growing - School of Management Employers Forum (SMEF)
companies and an estimated 1,300 students attended the School of
Management Employers Forum (SMEF) held September 14 in the Purdue
Memorial Union Ballrooms.
forum provides a valuable service to both the students and the
companies that attend, says forum chair Becky Lange, BSM '00. Students
are able to network, discuss internship and full-time job opportunities,
and learn about company business and culture. Employers have a
large pool of high-quality students from which to draw for interviews,
leading many times to hirings that fill company needs.
a year in the planning, the forum is organized and run by students. "It's
a lot of work, but very rewarding," Lange says. "The
most exciting part is standing in the ballrooms and seeing the
faces of satisfied students who just got that big interview or
found their dream career. It motivates us to keep striving to add
new and diverse companies each year."
more information about recruiting Krannert undergraduate students,
contact Kay Henry, career services coordinator, at (765) 494-1688, firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Operations Club Team Competes
at Carnegie Mellon
A team of Krannert master's students, sponsored by the
Operations Club and Dauch Center for the Management of Manufacturing
(DCMME), placed third in the Carnegie Mellon Operations Case Competition
held in Pittsburgh in October. The University of Pennsylvania's Wharton
School and MIT tied for first place. About a dozen teams drawn from the
top 20 business schools in the nation competed this year, says Ali Jalal,
president of Krannert's Operations Club.
Representing Krannert were Gabriel Bellido, Delia Noblecilla, Jorge
Salazar, and Ravi Haldipur, who filled in for original team member
Case Competition Winners
Tiara Chivers, human resources; Ram Shastri, operations, e-business; and
Eric Hayes, operations, made up the winning team for the General
Electric Case Competition. The competition took place October 19-21 at
GE's world-recognized corporate training facility in Crotonville, New
York. GE, the Krannert Operations Club, the Krannert eBusiness Club, and
the Dauch Center for the Management of Manufacturing Enterprises (DCMME)
worked together to plan the overnight competition. A total of three
teams, all from Krannert, participated in the event.
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