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2021 Community Bank Case Study Competition

The Community Bank Case Study Competition, facilitated by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS), is a nationwide academic competition for undergraduate students. 

Through this competition, undergraduate student teams will partner with local community banks to conduct original case studies on relevant topics. The 2021 Case Study Competition will address how community banks have responded to major forces that impacted the nation this year: the COVID-19 pandemic and a renewed commitment to diversity and inclusion.

 

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2021 Undergraduate Supply Chain Virtual Case Competition

*REGISTRATION IS CLOSED*

The Supply Chain and Operations Department at the Carlson School of Management is proud to sponsor the Annual National Undergraduate Supply Chain Case Competition. The purpose of the competition is to provide a unique learning opportunity for undergraduate supply chain students while raising awareness of the areas of supply chain and operations as a potential career path.

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PRMIA Risk Management Challenge

The Professional Risk Managers' International Association (PRMIA) is hosting the 7th annual Risk Management Challenge across EMEA, the US, and Canada. The 2021 case competition will be conducted virtually, enabling graduate and undergraduate students from across the globe to go beyond the classroom and gain experience addressing real-world business situations from a risk management perspective as they compete to win a cash award of up to US$10,000.

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2021 CFA Institute Research Challenge

*REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED*

The CFA Institute Research Challenge is an annual global competition that provides university students with hands-on mentoring and intensive training in financial analysis and professional ethics. Each student will be tested on their analytical, valuation, report writing, and presentation skills. They gain real-world experience as they assume the role of a research analyst. 

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Case Competition

2021 National Undergraduate Supply Chain Case Competition

*REGISTRATION IS CLOSED*

The Supply Chain and Operations Department at the Carlson School of Management is proud to sponsor the 8th Annual National Undergraduate Supply Chain Case Competition. The purpose of the competition is to provide a unique learning opportunity for undergraduate supply chain students while raising awareness of the areas of supply chain and operations as a potential career path.

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2021 United for Diversity Case Challenge, sponsor partner United Way

The School of Management Council (SMC) in partnership with United Way, The Brock Wilson Center for Women in Management, The Communication Center at Krannert, and Purdue Libraries and School of Information Studies present

The United for Diversity Case Challenge is focused on diversity and inclusion. We welcome students from all majors with one team member having a Krannert major or minor. WL remote or in-residence students with or with-out case competition experience are welcome and encouraged to participate.

In the competition teams of 3-5 students work together to create solutions/recommendations for the case. In the first round, teams will submit a video, PowerPoint, and other team information. Teams advancing to the final round will present live to Purdue and Greater Lafayette Community Leaders on a Zoom Call. Refer to the rules to review information about the submission and competition. 

 

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Conference Individual Registration ends Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Lilly Discovery Day

This is a full-day leadership development conference for sophomore students interested in exploring a career at Lilly in Finance, Procurement, Marketing, PRA (Pricing, Reimbursement, and Access), Information and Digital Solutions, Manufacturing & Quality, Engineering, MIH (Medicines Innovation Hub), and Human Resources.

Please note:

This event is for sophomore students.

Interested students must register by completing the 2021 Lilly Discovery Day Interest Form online or by texting LDD2021 to 50500 by Wednesday, April 28th, 2021. 

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Case Competition Individual Registration ends Monday, May 10, 2021

2021 ProjectX 3.0 Doing Business in Brazil, a Virtual-July Case Competition Experience

ProjectX 3.0, Doing Business in Brazil

The program is scheduled to begin on July 12 and will end on July 23.
Purdue's School of Management in partnership with the Communication Center and Study Abroad is proud to present the 2021 ProjectX Doing Business in Brazil Case Experience.

Krannert students will be assigned to work with Brazilian students. Students will work together to create solutions for a multinational company. Groups are expected to work independently outside of the program scheduled hours. Course credits are not associated with this program. This is Krannert's first year to offer the program and at this time the program is available to students with Krannert majors, next year we hope to expand the program to include students with Krannert minors, and from other Purdue colleges.

 

 

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Case Competition Registration ends Thursday, September 2, 2021

2021 Fall Larsen Leaders Academy (LLA) First Look at Case Competitions, Event

The Larsen Leaders Academy in partnership with the Communication Center presents "The First Look at Case Competition." This case experience provides students an opportunity to analyze and provide recommendations and create solutions to a real business problem. Students will sign up in teams of 3-4, and this professional development case experience is designed for Larsen Academy Students.

 

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Case Competition Individual Registration ends Friday, September 17, 2021

2022 CFA Institute Research Challenge "Details Coming"

Local CFA® Societies work with universities to assemble teams of three to five undergraduate and/or graduate students. Teams research and analyze a designated publicly-traded company; prepare a written report on that company that supports a buy, sell, or hold recommendation; receive advice and support from a faculty advisor and an industry mentor, and present and defend their findings to a panel of industry experts. Winners from the local competitions advance to subregional competitions, then on to regional competitions in the Americas, Asia, and Europe, culminating in a global final.

Local-level competitions are organized and judged by CFA Institute society members and volunteers who function as local hosts.
The winning university team from each local competition advances to the sub-regional competition.

The sub-regional, regional, and global competitions are hosted by CFA Institute in the Americas; the Asia Pacific; and Europe, Middle East, and Africa regions. The winning teams from each sub-regional competition advance to the regional competition. Regional winners advance to the Global Final, where one team emerges as the global champion.

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Case Competition Registration ends Friday, October 1, 2021

2021 Conexus Indiana Case Competition

Conexus Indiana’s mission is to accelerate, promote, and grow Indiana’s advanced manufacturing and logistics economy by leading innovative collaborations among industry, academic, and public sector partners.  Purdue undergraduate students are invited to apply for the Conexus Indiana 2021 Case Competition and will register in teams of 4.  

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Case Competition Registration ends Friday, October 22, 2021

2021 Kelley-Krannert Case Competition

 

Kelley-Krannert Case Competition

Dates: October 22-23, 2021 

Where: Virtual environment, more details to come! 

Who: Krannert will be selecting four teams with passion to perform their best against IU. Teams must consist of sophomores, juniors, and seniors with 2 members demonstrating success in other competitions 

What: Solve a business case, practice teamwork, complete a project, and work on digital communication skills

Coaching: Coaching sessions will available to help prepare competing teams. 

Applicants will be notified by the Communication Center if they are selected to participate by September 22, 2020.

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