Clinical Assistant Professor of Management
Professor Lanham is a member of the Quantitative Methods Area faculty in Purdue University's Daniels School of Business. His primary focus is serving as Academic Director for the M.S. in Business Analytics & Information Management (BAIM) program, coordinating and teaching Daniels' Data Mining, Predictive Analytics, Using R for Analytics, and Industry Practicum courses, as well as interfacing these activities with Purdue's Krenicki Center for Business Analytics & Machine Learning serving as its Associate Director of Student Engagements. Please visit MatthewALanham.com for work his students have done with industry partners – you just might be persuaded to connect with him to scope out a project yourself. Also, feel free to read about and connect with the other wonderful faculty here in Daniels whom are also mentoring Experimental Learning opportunities with companies. Boiler up!
Krannert honors two faculty members with KATE Awards
The school recently recognized two winners of the Krannert Alumni Teaching Excellence, or KATE, Awards, which are selected by a committee of four faculty members and five graduating seniors.
- Preparing Students for Post-Pandemic Success
Krannert's Academic Director for the MS BAIM program, Prof. Matthew Lanham speaks with Inside Higher Ed on how universities can help their students become more competitive and enhance their own degree offerings.
- MS BAIM Students Win Best Student Paper Award at MWDSI Conference
For the second year in a row, a team of students from Krannert's MS Business Analytics and Information Management (MS BAIM) program won Best Student Paper at the Midwest Decisions Sciences Institute (MWDSI) conference.
- SAS honors Krannert’s Matthew Lanham with 2019 Distinguished Professor Award
A persistent analytics talent gap creates big opportunities for people who can wield analytics to help organizations make better decisions. Innovative analytics users and students who are rushing to fill that gap — and those who teach them — were honored this week at the SAS Global Forum, including Matthew Lanham of the Purdue University Krannert School of Management.